Academics & Advising
Our department's medium size benefits students who seek personalized advising and support. To help students tackle challenging coursework, we offer continual support such as permanent faculty advising, communal space for students to work together on problems, networking opportunities and career guidance.
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An undergraduate degree in mathematics provides a strong foundation in math with a particular emphasis on the development of logical and analytical problem-solving skills.
In our research-oriented graduate programs, students and professors work together to advance exciting new research while developing a close-knit community of math scholars.
Scholarships & Awards
Thanks to the generosity of donors and friends of the Department of Mathematics, we are proud to support both undergraduate and graduate students with scholarships and awards, including funds for conference travel and research.More About Math Scholarships & Awards
Team-Oriented Work Space
At the Math Center, graduate and undergraduate assistants are available to offer help with concepts and problems in precalculus and calculus. The Math Center is open six days a week.
Career and Professional Development Resources
Science and math majors can contact Kimberly English for career advising, help with internship applications, resume preparation and graduate school scouting.
Contact Patricia Hickman for student-centered advising in the areas of networking, careers in research and development, job opportunities and connecting with alumni.
DU's career portal communicates upcoming workshops, exciting professional networking opportunities on campus, job and internship fairs and tips for career-focused students to get ahead.
Useful Websites for Math Majors
Still craving more information? Check out our favorite career-focused websites, well suited to guide students toward internships, jobs and market data.