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Double Dawgs Programs

The Double Dawgs program is a joint degree program that is expected to take 5 years. It has stricter requirements than the usual math major, moving students directly into graduate level course work during their 3rd and 4th years of study, and adding (usually) a 5th year of graduate level coursework. The Double Dawgs programs available to undergraduate mathematics majors fall into three categories: programs for students who are pursuing graduate coursework in mathematics, those for students planning to teach high school, and those for students who intend to work in industry. The programs are listed below, organized by intended career path.

For math students who want to continue in mathematics graduate coursework:

Mathematics BS/Mathematics MA


For math students who want to teach high school math: 

Mathematics BS (Applied Mathematics)/Mathematics Education MAT (non-thesis)

Mathematics BS (General Mathematics)/Mathematics Education MAT(non-thesis)

Mathematics BS (Financial Mathematics)/Mathematics Education MAT

For math students who plan to work in industry:

 Mathematics BS (Applied Mathematics)/Financial Planning, Housing and Consumer Economics MS (Applied Consumer Analytics)(non-thesis)

Mathematics BS (Applied Mathematics)/Statistics MS

Mathematics BS (Applied Mathematics)/Statistics MS (non-thesis)

Mathematics BS (Applied Mathematics)/Applied Mathematical Science MAMS(non-thesis)

Mathematics BS (Applied Mathematics)/Business Analytics MS(non-thesis)





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