The Department of Mathematical Sciences consists of faculty grouped into four broad areas: pure and applied mathematics, physics, math education, and statistics. Our department offers bachelor’s degrees in Mathematics and Physics with different areas of specialization. Masters degrees in Mathematics, Mathematics Education, and Statistics are also offered. There are even combined BS/MS programs to get both a bachelor’s and master’s degrees in less time. For educators looking for a competitive advantage teaching mathematics, we offer a PhD in Mathematics Education.
Mathematical Sciences News

News 12 interviews physics faculty regarding recent LIGO discoveryMarc Favata speaks with News 12 to provide insight into the neutron star collision that was reported on October 16.Wednesday October 18, 2017

Groundbreaking Discovery by LIGO/Virgo Solves Cosmic MysteryFaculty contribute to detection of neutron stars’ collisionMonday October 16, 2017

Physics Faculty, Members of LIGO Team, Comment on 2017 Nobel Prize in PhysicsProfessors Rodica Martin and Marc Favata describe impact of groundbreaking work
Tuesday October 3, 2017 
Listening to the UniverseScientists proving Einstein’s theories usher in new field of gravitationalwave astronomy
Tuesday October 3, 2017