In the applied mathematics and statistics undergraduate bachelor's degree program, you can develop your mathematical skills and apply them to challenging problems in core areas such as engineering, science or business.
As early as in your first year in the applied mathematics and statistics major, you are encouraged to participate in research projects with our faculty.
Our courses are taught exclusively by faculty with small class sizes, giving you the attention you deserve. The program flexibility allows you to pursue a second major or minor of your interest while completing your degree. Clarkson also offers undergraduates the ability to take graduate classes, a unique opportunity that puts you at the forefront of your chosen field.
The Department of Mathematics will host undergraduate online courses for Summer 2020, including: MA132 - Calculus II; MA181 - Basic Calculus; MA231 - Calculus III; MA232 - Elementary Differential Equations; MA30 - Intro to Math; MA31 - Pre-Calculus Mathematics; MA339 - Applied Linear Algebra; STAT282 - General Statistics; and STAT383 - Probability and Statistics.
Clarkson undergraduate students and eligible undergraduate students from other higher education institutions can now access Clarkson’s COVID-19 Scholarship for 2020 undergraduate summer courses offered online at the University. The scholarship ensures each undergraduate student pays no more than $1,600 per course (valued at $3,200). Learn more about all Clarkson summer courses and the Clarkson COVID-19 scholarship.