Undergraduate Mathematics Overview
The study of mathematics forms the foundation for numerous scientific disciplines and applications, plus endeavors in domestic and international commerce. Mathematics study also imparts skill in logical thought and discourse.
Our School of Mathematics, housed in the College of Science and Engineering, offers courses from those exploring the "breadth of mathematics, its nature/applications... and the power of abstract reasoning" (MATH 1001) through algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and calculus (undergraduate level) to graduate studies in specific mathematical disciplines and research in them. The Undergraduate Office of the School of Mathematics administers these courses, offers advising for students majoring or minoring in mathematics as well as engagement opportunities, recognition of achievement and scholarship plus work experience with mathematics courses.
Explore these mathematics resources for undergraduate students at the University of Minnesota!
- Courses, Registration, Transfer Equivalences
- Final Exams
- Advising for the Math Major or Minor
- Math Major (B.A. or B.S.) and Specialization Options
- Major/Minor Declaration Process
- Honors Mathematics
- Undergraduate Competitions
- Undergraduate Internships
- Undergraduate Research
- Undergraduate Scholarships
- Undergraduate Employment