Loyola University Chicago

Mathematics and Statistics

Majors Requiring Math

The following majors and programs include Calculus or Calculus-track math courses. Your ability to complete a major or program in four years might depend on your placement in math. Read through your major to find out what math course(s) are expected and in which math course you should begin. Talk to an advisor if you need assistance in understanding the math requirements for your major or program.

If your major is not listed in the table below, then your major did not require math at the time of last update. Please contact your academic advisor if you are in doubt.

Last Updated: April 2021.

College of Arts and Sciences
Applied Mathematics Biochemistry BS Bioinformatics BS
Biology BS Biophysics BS Chemistry BA, BS
Computer Science BS Cybersecurity Data Science
Economics BA Envvironmental Science (including concentrations) Forensic Science BS
Mathematics BS Mathematics and Computer Science BS Mathematics Education BS
Neuroscience BS Physics BS Physics BS (Pre-Engineering/Dual-Degree Engineering)
Physics and Computer Science BS Psychology BS Software Engineering BS
Statistics BS Theoretical Physics and Applied Mathematics BS Undecided—BS
Quinlan School of Business
Accounting BBA Accountig and Analytics Economics BA/BBA
Entrepreneurship BBA Finance BBA Human Resource Management BBA
Information Systems BBA International Business BBA Management BBA
Marketing BBA Operations Management BBA Sports Management BBA
Supply Chain Management US/European Double Degree BBA Undecided—BBA
School of Education
BSEd in Secondary Education - Mathematics    
School of Environmental Sustainability
Environmental Science, BS    
Parkinson School of Health Science and Public Health
Exercise Science BS  Healthcare Administration BS Public Health BS
Engineering Science
Engineering Science BS    
Pre-Dental Pre-Engineering Pre-Medicine
Pre-Optometry Pre-Pharmacy Pre-Physical Therapy
Pre-Podiatry Pre-Veterinarian Dual Acceptance Pharmacy