The Department of Mathematical Sciences consists of faculty grouped into four broad areas: pure and applied mathematics, physics, math education, and statistics. Department research covers a wide range of activities including: abstract algebra, astrophysics, biostatistics, combinatorics, financial mathematics, fluid mechanics, geophysics, graph theory, mathematical biology, mathematics education, nonlinear dynamics, number theory. Research opportunities are available for graduate and undergraduate students.
Our department offers bachelors degrees in Mathematics and Physics with different areas of specialization. Masters degrees in Mathematics, Mathematics Education, and Statistics are also offered, as well as combined BS/MS programs and a PhD in Mathematics Education.