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Department Facts

The Department of Mathematics offers a full spectrum of courses in mathematics and statistics ranging from basic introductory courses through advanced graduate level courses. (Approximately 12,000 students enrolled in mathematics and statistics classes (at all levels) during the 2014--2015 academic year.) The department offers a comprehensive undergraduate program leading to the Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics. We also have a diverse and flexible graduate program leading to the Master of Science and the Doctor of Philosophy degrees in Mathematics. Our faculty publish books and research articles and regularly present their research at major conferences and symposia. Many hold research grants from national agencies and several serve on editorial boards for journals and as officers in important mathematical and statistical organizations.

Some highlights of professional activity for the mathematics department during the six year period from January 1, 2010 to December 31, 2015:

228 peer-reviewed articles published.
$12,431,330 in external funding.
60 B.S. degrees.
45 M.S. degrees.
29 Ph.D. degrees.