The Department of Mathematics and Statistics offers the following majors:

- Mathematics: Liberal Arts Mathematics: This major is a Mathematics major with a Specialization in Mathematics. Graduates earn a B.A. in Mathematics with a Mathematics Specialization.
- Mathematics: Applied Mathematics: This major is a Mathematics major with a Specialization in Applied Mathematics. Graduates earn a B.A. in Mathematics with an Applied Mathematics Specialization.
- Mathematics: Statistics: This major is a Mathematics major with a Specialization in Statistics. Graduates earn a B.A. in Mathematics with a Statistics Specialization.
- Mathematics: Secondary Education: Graduates earn a B.A. in Mathematics Secondary Education.
- Mathematics: Teaching – Early Childhood, Elementary Education, Deaf & Hard of Hearing, Special Education, and Urban Education: Graduates of the bachelor’s program in these areas earn a B.S. in the corresponding area (i.e. a B.S. in Early Childhood Education). Mathematics Teaching is a secondary major, but as these are dual majors (which is different than a double major), graduates do not earn a bachelor’s degree in mathematics.
- Seven Year Medical/Mathematics: Students earn a B.A. in Mathematics and a M.D. at the completion of the seven-year program.