1) Math is your first language
You appreciate the study of quantity, structure, space, and change and providing the clean reasoning and analytical tools that drive progress throughout the sciences and engineering. From concrete applications to the abstract, you seek to identify patterns, formulate conjectures, establish theories, and model and analyze real-world phenomena.
2) You want opportunities for undergraduate research and projects among faculty
Our active research community immerses you in an environment where research is undertaken by people of all academic stages, and collaboration occurs between undergraduates, graduate students, post docs and professors alike.
3) You enjoy math collaboration and competition
The Math department is home to active student groups and teams that provide opportunities for math outreach, competitions, and activities that allow students to enhance their experience beyond their academics.
4) We offer a broad spectrum of research
Our research areas include algebraic geometry, algebraic topology, approximation theory, combinatorics, complex analysis, computer algebra, foundations, functional analysis, harmonic analysis, mathematical biology, matrix theory and computations, number theory, numerical analysis, operator theory, operator algebras and partial differential equations.