The Department of Mathematics' goal is to instill within our students a deep appreciation of the beauty and usefulness of mathematical reasoning and its myriad contributions to our understanding of the natural and intellectual world.
Through the study of formal mathematical theories, our students strengthen their critical reasoning skills and deepen their mathematical knowledge. While working on a variety of projects and problems, students develop a broad set of quantitative and qualitative problem-solving skills. Toward this end we offer a wide variety of courses touching all the main areas of modern pure and applied mathematics. Courses such as real and complex analysis, linear and abstract algebra, geometry and topology, graph theory and combinatorics, probability and statistics, mathematical modeling and operations research, among others provide a rich mathematical experience. We are always happy to support students' mathematical learning and to help them choose the right set of courses to meet their academic and career goals.