The UTSA Department of Mathematics offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics, with two concentrations: (1) Mathematics and (2) General Mathematical Studies. The Mathematics concentration prepares students for graduate school in mathematics and for employment in industry, while the General Mathematical Studies concentration prepares students for becoming mathematics teachers and pursuing a graduate degree, typically in mathematics education.
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Visit the Minor in Mathematics page to get a list of required courses.
The UTSA Department of Mathematics offers new students the chance to take Math Camp Programs during the Summer. These programs help students be prepared for college-level mathematics and science courses, and placement tests.
The Jump Start Camp is designed for students who plan to re-take the Math Placement Test. Students will refresh their knowledge of Algebra and Pre-Calculus topics. Many students that participate in this program are able to place into Calculus I.
Here we showcase previous alumni from the UTSA Department of Mathematics and the great things they went on to do after finishing their degrees!
Pure mathematics is, in its way, the poetry of logical ideas.by Albert Einstein
Dr. Jahanian is currently the Vice President of Research at Carnegie Mellon University! He received his Bachelors degree in Mathematics, Computer Science, and System Design from UTSA in 1982 and went on to do his PhD at the University of Texas at Austin in 1989.
Dr. Dyas is currently a Distinguished Senior Lecturer here at the UTSA Department of Mathematics! She was the first from UTSA to receive her Masters in Mathematics with a concentration in Mathematics Education in 1987 and went on to receive her PhD at the University of Texas at Austin.
Dr. Sellers has been approved as the next secretary for the Mathematical Association of America! He received his Bachelors degree in Mathematics from UTSA in 1987 and went on to receive his PhD at Pennsylvania State University in 1992. For more information about his appointment and his mathematical interests, please visit the MAA article.