The Department of Mathematics and Statistics offers a variety of courses and programs with dedicated faculty to provide individual attention to students.
The Department of Mathematics believes an undergraduate major should be both an introduction to more advanced study and a survey of the many facets of mathematics. The Department offers three mathematics majors and two minors.
The primary focus of the BS Mathematics Teaching program is to prepare students to teach mathematics at the middle and secondary levels as well as prepare students for advanced study in mathematics and teaching.
Statistics is the mathematical science of studying and learning from data. Applications of statistics are all around us such as in weather forecasting, surveys, quality control, market demand, causality, and effectiveness of treatments.
The graduate program in Applied Statistics is designed to prepare students to join twenty-first century business and industry in their growing needs for statistical analyses.
The Department of Mathematics and Statistics offers four master’s programs: Mathematics MA, Mathematics and Statistics MS, Applied Statistics MS, and Mathematics Education MS.
The Mathematics & Statistics Learning Center offers free tutoring on a walk-in basis for our undergraduate courses. The center is staffed by Math/Stat majors and graduate students. The center is located in Wissink Hall 285.
The Minnesota State University High School Math Contest is a nomination based event organized by a committee of three mathematics faculty in our mathematics department.Learn more about the contest, fill out the registration and review past challenge questions.