Our department offers a flexible major program which may be adapted to serve a variety of needs and interests. We have over 400 undergraduate math majors, over 60 graduate students, and we serve more than 4,000 students each quarter, including students enrolled in math courses for pre-credential teachers.
Thank you for your interest in our program! Please see our FAQ page for program details.
8th International Conference on Lattice Path Combinatorics and Applications,
August 17-20, 2015
Cal Poly Pomona, Pomona, CA, USA **Preliminary Announcement**
SACNAS 2014, October 16-18, 2014
The 2014 SACNAS National Conference has Early Bird Registration until September 17th.
Open Faculty Position for Fall 2015
A joint position in Mathematics Education in the Department of Mathematics & Statistics and the Center for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (CEMaST). The Department and CEMaST are looking for a mathematics educator with an interest in working with local school districts and K-12 teachers. The new faculty person would teach courses and do scholarly work in the Department and work closely with CEMaST on grant work and community outreach. More information and instructions for applicants will be posted in late September. For inquiries, please contact Dr. Berit Givens (bngivens) or Dr. Laurie Riggs (lriggs).
Open Graduate Teaching Associate (GTA) Positions
None, for the time being.
Students should check out the revised list of scholarship opportunities, including the Mr. & Mrs. Keith Soon Kim Mathematics and Science Scholarhship. Click here for the scholarship application.
We have undergraduate programs in secondary teaching/pure mathematics, and applied mathematics/statistics.
Our graduate program offers emphases in pure math, applied mathematics, statistics, and mathematics education.
Information on faculty and staff, including research areas, websites, and contact information.
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