Mathematics has been called the universal language of the world. This language is used to describe the model phenomena in the sciences, humanities and arts. Even more exciting than the questions that have been answered by mathematicians are the questions that have yet to be answered or have yet to be posed.

To provide you with the foundation and skills for pursuing those questions, the Mathematical Sciences Department provides courses in both pure and applied mathematics, as well as in statistics.

Our undergraduate program in mathematics reflects the diversity of student interests as well as the diverse nature of the mathematical sciences. In your study of mathematics, you will develop and hone your problem-solving and critical thinking skills that will "open doors wider", in all aspects of your life.