Department of Mathematical Sciences

The Department of Mathematical Sciences staffs 30 full-time faculty members and approximately 90 part-time faculty members with expertise in theoretical mathematics, mathematics education, developmental mathematics, actuarial science, statistics, data science, and mathematical physics. Our mission is to prepare students for teaching, business, industry, and research. We also provide students in the schools of Technology, Business, Education and Professional Studies, and departments within the School of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences with mathematics and statistics courses needed for success in their fields.

We offer five undergraduate degrees and nine graduate programs. To make an appointment to discuss any of these programs with a faculty member, call our office at (860) 832-2835.

What can you do with a Mathematics Degree?

  • Actuary
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  • Appraiser
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  • Biometrician/Biostatistician
  • Bookkeeper
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  • Economist
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  • Physicist
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  • Tool and Die Maker