The following degrees are available to undergraduate students at Case Western Reserve University:
- Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics
- Bachelor of Science in Mathematics
- Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics
- Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Physics
- Bachelor of Arts in Statistics
- Bachelor of Science in Statistics
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, while the statistics degrees all require a further statistics core. Each of
these cores consists of four courses, and there are additional technical requirements particular to each degree.
Additionally, the department has integrated Bachelors/Masters programs in Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, and Statistics. These programs offer accelerated
Masters degrees for highly motivated candidates already pursuing a degree within the Mathematics and Statistics department.
Furthermore, the department offers minors in mathematics and statistics to all undergraduate students.