The University of Arizona

Undergraduate Programs in the Mathematical Sciences

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These pages describe the undergraduate degree programs in the Mathematical Sciences available for a student at the University of Arizona, including information about facilities, activities, jobs, advisors, and department services. The information here is of interest primarily to current and potential math or stats majors and math or stats minors.

For more information about current course offerings and special registration (individual studies or 500-level enrollment for qualified undergraduates), see the Current Courses section of our website.

For prerequisites, placement, and MATH transfer information, see the Math Placement portion of the department website.

To declare or learn more about a major in Mathematics or Statistics & Data Science, first complete our online info session


Select portions of these Undergraduate Program webpages are incorporated into a printable handbook:


Congratulations to Jason Aubrey,
selected as a Galileo Circle Copernicus Award recipient for 2019.

Dr. Jason Aubrey

The Galileo Circle Copernicus Award is one of the highest honors the College of Science can bestow on its non-tenure eligible faculty, appointed personnel or classified staff. These awards, established through the generosity of Galileo Circle members, recognize individuals whose extraordinary accomplishments significantly advance the mission of a department and the knowledge base of a discipline. Each Copernicus Awardee receives $5,000 and a lifetime membership in the Galileo Circle.