The Department of Mathematical Sciences offers the bachelor’s degree in Mathematics in five different concentrations. The department employs and makes available to all students the latest hardware and software technology. Coupled with undergraduate research opportunities, the Mathematics department gives students the foundation needed to plan, create, or improve upon the technology that we will use in the 21st century.
We offer a bachelor’s of science degree in mathematics with concentrations in computational and liberal arts mathematics, as well as computer information systems, and teacher education. Learn more about our programs of study »
The Department of Mathematical Sciences offers many undergraduate research opportunities. Learn more »
Professor Katarzyna Saxton had her paper “On the Influence of Damping in Hyperbolic Equations with Parabolic Degeneracy” published.
The Drs. Rachel and Stephen Kent Research Endowment for Science and Mathematics and Rev. John H. Mullahy, S.J., Research Endowment for the Sciences were established to support collaborative research by faculty and students. Linda Hexter received a $1000 grant to pay for the cost of publication and presentation of her research project with Dr. Michael Kelly in algebraic topology. She studied the Nielsen theory for functions of homotopy idempotents defined on a bouquet of circles, the space obtained by joining a finite number of circles at a single point.