Department of Mathematical Sciences

Welcome to the Department of Mathematical Sciences!

  • Our annual awards ceremony was held on April 18, 2016. We are very proud of both our undergraduate and graduate student's achievements. Congratulations everyone!

  • Elijah Meyer presents his research at the Student Research Celebration on April 15th, 2016.

  • Alex Sherman presents his research at the Student Research Celebration on April 15, 2016.

  • Danielle Pettry presents her research at the 2016 Student Research Celebration.

  • Bree Cummins, and Thomas Gedeon congratulate Zane Huttinga on receiving the Goldwater Scholarship. read more

  • Pi Mu Epsilon inducts 16 new members on April 4th, 2015.

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The Department of Mathematical Sciences is recognized as a leading department in mathematics, statistics and mathematics education. Bachelors, masters, and doctoral graduates in all of these areas are following successful careers in industry, government, and academia. Located in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, 80 miles North of Yellowstone National Park, we offer outstanding educational opportunities in an area of exquisitely beautiful scenery and outdoor recreation. Our department has a multifaceted role on campus and in Montana. We have the largest instructional component on campus, delivering about 10% of the total student credit hours. We offer a B.S. in Mathematics with options in mathematics, applied mathematics, mathematics teaching, and statistics; an M.S. in Mathematics with options in mathematics and mathematics education; an M.S. in Statistics; a Ph.D. in Mathematics with emphases in mathematics and mathematics education; and a Ph.D. in Statistics. The mathematics education option for the M.S. in Mathematics is an online program.

Mathematical research at MSU is focused primarily on related topics in pure and applied mathematics. Research programs complement each other and are often applied to problems in science and engineering. Research in statistics encompasses a broad range of theoretical and applied topics. Because the statisticians are actively engaged in interdisciplinary work, much of the statistical research is directed toward practical problems. Mathematics education faculty are active in both qualitative and quantitative experimental research areas. These include teacher preparation, coaching and mentoring for in-service teachers, online learning and curriculum development.

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