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Degree Programs

Plunge into a major or minor that captivates your interest.

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Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degrees requires more science and mathematics credits and is for careers in the sciences or for graduate/professional school.

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degrees requires more humanities and social science credits and is for careers in teaching, public policy, technical sales, law and communications.

* Majors specific to K-12 educators.

Mathematics Majors

Major Department or Program
Actuarial Science - B.S. Actuarial Science
Computational Mathematics - B.A. Mathematics
Computational Mathematics - B.S. Mathematics
Data Science Computer Mathematics Science and Engineering
Mathematics - B.A. Mathematics
Mathematics - B.S. Mathematics
Mathematics, Advanced - B.A. Mathematics
Mathematics, Advanced - B.S. Mathematics
Quantitative Risk Analytics Statistics and Probability
Statistics - B.A. Statistics and Probability
Statistics - B.S. Statistics and Probability


We've developed a very unique program for academically talented undergraduates. Students enrolled in a B.S. program have the opportunity to consider enrolling in graduate courses and conducting research toward a M.S. degree after completing the first two years of their bachelor’s degree. The M.S. degree must be in a Natural Science major. For more information, contact Estrella Starn.


Federal regulations require MSU to publicly disclose, for each educational program designed to meet the educational requirements for a specific professional license or certification required for employment in an occupation (or advertised as meeting those requirements), information about whether program completion would meet those requirements in a state. These public disclosure requirements apply to all programs, regardless of their modality (i.e., on-ground, online, and hybrid programs).  MSU discloses the required information related to the educational requirements for professional licensure and certification in the table at this link.

All current and prospective students are encouraged to contact the applicable professional licensure/certification boards in their respective states for additional information regarding professional licensure/certification requirements, including, without limitation, information regarding any non-educational requirements (such as work experience, background clearance, or examination by outside entities, such as bar examinations).

The information in the table should not be construed as guaranteeing that any particular professional licensure/certification authority will approve a student’s application; nor should the information in the table be read to imply that other requirements for professional licensure/certification do not exist or that other requirements for professional licensure/certification have been determined to have been met by MSU’s program/course, or that any necessary approvals for clinical or other experiential learning placements are secured by virtue of a student’s enrollment at MSU.

State professional licensure/certification requirements are subject to change at any time.