Mathematics, B.S.

Prepare to recognize and solve complex mathematical problems, then effectively communicate your findings in Vermont State University’s Mathematics program. Our bachelor’s degree in Mathematics will teach you the fundamental skills for a vibrant career in business, science, technology, and other fields. You can broaden your educational experience and pursue secondary education licensure, which will prepare you to teach math in public and private high schools.

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Why Study Mathematics at Vermont State?

  • Expanding Opportunity: Careers in math are expected to grow 33% through 2030, and the average salary for math professionals is more than $96,000, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.  
  • Flexibility: You can pursue secondary education licensure alongside your mathematics degree.  
  • Small Classes: You’ll work closely with expert faculty who care about your success.  
  • Broad Preparation: We’ll prepare you for career success as well as future studies at the master’s or doctoral level. 

Concentrations in Mathematics

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Sample Courses

  • Calculus
  • Mathematical Reasoning
  • Statistics
  • Linear Algebra
  • Differential Equations

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  • Castleton Campus


  • Castleton Campus


  • Johnson Campus


  • Castleton Campus

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Department Chair/Licensure Officer

  • Lyndon Campus


  • Johnson Campus

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