Some of our graduate students pursued careers in industry - others enrolled successfully into doctoral programs, or teach at the college level. These are a few of the career directions for mathematics graduates.
Combining a strong mathematics background with biology, nutrition, physics, chemistry, computer science or economics can enhance the chances of getting a job.
The Department has 24 full-time faculty members with a wide variety of research interests, including:
- Actuarial Science
- Algebraic Number Theory
- Analysis and its Application
- Computer-Aided Geometric Design
- Differential Geometry
- Game Theory
- Graph Theory
- Mathematical Finance
- Mathematical Logic
- Mathematical Modeling
- Math and Stats Education
- Technology in Teaching Mathematics
- Variational Analysis
For details about faculty, please visit the Mathematics Department faculty web pages.