Department of Mathematical Sciences
A Hub of Mathematical Opportunities
You’ll find a place where mathematics, statistics, and education converge at Georgia Southern University’s Department of Mathematical Sciences. The department offers programs available on both the Statesboro and Armstrong campuses, focusing on developing logical thinking and correct reasoning in various mathematical areas. With master’s degree concentrations in Applied Mathematics, Computational Science, Pure Mathematics, and Statistics, along with a comprehensive and practical bachelor’s degree, the department ensures a well-rounded and future-focused education, aligning with the expected growth of more than 20% in mathematical fields over the next decade.
Discover Your Path in Mathematics
As you explore your academic path at Georgia Southern University’s Department of Mathematical Sciences, your options are as broad as they are deep. You’ll find dedicated faculty and a challenging and rewarding curriculum, whether your goal is to delve into pure mathematics, applied fields, or statistical analysis.
Students can feel confident in knowing our curriculum is guided by standards held by professional societies in the mathematical sciences.
A variety of scholarship opportunities are available to students who are pursuing a degree in the department.
Personalized Learning Environment
Major classes are small to allow students and faculty to have more one-on-one engagement and interaction.
Vibrant Student Activities
Students participate in mathematics competitions such as the Putnam exam and the COMAP modeling contest, as well as the active Eagle Problem Solvers.
Exciting Career Trajectories Ahead
Enroll in Georgia Southern’s Mathematical Sciences program and prepare for an array of exciting careers. Graduates often find opportunities as math teachers, software engineers, data scientists, financial analysts, consultants, and more. With an average starting salary of $79,488, alumni have thrived in prestigious organizations like Gulfstream Aerospace, State Farm, and the CDC. Whether in education, technology, finance, or government, your mathematical expertise will open doors to impactful and rewarding careers.