Department of Mathematics and Statistics Faculty Alex Chigogidze, Professor and Head of Department Professors Duvall, Gupta, Vaughan Associate Professors Chhetri, Erovenko, Fabiano, Richter, Seaman, Tangedal Assistant Professors Bell, Deutsch, Nicolas, Pauli, Rychtar, Saidak, Smyth, Yasaki Lecturers Blackmon, O’Connor, Weigel Mathematics is an excellent major for the student whose immediate objective is to acquire a strong liberal arts
education. The goal of all of the Department’s programs is to produce students who are both technically competent
and sufficiently well grounded in theory that they can contribute to fundamental research in their chosen specialty.
To give a professional direction to the student’s liberal arts education, the mathematics major may elect any
of the above concentrations or seek secondary teacher licensure. Students seeking secondary teacher licensure should
see There are many opportunities for the undergraduate majors in the mathematical sciences in industry, government, business, and secondary school teaching. An undergraduate major in the mathematical sciences also provides excellent preparation for graduate studies in many areas, including actuarial sciences, computer science, economics, engineering, law, mathematics, operations research, and statistics. The majors can be specialized to allow preparation for any of these goals. The department offices, classrooms, and study areas are located in the Bryan Building. Students have access to computing facilities including personal computer laboratories and workstations. The campus is fully networked locally. The University is an Internet node, and students and faculty have access to the Internet’s many features. Accelerated Master’s Program for Mathematics Majors Interested students should see |
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