What can you do with a mathematics degree? Plenty! Although teaching, whether at the secondary or collegiate level, is often the first opportunity most people think of, it is not the only option. The application of mathematics is indispensable in such diverse fields as medicine, computer science, space exploration, business, defense and government. If you choose to pursue studies in statistics, lucrative careers in actuarial studies and research statistics become available. At William Woods, the class sizes are small and individual attention can be given to the areas of mathematics in which you are interested.
Bachelor of Arts
The Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics comprises 37 credits. Majors associated with the bachelor of arts are most appropriate to students seeking a liberal-learning,pre-professional or graduate school orientation.