The Department of Mathematics and Statistics offers several programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
The Department of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Michigan-Dearborn offers four undergraduate degrees as BA and BS in Mathematics or Applied Statistics, and a MS in Applied and Computational Mathematics (ACM). We also offer two undergraduate minors in Mathematics and Applied Statistics. The degree program in Mathematics emphasizes either pure or applied mathematics, while the Applied Statistics program concentrates on the data analysis and empirical research, and the ACM program focuses on applications and modeling in several tracks.
In addition to serving students majoring in the above programs, the Department also supports the College of Engineering and Computer Science (CECS) and the College of Education, Health, and Human Services (CEHHS). The Department offers the Calculus sequence, Introduction to Ordinary Differential Equations, Linear Algebra and many more cognate courses taken by CECS students at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. The Department offers courses to CEHHS students in elementary and secondary education programs. As part of the CEHHS MA in Education program, we offer a specialty in Mathematics Education Enhancement and Leadership.
The research interests of our mathematics and statistics faculty include, but not limited to:
biomathematics, geometric modeling, inverse problems, numerical analysis, partial differential equations, mathematics physics, algebra geometry, algebraic topology, graph theory, number theory, operator theory and operator algebras, mathematics education, applied statistics, tolerance limits, large scale inference, bootstrap methods, design and analysis of experiments and high dimensional and functional data analysis.
Updated in May, 2015