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Dr. Vitaly Bergelson, Distinguished Professor of Math and Physical Sciences
at the Ohio State University, gives a talk at MSU's Undergraduate Lecture Series.
Faculty and students socializing at this year's Undergraduate Conference.
Our first Advanced Track class being recognized at their final awards ceremony.
Discovering America is part of an exchange program sponsored
by the Mathematics Department. The group went to Chicago this spring
to view a professional basketball game.
Discovering America is part of an exchange program sponsored
by the Mathematics Department. Here the group spent the weekend camping.
Advanced Track Course MTH429H Taught by Professor Russell Schwab
Trevor Steil, a Holden MLC Supervisor, explains to his tutors an interesting problem
before they begin their shifts.
Tea Time at Two occurs every Tuesday in the C-204 common room and gives
undergraduates, graduates, staff, and faculty a chance to come together, enjoy
some free snacks, and get to know one another
Congratulations to Jonathan Jonker, an Advanced Track undergraduate student,
for winning an Outstanding Presentation Award at the national January 2013 Joint Meetings.
Jon did his research through an REU at LSU.
Discovering America is part of an exchange program sponsored
by the Mathematics Department. Here exchange students are picking apples with
their MSU math department friends.
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For students entering the BS or BA Math program Summer Semester 2014 or later, we anticipate a slight change regarding two degree requirements: MTH 411 and MTH 421 will become the required choices for the 400-level algebra and analysis courses. All other requirements remain the same. Please feel free to talk with our advisors if you have any questions.
Sarah DiMaria
, a 2012 and 2013 graduate of MSU, has been awarded a five-year
Teaching Fellowship
from the
Knowles Science Teaching Foundation<
.
Undergraduate Programs
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BA in Mathematics
BS in Mathematics
BA in Mathematics, Advanced
BS in Mathematics, Advanced
BA in Computational Math
BS in Computational Math
BS in Actuarial Science
Minor in Mathematics
Specialization in Actuarial Science
Teaching Minor - Mathematics - Elementary
Teaching Minor - Mathematics - Secondary
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