Undergraduate Math Programs at UTSA

The UTSA Department of Mathematics offers the following options for undergraduate degrees.
  1. Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics, with three possible concentrations:
    1. Mathematics: (prepares students for graduate school in mathematics and for employment in industry)
    2. Mathematics for Teaching: (prepares students to teach at the secondary or middle grades level as a certified mathematics teacher. This program integrates a specialized set of mathematics courses with courses from the B.S. in Mathematics, as well as the UTeachSA program, so that students can gain solid foundations in the mathematics and education fields to obtain the 7-12 Mathematics Teaching Certification.
    3. Mathematics of Data and Computing: The distinctive characteristic of this major is that it combines significant coursework in Computer Science and Mathematics. The Computer Science coursework focuses on data-centric courses such as Data Structures, Analysis of Algorithms, and Database Systems. The Mathematics coursework emphasizes courses that provide the mathematical foundations of computation and data analysis.
  2. Minor in Mathematics.

Please view the flowcharts of each major below: