Graduates of our mathematics programs have had successful careers in government and industry. Our graduates have also earned advanced degrees in mathematics, engineering, and economics. Our degree programs may also be used to prepare for secondary mathematics certification and for professions such as law or medicine.
The department has a dynamic and engaged faculty who focus both on excellent teaching and on many areas of mathematical research. Marshall mathematics faculty have been recognized with numerous awards for their teaching, research, and service.
The department also hosts the nation’s only publicly accessible Differential Analyzer Laboratory.
Undergraduate Degree Programs
The Department of Mathematics offers three undergraduate majors leading to a Bachelor of Science degree; Pure Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, and Statistics. In addition the department offers an undergraduate Area of Emphasis in Statistics and an undergraduate Minor in Mathematics.
Graduate Degree Programs
The Department of Mathematics offers a Master of Arts in Mathematics degree. This two-year degree program is designed to prepare students for professions in industry, government agencies, and business; or further graduate study at the doctoral level and teaching positions at the secondary or two year college level. The department also offers a graduate Area of Emphasis in Statistics and a graduate Minor in Mathematics.