Mathematics at Weber State University

From data mining to forensics, mathematics is the language of choice for an increasing number of disciplines. The scientist, the engineer, the actuary, the financial planner -- all use algebra, geometry, calculus and statistics. But also the voter needs to understand these concepts too, perhaps at a less advanced level, to reach informed decisions about issues ranging from utility rates and retirement saving to information security and global warming.

What will I learn in the program?

Mathematics is a logical inquiry into shape, arrangement, quantity and other related concepts, so the study of the subject is broad and limitless.You will learn mathematical theory, logical thinking, applications and proofs.Problem solving, analysis and computational strategies are emphasized, along with computer and communication skills. Proper attention will be given so you will learn what you need to further your plans, whether they be graduate school, work in industry or teaching.

Why choose Math at WSU?

  • Small class sizes

  • Accessible professors

  • Individual attention

  • Broad range of research interests of WSU mathematics faculty

Why major in Math at WSU?

  • Students majoring in mathematics receive substantially higher-than-average scores on standardized tests such as LSAT and GMAT.
  • Mathematics ranks near the top among college majors in terms of average starting salary after college.

  • Mathematicians and actuaries rank near the top in studies of job satisfaction.

  • A wide variety of fields utilizing mathematics (see http://www.maa.org/careers/). Business, finance, actuarial science, computer science, cryptography, biotechnology, teaching and more.

  • Analytical thinking is prized by many employers.
     

Contact Information

Department Contact
Debi Larson
deborahlarson1@weber.edu or
math@weber.edu

Department Phone
office (801) 626-6095
fax (801) 626-6427
 

Department Office Location
Lind Lecture Hall #231A

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Bldg 4 will be demolished starting May 2014 for the construction of the new Tracy Hall Science Center opening Fall 2016. 

Department of Mathematics
Mailing Address:
1415 Edvalson St., Dept 2517
OgdenUT 84408-2517

For Developmental Math (0810, 0950, 0970, 0990, 1010) questions please email devmath@weber.edu 
or call (801) 626-7451.