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Department of Mathematics

On behalf of our faculty, staff, and students, welcome to Department of Mathematics at CSU San Bernardino. We are excited about your interest in our programs and our campus.

Faculty.  We have a strong and diverse faculty who are dedicated to teaching and promoting excellence through activities such as mentoring and student research.

Community.  Our CSUSB mathematical community is known for being warm, welcoming, and supportive.   Our classes are relatively small, especially at the upper division level.  This helps promote great interaction between students and instructors and helps develop a strong sense of community.  

Most of our students are the first in their families to go to college. More than half of our students are members of minority groups, and one quarter are from groups traditionally underrepresented in the sciences. CSUSB is nationally recognized as a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) and we are one of the top mathematics departments in graduating Hispanic students.

We encourage you to be an active participant in our community by attending colloquia, joining the Math Club, coming to Tea Time, and stopping by our Math Gym.

Math Club

Jack Brown Hall

Degrees.  The Department of Mathematics is one of nine departments within the College of Natural Sciences. We offer four bachelor degrees, two masters degrees, as well as a minor in mathematics, a Certificate in Introductory Actuarial Mathematics, and a Subject Matter Authorization.

The undergraduate degrees can prepare you for a quantitative reasoning related job in the public or private sector, a career in teaching, or an advanced degree. The Master of Arts degree is intended for those wishing to pursue a career in teaching at the community college level or who wish to go on to study for a Ph. D. in mathematics or a related field. The Master of Arts in Teaching Mathematics is geared toward those who wish to become leaders and specialists in mathematics in the secondary school systems.


 

Upcoming Events

What is... LaTeX?

 

Date/Time:
September 18 2020, 1:30-2:30pm

Speakers:
Youngsu Kim, Bronson Lim, and Jeffrey S. Meyer
 
Title:
What is... LaTeX?

Abstract:

LaTeX is the mathematician preferred method for writing up mathematical documents.  

Come join us as Assistant Professors Youngsu Kim, Bronson Lim, and Jeffrey S. Meyer walk you through a laid back introduction to using LaTeX in your mathematics courses.  

During the first 25 minutes, they will tell you what LaTeX is, how to get started using it, and many useful tips.  This will be followed by some guided activities as you practice working with it on your own devices.  Templates for use in homework and projects will be provided.  

Ideally come prepared with access to a computer so you can practice along on the spot.  

Hope to see you there!

Zoom Meeting ID: 976 6738 3965
Zoom Passcode: LaTeX

 

What is LaTeX

 


Mission Statement

The Department of Mathematics has a mission to provide all mathematics students with an understanding of the logical structure and style of mathematics appropriate to their discipline and level. We will provide mathematics majors and graduate students with the background necessary to pursue a meaningful career in mathematics, mathematics teaching, or related fields. Our graduate program will provide additional opportunity for advanced studies in an individualized discipline-centered master's. The program will help students develop quantitative and abstract reasoning and the ability use of mathematics as a computational and analytical tool. We will provide students in General Education mathematics courses with substantive skills in quantitative and abstract reasoning and in the use of mathematics as a computational and analytical tool.