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Welcome

Our mission is to conduct and disseminate research, to provide outstanding instruction at the undergraduate and graduate levels in all areas of mathematics, and to engage with the broader scientific community and with the public at large.

Research interests of our distinguished faculty include algebra, approximation theory, combinatorics, differential equations, dynamical systems, functional analysis, geometry and topology, complex and harmonic analysis, number theory, mathematical modeling, numerical analysis, probability, and scientific computation. Many of our faculty collaborate with researchers in other disciplines, such as computer science, geosciences, physics, engineering, and life sciences.

We offer instruction that leads to bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees in mathematics. We also offer a distance master's program. Over 25,000 students enroll in our courses each year. In addition to their regularly scheduled classes, we offer them a wide array of web-assisted supplemental instructional services.

The department also supports activities and programs for middle and high school students, for their teachers, and for the general public.

We invite you to navigate through our web-links to research, academics, outreach, featured programs, and to other information provided in these web pages.