College of Science and Technology

Department of Mathematics and Statistics

The Mathematics Department provides course work leading to both undergraduate and graduate degrees. The faculty members are active and dedicated scholars, with an enthusiastic interest in teaching, and ongoing, significant, research programs. Innovative teaching methods are integrated through the mathematics curriculum. The faculty is especially interested in the intellectual development of each student, and there is continuous individual contact to provide quality instruction in all areas of mathematics. All graduate faculty teach on both the graduate and undergraduate levels.

Degrees Offered:

Faculty


Carter, Wilsonia
University Program Specialist

Teaching Assistant Professor

Goins, Sharon
Administrative Support Associate

Professor/Graduate Director

Associate Professor

Associate Professor/Student Success Coordinator

Teaching Assistant Professor

Assistant Professor

Associate Professor/Associate Chair

Assistant Professor

Assistant Professor

Why Major in Mathematics & Statistics? 

The US Department of Education recently reported that only 16% of high school seniors are both proficient in math and show an interest in pursuing a STEM-related career. Math majors are some of the most employable graduates and are often near the top of income brackets for their career level. Whether math majors go to work in STEM or take a less traditional path, options abound for them.

To help these students begin thinking about their futures before entering the job market, the US Deaprtment of Education has created a 
guide to the best careers for math majors. It highlights several common paths of employment, as well as a few outside-the-box options. The guide also explores useful workplace skills learned in the major and provides a collection of resources to help new math graduates.

 

Contact
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Marteena Hall
1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411
Phone: 336 285 2033-2036
Fax: 336 256 0876