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Practical Math Skills

Are you a math person? If solving problems and researching mathematical issues is something you enjoy, you would be right at home in the Mathematics major or minor at UW-Green Bay. Students are able to choose from either a mathematics emphasis or a statistics emphasis, to prepare for careers in a variety of fields including education and business. You will leave the program with skills like interpreting technical data, calculating and computing numerical data and analyzing information.


Major Requirements

There are two emphases for the major: Mathematics and Statistics.

Mathematics Emphasis Requirements

Statistics Emphasis Requirements

Minor Requirements

There are four minors within our Mathematics program: Actuarial Science, Applied Mathematics emphasis, Mathematics emphasis and Statistics emphasis.

Math Club

This student organization aims to provide a beneficial social outlet for students who are interested in mathematics and "nerdery" in general.

Math Tutor

Free tutoring support for a wide range of mathematics and introductory statistics courses is available at The Learning Center.

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Become a Leader

Those who wish to earn licensure to teach elementary or high school should consult with advisers in mathematics and education early in their college years to make sure they meet all certification requirements.

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Specialize in Math

Mathematics graduates use their skills in fields such as engineering and physics. Mathematical techniques are required in social, industrial and management realms as well.

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Become a Phoenix


UW-Green Bay has excellent teachers, internships, research opportunities, and a great record of placing students into jobs and graduate programs. Learn More

Advice to Mathematics Majors

Meet Gregory Davis

“Ninety-five percent of what you need to know is in your algebra and trigonometry books. You should learn this material inside and out. Continue to practice and do more exercises than necessary. And treat every class as new material...the math curriculum builds upon itself.”

-Gregory Davis, Professor in Mathematics

Meet and contact all our Mathematics professors.