A Bachelor of Arts in mathematics, a Bachelor of Science in mathematics, a Bachelor of Science in applied mathematics, a Bachelor of Science in mathematics and physics, a Bachelor of Arts in statistics, and a Bachelor of Science in statistics are available to students at Case Western Reserve University. All undergraduate degrees in the department are based on a four-course sequence in calculus and differential equations and have a computational component. The mathematics degrees all require a further mathematics core in analysis and algebra. The statistics degrees all require a further statistics core. Each of these cores consists of four courses. There are additional technical requirements particular to each degree.

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