Bachelor of Science in Mathematics

School of Arts and Sciences

A bachelor’s degree in mathematics prepares students to successfully pursue occupations such as secondary school mathematics teaching, industrial positions, and governmental roles requiring bachelor’s level proficiency in mathematical sciences.

Why Mathematics at Coastal Georgia?

While the study of mathematics already provides an intellectual challenge and satisfaction to some, it is important to have a clear picture of the career opportunities and nature of the work you will perform as a mathematician.

An undergraduate degree in mathematics at Coastal Georgia will prepare students for a variety of careers by developing analytical and critical thinking skills which are highly desirable in the job market. Career areas include:
  • Secondary Education
  • Actuarial Positions
  • Finance
  • Mathematical Modeling
  • Cryptography
  • Statistics
  • Computer Science
  • Operations Research
  • Biotechnology

Admission Requirements

All students must first be accepted to CCGA and meet program prerequisites
Secondary Education in Mathematics Track:
  • Students entering the Secondary Education track must also meet the entry requirements of the Bachelor of Science in Education Program.
Mathematics Track with options in pure and applied mathematics:
  • A grade of “C” or better in all Area F courses with a 2.5 GPA in Area F courses.
  • An overall GPA of 2.0
  • Successful completion of the Regents’ exams

Freshman Requirements

Traditional students that wish to declare one of the bachelor’s programs must submit SAT or ACT scores and achieve a Freshman Index (GPA x test scores) of 1830 to be admitted, otherwise they will be placed in the appropriate associate’s level program. In addition to meeting the Index score they must also have the following minimum test scores: SAT = 350 on Math and Verbal, ACT = 14 composite and in each section.

Transfer Requirements

Transfer students must be accepted to CCGA and meet the requirements for admission to a baccalaureate program. A minimum of 30 hours of upper division level credit (3000-4000) courses must be obtained in residence at Coastal Georgia.

For more information

Joan Rozmarynoski

Dr. Keith Belcher
Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences