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Program Overview Mathematical Sciences (BS)

A major in the Mathematical Sciences is intended for students who wish to build a strong foundation for careers in mathematics. These include teaching, computer-­related areas, engineering, and actuarial sciences, among others. The B.S. in Mathematical Sciences also prepares students who wish to pursue further study in the mathematical sciences at the graduate level for math-­related jobs that exist in college teaching, research, industry, insurance companies, and government agencies such as the U.S. Census Bureau, Department of Energy, Department of Defense, etc.

Those who opt for a B.S. in Mathematical Sciences will study the fascinating branches of this major including algebra, probability, statistics, numerical analysis, and discrete mathematics to name a few. Ask one of our helpful advisors how you can incorporate a second specialization of Cybersecurity, Digital Media, or Data Analytics into your degree. These two fields are included with the STEM occupations projected to see a 12 percent growth through 2029.

Course Descriptions Program Requirements

Is it your goal to step into a math-related career in education, finance, or research? We can help you build a strong foundation as a mathematician.

Program Highlights

  • Strategy

    First-Rate Instruction and Academic Advisement

    At Barry, we take pride in the professional development of our mathematical sciences students. Potential students have the option to pursue specialization in Data Analytics within our Mathematical Sciences Department, learn from our qualified instructors who are committed to mentoring students and providing guidance through a rigorous curriculum which includes studies in the main areas of algebra, analysis, probability, statistics, and numerical analysis (required co-requisites are physics and computer science).

  • Instructor

    We See You

    The average university student-faculty ratio is 18:1. But Barry offers smaller class sizes, with a 12:1 student-faculty ratio. Compact learning environments are proven to enhance the academic experience of students as they provide opportunities for meaningful scholarly discourse, comradery among peers, and a sense of personalized instruction. To sharpen and master their newly acquired skills, students can also take advantage of private tutoring sessions from the trained coaches in our Mathematics Lab. While students at other universities pack into large auditoriums to receive course lectures, you won’t be lost in the crowd!

  • Finance

    A Growing Industry

    With a BS in Mathematical Sciences, you will follow a tradition of Barry alumna who go on to graduate studies at prestigious universities including Carnegie-Mellon, NYU, Stanford, John Hopkins, and Northwestern University. Graduates also enjoy exciting career prospects in the financial, government, and private sectors. Nearly 90% of the alumna who participated in our post-graduate survey report that they are either working in their desired field or are attending graduate school.

  • Grad

    Prepare for Success

    Barry University promotes and supports intellectual life and life-long learning and development. We are a global, inclusive community characterized by interdependence, dignity and equality, and compassion and respect for self and others. Barry expects all members of the community to accept the social responsibility to foster peace and nonviolence, to strive for equity and democracy, and to recognize the sacredness of Earth. Barry University is committed to serving local and global communities through collaborative and productive partnerships.

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Admissions Overview Getting Started

In the time it takes to watch a movie, you can apply to attend Barry University. From application to graduation, we support you every step of the way. Apply anytime, anywhere. We accept submissions on a rolling basis, but the sooner you apply, the better. Some majors require extra information for acceptance into specific programs. See what you need to apply, since general admission doesn't guarantee acceptance into all majors.

As part of Barry's diverse, close-knit community of 3,000 undergraduates, you’ll grow and build lifelong relationships. With a 15:1 student to faculty ratio, you'll thrive thanks to individualized instruction and professors who are experts in their fields. The best part? You’ll leave college with the skills you need to succeed and little debt; we work to make school affordable through merit-based scholarships and financial aid.

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Start your application today. In just a few years, you'll graduate with a degree from a highly-respected, affordable university.

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Admissions Overview Are you a Transfer or an International Student?

You can apply to Barry whenever it’s convenient for you. We accept applications on a rolling basis, but it’s always better to apply sooner than later. You’re considered a transfer applicant when you have at least 12 college level credits from a regionally accredited college or university.

Remember, you may have to apply separately to specific programs, so please review the academic requirements for your intended major.

If you are an international student, applying as early as possible is in your best interest in order to allow ample time for immigration processing.

Please note that general admission to Barry University does not guarantee acceptance into all academic majors. Also, please be aware that admission to Barry University does not guarantee that you will be granted a student visa by the United States Embassy or Consulate in your country of origin.

Financial Aid Affordable for you.

If you’re a full-time, degree-seeking undergraduate, you may qualify for our merit-based scholarships with awards up to $17,000, based on your cumulative GPA and standardized test scores. Scholarships are available for freshmen (including test optional), transfers, international, DACA, and Dreamer applicants. Using your admissions application, we automatically determine your eligibility.

More than 90% of our students receives some form of financial assistance. Apply to see if you qualify for a full array of federal and state financial aid programs. Just submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Complete it as soon as possible since funds may be limited. Barry's federal school code is 001466. Curious about qualifying? Take a look at our Net Price Calculator.

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Explore our scholarship system to see if you qualify for scholarships funded by alumni, private donors, corporations, and others.

You can use the Barry University Scholarship System to find other scholarship opportunities that you may be eligible to receive:

  • Answer as many questions as you like—the more questions answered, the more scholarships you’re matched to
  • Be automatically considered for many of the scholarships available at Barry University
  • Do a keyword search for scholarships and review the criteria to see if your qualifications are a match

The scholarships are funded through contributions from private donors, alumni, faculty, staff, parents, campus organizations, and corporations.

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