Interdisciplinary Mathematics, BS
Employers want people with the skills of math majors: problem solving, reasoning, data analysis, communication, teamwork, etc. The interdisciplinary mathematics major is designed to prepare students with these skills for careers in various fields including science, business, government, or ministry. This degree requires a minor in another field such as physics, chemistry, computer science, finance, or economics, and requires a practicum in the same area.

Mathematics Education, BS
Secondary mathematics teachers are in high demand, and studying mathematics education prepares students to teach at either the middle school or high school level. Students must complete a semester of student teaching.

Mathematics, BABS
Go deeper into mathematics, developing your understanding of calculus, statistics, and mathematical applications. The Bachelor of Arts option prepares students for graduate study in mathematics and other fields. Taylor graduates have attended graduate school for mathematics, computer science, and physics, as well as law school, medical school, and seminary. This option requires a foreign language. The Bachelor of Science option pairs mathematics requirements with Taylor's systems curriculum and requires a practicum. This degree can lead to careers in actuarial science and statistics, among others.


Minor in mathematics to develop your understanding of complex mathematical concepts and strengthen your analytic and problem solving skills.