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Mathematics

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Enrique Thomann, Interim Department Head
298B Kidder Hall
Oregon State University
Corvallis, OR 97331-4605
541-737-1596
Email: enrique.thomann@oregonstate.edu
Website: http://www.math.oregonstate.edu/


Faculty


Professors Bogley, Burton, Dascaliuc, De Leenheer, Dick, Dray, Escher, Faridani, Finch, Flahive, Higdon, Ossiander, Peszynska, Pohjanpelto, Restrepo, Schmidt, Showalter, Thomann, Waymire

Associate Professors Bokil, Gibson, Kovchegov, Swisher

Assistant Professors Beisiegel, Cozzi, Dalziel, Guo, Koslicki, Lockwood, Petsche

Adjunct Professors Batten (ME), Manogue (PH)

Adjunct Associate Professor Medlock (VBS), Zhang (ECE)


Undergraduate Major

Mathematics (BS, CRED, HBS)

Options
Applied and Computational Mathematics
Mathematical Biology 
Secondary Teaching Emphasis
Statistics

Minors

Actuarial Science
Mathematics

Graduate Major

Mathematics (MA, MAIS, MS, PhD)

Graduate Areas of Concentration
Actuarial Science
Algebra
Analysis
Applied Mathematics
Computational Mathematics
Differential Equations
Financial Mathematics
Geometry
Mathematics Education
Number Theory
Numerical Analysis
Topology
Probability

Graduate Minor

Mathematics


The department offers programs leading to the BS, MA, MS, and PhD degrees in Mathematics. Undergraduate minors are offered in Mathematics and Actuarial Science.

Students interested in teaching mathematics at the secondary level should contact a departmental advisor and discuss the Secondary Teaching Emphasis option available under the Mathematics major. Likewise, students interested in careers in the area of financial mathematics or as actuaries should meet with a member of the departmental Actuarial Sciences Committee.

Additional information pamphlets about both the undergraduate and graduate programs are available on the Department of Mathematics website.


Departmental Requirements

The Mathematics major requirements at the upper division comprise about 45 credits of course work. This leaves about 45 credits of free electives that can be used to design a degree program in mathematics that is tailored to each major’s particular interests.



 
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