You’ll go beyond the classroom, learning finance and business through research with faculty and on your own that will prepare you for some of today’s most innovative, challenging, and lucrative careers.
Courses cover complex analysis, partial differential equations, biostatistics, knot theory, graph theory, coding theory, geometric topology, geometric function theory, and mapping class groups.
Our instructors specialize in a broad range of areas and topics. You’ll go beyond classroom learning and engage in research with faculty.
At Florida Southern, you’re guaranteed an internship so you can see firsthand what it means to use math for a living.
In MAT 4442 Probability and Statistics, you’ll study concepts like random variables, discrete and continuous distributions, sampling estimation, and confidence intervals.
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At the end of the junior year, all Florida Southern College students are eligible to be considered for early admission to the Florida Southern MBA program.
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I have found that teaching is more than just presenting lectures to students. It is also building rapport with students and demonstrating a belief in their ability to succeed. I believe in teaching students to develop their computational and analytic skills. The students need to be actively engaged in the learning process.
The mathematics department sponsors a chapter of Kappa Mu Epsilon, a mathematics honor society, and has the Math Club, a mathematical interest club.
Associate Professor of Mathematics