Mathematics Undergraduate Program

Become a master problem solver

As a math major at Missouri State University, you can spend time exploring our varied courses – from actuarial science to statistics or abstract algebra. Our graduates have gone on to careers in computer analysis, actuary, statistics, education and law.

Track options

Actuarial Mathematics

This is the science of evaluating the likelihood of future events and managing risk. People trained in this field often work for insurance companies.

Applied Mathematics

This branch applies mathematical theory and methods to physics, biology, medicine, computer sciences, life sciences and more. It includes modeling, which transforms real-world problems into mathematical problems.

General Mathematics

With this focus, you can study various aspects of mathematics, and choose from the University’s broad range of courses.


Statistics deals with the collection, organization and interpretation of data.

Careers and Outcomes

Consider the options for lifetime success. A degree in mathematics can lead to careers in business, science, law and more.