Students from across the university
Whether you major, double-major, or minor in applied mathematics and statistics, you’ll be part of a community of individuals who, like you, are dedicated to using their knowledge to make an impact on the world.
Our undergraduates are involved in all aspects of the university–whether taking part in HUSAM, our student group, athletics, or conducting research while mentored by outstanding faculty from multiple Johns Hopkins divisions.
Our students move on to a breadth of careers and attend top graduate programs in a variety of subjects, work in industry, and are launching their own entrepreneurial ventures.
Our community embraces diversity, in all its forms, and our undergraduates hail from around the globe, as well as from departments across university divisions.
Learn about undergraduate options
Major, double-major, or minor
We are home to students from a wide range of disciplines, who seek to apply the knowledge they gain in the classroom to topics in the physical and biological science, bioengineering fields, and more.
Combined Bachelor's/Master's program
The Bachelor’s / Master’s Program is designed to enable exceptionally well-qualified and highly motivated AMS undergraduates to fulfill the requirements for both degrees within five years.
Learn about the undergraduate experience at JHU--from the admissions process, classes, and research opportunities to athletics and student group--and apply today!
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The Art of Mathematical Thinking
An undergraduate’s perspective on the major, published in the JHU News-Letter
March Madness Math: Winning Brackets
Hopkins Undergraduate Society for Applied Math (HUSAM) hosted a talk on ranking methods, algorithms, and making a winning bracket.
Starting Young with Artificial Intelligence
First-year AMS student, Nathan Wang, helped write a bill calling for the creation of high school artificial intelligence curricula. The bill became law as part of the 2021 National Defense Authorization Act.