As of Summer 2017, the School of Mathematics at Georgia Tech offers a single undergraduate Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics MTH. Students pursuing the BS in Mathematics may add one of four optional concentrations in Applied Mathematics, Discrete Mathematics, Probability & Statistics, and Pure Mathematics. A BS in Mathematics from Georgia Tech is excellent preparation not only for graduate school and a career in academia / education, but also for jobs in many different quantitative fields such as actuarial science, biostatistics, and cryptography.
Students have the option of completing the BS in Mathematics or choosing one of the areas of concentration.
- Applied Mathematics
- Discrete Mathematics
- Probability and Statistics
- Pure Mathematics
If you are currently a Discrete Mathematics Major, you have the option to keep your current degree, with its present requirements, or to switch to the new Mathematics degree. If you were an Applied Mathematics Major MATH, you are now a Mathematics Major MTH.The requirements are very
similar. If you have any questions about the new degree and/or concentrations, please do not hesitate to contact either Dr. Guillermo Goldsztein or Dr. Enid Steinbart.
The BS in Applied Mathematics will not be awarded after Spring 2017. Student who were Applied Mathematics Majors MATH are now Mathematics Majors MTH. MTH students completing the concentration in Applied Mathematics will receive BS in Mathematics with Applied Mathematics Concentration. Freshmen and Transfer students who enter Tech in Summer 2017, Fall 2017, or later will be in the BS in Mathematics degree Program. If you have any questions about the new degree and/or concentrations, please do not hesitate to contact either Dr. Guillermo Goldsztein or Dr. Enid Steinbart.
Students may not list more than one concentration on their transcript. Concentration requirements may also be used to satisfy the requirements for the B.S. in Mathematics. The Business Option and the Research Option are offered with the B.S. in Mathematics.