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Mathematics Degrees

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Increase Your Career Opportunities with a Degree in Mathematics

Develop strong critical thinking, quantitative analysis, and problem-solving skills in high demand by employers today. With a Mathematics degree from UMass Lowell, you may pursue an abundance of different career paths, including accounting, data analytics, data science, engineering, finance, informatics, research, and teaching. Our bachelor’s, master’s, and graduate certificate programs in mathematics, applied statistics, and mathematics for teachers’ programs are renowned for being delivered by exceptional instructors.

At UMass Lowell, our tuition is approximately half the cost of U.S. private colleges, and we allow you to transfer in up to 90-credits toward a bachelor’s, enabling you to complete your degree in as little as 12-36 months.

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Why Should You Pursue a Mathematics Degree at UMass Lowell?

Number 1

Affordable Tuition

With tuition approximately half the cost of private U.S. colleges, students recognize our programs deliver a fantastic return on investment. In addition, we provide substantial scholarships, grants, and other financial aid opportunities
Number 2

Real Faculty. Real Campus. Real Research.

Whether you study online or on-campus, you’ll learn from world-class faculty known for their instructional expertise and commitment to the success of their students.
Number 3

Build Applicable Skills in Multiple Industries

Science, technology, education, research, finance – virtually every industry employs professionals who have degrees in mathematics today. The demand for math graduates gives you broad career options, as well as the added appeal of earning your degree from UMass Lowell, among the top-ranked universities in the U.S.
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Global Network of UMass Alumni

As a graduate, you will have access to the global UMass Alumni network, including tens of thousands of alumni working in science, technology, engineering, and math fields.