The undergraduate program at Howard consists of a general education courses, such as Patterns in Mathematics, College Algebra, Precalculus, and Calculus, and a large variety of upper division courses leading to a major or minor in mathematics.
A math major at Howard may choose an area of concentration from among Pure Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Actuarial Science, Mathematics Education, and Pre-medical/Pre-dental Studies. Each of these has a full-fledged program aimed at producing competent professionals in the area.
For example, a concentration in actuarial science prepares you for the foundations of actuarial practice, which involves statistically calculating risks, premiums, etc. for insurance. A concentration in mathematics education prepares you for teaching mathematics at the elementary and secondary level.
A concentration in pure and applied mathematics, the more traditional course of study, ordinarily attracts students who expect to pursue higher degrees in mathematics, as well as those preparing for careers as mathematicians in industry and government.
The undergraduate program page contains information about the mathematics placement exam and more details about the major and minor program in mathematics, including course requirements by concentration, example four-year sequences, and information about the senior comprehensive examination.
The list of all undergraduate math courses can be found on the Mathematics Courses page.