Our Programs of Study

The department offers three undergraduate degrees and two undergraduate minors as well as three Masters programs and three graduate-level certificates.

Our Undergraduate Programs

Our three undergraduate programs of study are the Bachelor of Science in mathematics (MTH), the Bachelor of Arts in mathematics (MTA), and the Bachelor of Science in applied mathematical economics (MTE). The MTH program is intended to serve students who plan to pursue careers related to engineering and science, or who plan to enter graduate study in any area of the mathematical sciences (which includes actuarial science and statistics). The Department of Mathematics collaborates with the Department of Economics and Finance to offer the MTE program, which prepares students for graduate study in economics. The MTA program gives a liberal arts option to students who want to develop concentrations in areas leading to careers in business, education or the social sciences. Students may also participate in the teacher licensure program, offered through the School of Education and Health Sciences.

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Our Graduate Programs

The Master of Science in Applied Mathematics is oriented towards broadening the mathematical skills of those whose careers demand the use of mathematics. This is an interdisciplinary program whose main objective is to train students to do professional work in the applications of mathematics. The Master of Financial Mathematics (MFM) is a professional program to support a growing market in financial services. It is offered in cooperation with the Department of Economics and Finance. The MFM program integrates statistics, computation and modeling with training in the professional domain and graduates will find employment opportunities in the banking, insurance and financial trading industries. The Master of Mathematics Education (MME) was developed to address the requirement of the Ohio Department of Education that all K-12 grade teachers complete a master's degree program in their content area or general education in order to maintain a provisional teaching license for a second renewal. This summer program is designed to meet the professional needs of Ohio's high school teachers by addressing issues of particular importance to them.

Certificate programs appeal to students who do not want to commit to the full financial mathematics master's degree program. 

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Department of Mathematics

Science Center 313 
300 College Park 
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 2316