With a concentration in statistics, you’ll combine at least 24 credit hours of math courses and nine hours in another field such as biology, chemistry, economics and more.
With a computer science concentration, you’ll pair 18 credit hours of math courses with up to 15 hours in computer science.
Roosevelt holds an annual conference called the Math x-Position where you can present your work, hear a career panel, and learn more about interesting topics. Our students also travel to conferences and competitions all over the country.
Students in our Industrial Modeling course work on mini-internship teams to solve a data science problem for partners like the Field Museum.
From biology to bassoon, psychology to pharmacy, reading to real estate, Roosevelt has a program for you. Explore our comprehensive academic choices, outstanding faculty and nearly limitless degree program options.