William A. Coberly
J. C. Diaz
Dale R. Doty
Kevin A. O’Neil
Richard A. Redner
Dale A. Schoenefeld
William A. Coberly
Peyton J. Cook
Shirley B. Pomeranz
Matteo Dalla Riva
Applied Assistant Professors
For more information about degree offerings by the faculty of mathematics, visit the Department of Mathematics webpage.
The Department of Mathematics offers degree programs in mathematics and applied mathematics and provides courses in mathematics and statistics to serve the needs of all students at the University. The mission of the Department of Mathematics is to provide students with an understanding of mathematical knowledge, methods, and analytical skills needed to pursue advanced degrees or careers requiring expertise in mathematics. To that end, students will be expected to:
- Demonstrate the ability to apply algebraic, geometric, calculus and higher-order thinking, and statistical methods to modeling and solving real-world problems.
- Use mathematical reasoning skills and formal logic to develop convincing mathematical arguments.
- Use computational tools to enhance mathematical thinking and understanding, to solve mathematical problems, and to judge the reasonableness of the results.
Both a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) and a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in mathematics are offered and provide the student with a sound foundation in mathematics. The B.A. program encourages the study of languages, whereas the B.S. program emphasizes supporting study in the physical sciences and computer science.
The Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics (B.S.A.M.) is offered with four options: computer sciences, engineering, biomathematics, and business. Each student must select one option and meet those requirements. The options provide a field of application for the mathematics student. All options carry the same mathematics requirement but differ in required supporting subjects. The applied mathematics program provides a solid foundation in undergraduate mathematics in preparation for graduate study or for a position in business or industry.
The Department of Mathematics provides flexible scheduling for students participating in the University’s Honors Program . Students in any mathematics degree program with exceptional records are eligible for admission to the Honors Program. Interested students should consult the director of the Honors Program or the department chair. Visit the Honors Program page for more information.
Students seeking secondary teacher certification in mathematics should consult their academic advisors to determine subject area courses that are appropriate and the Oklahoma State Department of Education regarding alternative certification.