The Department of Mathematics is committed to excellence in undergraduate and graduate training as well as in research and scholarships in pure and applied mathematics and in service to West Virginia. Instruction is provided by 43 faculty members, six Post-Docs, and 30 supported graduate students. Department faculty members have won College and University awards for teaching, research and service.
Our faculty conduct active research in a broad range of areas, including combinatorics, topology, algebra, mathematical biology, differential equations, numerical analysis, collegiate mathematics education, and scientific computing. The Department of Mathematics offers a Bachelor of Science with six areas of emphases and Bachelor of Arts in mathematics. At the graduate level, students can pursue a Master of Science or Doctor of Philosophy in mathematics.