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Mathematics Department

Students use the power of mathematics—and its role as a fundamental mode of human thought—to explore and explain the world. They can use math to analyze today's problems, such as the spread of disease or market volatility. And they can look to the future for solutions in quantum mechanics and quantum computing.

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Careers, Alumni & Internships

Mathematics prepares people for a wide range of careers and internships. Alumni are working in insurance, classrooms, research institutions, government, and more.

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Courses & Resources

Get started with proper placement. Find undergraduate resources to succeed in your math class. Discover why taking another math class distinguishes your work at Ohio University.

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Undergraduate Programs

With programs in pure mathematics, applied mathematics, actuarial science, and statistics, the major program areas and a minor represent a diverse set of offerings.

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Graduate Programs

Applied and Computational M.S. tracks train students for jobs in industry. Mathematics Ph.D. program prepares students for academic careers.

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Faculty and students conduct research in Algebra, Analysis, Applied Mathematics, Differential Equations, Mathematical Biology, Statistics, and Topology.

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Student organizations, math circles, and community events. Math faculty, staff, and students work hard to use math to make the world a better place.