The Fourth Annual Kennesaw Mountain Undergraduate Mathematics Conference will be held on Friday-Saturday, October 10-11, 2014. Students and faculty are invited to present a poster or give a 15 minute talk. Register today!
The new Department of Statistics and Analytical Sciences!!!
The advisor for the Department of Mathematics, Amanda Rollason, is located in Science 204 (building #12 on the campus map).
Kennesaw State University and Southern Polytechnic State University will consolidate to form a new institution to be named Kennesaw State University. More information and a consolidation suggestion box is available...
The Department of Mathematics is on Facebook and other social media sites...
• Wed 9/17 3:45-5:00 pm MS 246
Discrete Math Seminar: Density of k-critical graphs by Victor Larsen, Emory University
• Thu 9/18 12:30-1:45 pm MS 109
Math Talk: Wolfram Technologies in Education and Research by Troy Schaudt, Wolfram
• Mon 9/22 2:30-3:30 pm SPSU Ballroom B
Fall 2014 Colloquia: How small is too small? Modeling the effects of habitat fragmentation via reaction diffusion equations by Dr. Jerome Goddard II, Auburn University Montgomery
KSU people should park in the P60 parking deck or visitor parking
• Thu 9/25 3:00-4:00 pm MS 246
Analysis & Applied Math Seminar: Optimal Pricing Plans for Auction Houses by Dr. Sean Ellermeyer & Dr. Jesse Schwartz, Kennesaw State University
• Fri-Sat 10/10-10/11
Kennesaw Mountain Undergraduate Mathematics Conference
• August 1, 2014 NSF Grant Awarded – Scholarships Available
• March 27, 2014 Kennesaw State University student receives Fulbright fellowship
• March 25, 2014 MSAS students receive prestigious 2014 SAS Global Forum Scholarships
• March 18, 2014 Kennesaw State University Math Bowl
• October 25, 2013 In Memory of Marian Fox
Welcome to the Department of Mathematics at Kennesaw State University. If you are thinking about earning a degree that will provide you with a wide array of possibilities for a career in mathematics-related fields, then you have come to the right place. We offer programs of undergraduate study leading to the degrees of Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Bachelor of Science in Mathematics Education. In cooperation with the Bagwell College of Education, we offer a program leading to the Master of Arts in Teaching with mathematics concentration. In cooperation with the Department of Statistics and Analytical Sciences we offer an accelerated program that leads to a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and a Master of Science in Applied Statistics where you begin graduate studies in your senior year. Our graduates have had excellent success in recent years in gaining employment and launching careers as business and industry analysts and as secondary school educators. Many recent graduates have gone on to pursue advanced graduates degrees in mathematics and statistics.
As a student in the Department of Mathematics, you will have many opportunities for involvement in activities with your professors and your peers. We have a weekly seminar called “Math Talks” which is aimed at a student audience and which features talks on a variety of interesting mathematical topics. Our Kennesaw Women in Mathematics (KWIM) student organization hosts events throughout the year that bring students and faculty together for fun learning experiences outside of the classroom. Many of our faculty members are engaged in research that presents opportunities for student-faculty research projects for those of our students who choose to extend their educational experience beyond the basic curriculum of study. Students often present their work at our annual Kennesaw Mountain Undergraduate Mathematics Conference (KMUMC). We offer the annual study abroad program, China Revealed Through Its Culture and Mathematics. The department prides itself as a center of scholarly culture at KSU and our students are a central part of this thriving culture.
I hope that you will take some time to browse through our website to learn more about our programs and to get a sense of the many exciting activities and events that are taking place in the department on a regular basis. If you think that you might want to pursue a career in mathematics or mathematics education, please give us a call at (470) 578-6327 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We hope to hear from you!
Joe DeMaio, PhD
Professor of Mathematics and Interim Department Chair
2012-2013 Department Annual Report
It's been another busy and productive year in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics. Our faculty have been working hard on a variety of projects and activities that span the spectrum of teaching, research, and professional service. In 2012, we graduated more mathematics and statistics students than any other institution in the university system and we were a close second to the University of Georgia in mathematics education graduates...
The program of study leading to the Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics provides a solid foundation in the application of analytical, geometrical, and numerical methods in problem solving and logical deduction...
Mathematics Education is designed to prepare mathematics teachers of adolescents, at the middle or high school level (grades 6 through 12). It leads to 6-12 teacher certification in the teaching of mathematics in Georgia.