The Department of Mathematical Sciences offers the following degrees and programs:
- BS in Mathematics (MATH)
- Mathematics Major, Concentration in Discrete Applied Mathematics
- Mathematics Major, Concentration in the Mathematics of Finance
- Mathematics Major, Concentration in Statistics
- Mathematics Major, Certification as a Teacher of Mathematics
- BS in Physics (PHYS)
- Physics Major, Concentration in Astronomy
- Physics Major, Certification as a Teacher of Physics
- Physics Major, Certification as a Teacher of Physical Science
Combined 5-year Programs
- 5-year combined BS-MAT Mathematics, Teacher Certification
- 5-year combined BS Mathematics - MS Statistics Program
- 5-year combined BS-MS Mathematics, Concentration in Statistics
The programs introduce central ideas in a variety of areas in Mathematics and Physics, and develop problem-solving ability by teaching students to combine critical thinking with rigorous reasoning. The Mathematics program provides students with a spectrum of courses in pure and applied mathematics and develops rigorous mathematical thinking. All majors prepare students for graduate study.
Advisor: George Grover
The undergraduate advisor is the department's resource for specific information such as advanced placement, transfer credits, dual majors, Cooperative Education, and independent study.
View the Fall 2013 - Spring 2015 Projected Undergraduate Course Offerings in Pure and Applied Mathematics (Upper level).
As a student in our department, you have many opportunities to pursue independent scientific research with faculty members. The first step is to find out what faculty members are doing research that is exciting to you. Reach out to your professors to find out what they are working on. If you find something of interest follow up to see how you could get involved with them!
For undergraduate scholarship opportunities in the Mathematical Sciences department visit our scholarships page