The General Mathematics concentration is a liberal arts program providing both a strong mathematics core and many free electives. This concentration is well suited for students who want to combine mathematics with other areas, e.g. business, law, computer science, or statistics. It is also good for students who want to prepare for graduate study in mathematics. Requirements for this concentration are listed on the General Mathematics Checksheet. The major completion map provides a sample 4-year plan for graduation.

Sample career paths: The career options for General Math majors are vast and varied. A few examples include working with the National Security Agency, the military, in education, computing or engineering firms. The general concentration also prepares students for graduate work in mathematics or related fields. Mathematics is a great option for pre-law and pre-med students. Resources on jobs for mathematics majors can be found at:

Mathematical Association of America: http://mathcareers.maa.org/

American Mathematical Society: http://www.ams.org/profession/

Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics: http://www.siam.org/careers/thinking.php