Explore the challenging field of mathematics and statistics, building the bridge between experimental observation and scientific theory.

Academic Highlights: The mathematics and statistics curriculum covers a complete spectrum, from introductory-level general education courses to research opportunities for undergraduates; from innovative MS programs in applied mathematics and statistics for careers in high-tech industry to doctoral direction and postdoctoral mentoring.

Research Areas: Topics include pure and applied mathematics and statistics.

Degrees: BA, BS, MS, PhD


  • Tenure-track faculty: 43
  • Lecturers: 22
  • Postdoctoral visiting assistant professors: 16
  • Research postdocs: 3
  • Research faculty: 2
  • Undergraduate majors: 561
  • Graduate students: 128

Research Awards: $5.3M

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