Current Students

The Mathematics department prepares undergraduate and graduate students to ask and answer mathematical-based questions about insights and methods in a broad variety of mathematical areas. Such areas include—but not limited to—are calculus, linear algebra, real analysis, abstract algebra, probability / statistics, partial differential equations, numerical linear algebra / numerical analysis, geometry /topology, number theory and complex analysis, as well as the understanding of the role of hypotheses, conclusions, counter examples and other forms of mathematical evidence in the development and formulation of mathematical ideas.

Undergraduate Programs

The department offers majors in Math and Applied Math, as well as the option of earning a combined Bachelor of Science and Master of Science (BS–MS) degree in five years. Students can also receive a Minor in Mathematics.

Graduate Programs

The department offers a PhD in Mathematics, a MS in Mathematics, and a Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Mathematics.