The Department of Mathematical Sciences consists of faculty grouped into three broad areas: pure and applied mathematics, math education, and statistics. Our department offers bachelor’s degrees in Mathematics with different areas of specialization. Master’s 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 mathematics educators interested in making contributions to research, we offer a PhD in Mathematics Education.
Mathematical Sciences News and Events

What would you look like as a dinosaur?Professors Joseph DiNapoli and Eliza Leszczynski lead an activity at homecoming using paleontology to make sense of proportions.Monday October 15, 2018

Professor receives grant to help middle school students better understand graphs and dataDr. Teo Paoletti's project: Developing MiddleSchool Students’ Understandings of Coordinate Systems (MidCoS) Project.Thursday August 2, 2018

Adjunct FacultySeeking adjunct faculty members to teach 12 sections of an introductory mathematics or physics courses.Tuesday July 10, 2018

An overview of intellectual propertyThe Physics Club welcomed David Postolski, a local IP and Patent attorney at Gearhart Law.Monday April 23, 2018