A mathematics degree from New Paltz accommodates both applied and theoretical interests, and provides exceptional preparation for future careers in law, medicine, education, insurance, and business.
Our small class sizes enable students to work closely with faculty and receive the personal attention that only a liberal arts education can offer. Recent research projects have included angular determinations in pentagons; software development for algebraic evolution; and modeling the success of protest groups, to name a few.
With major tracks in mathematics, adolescence education in mathematics, and elementary education in mathematics, our graduates go on to attend Ph.D. programs, work as financial analysts on Wall Street, secure positions at high-level companies like Microsoft, and teach mathematics in both public schools and the country's most prestigious universities.
The Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activities Program Advisory Board has selected Professor Anca Rădulescu to receive the 2017 RSCA Undergraduate Research Mentor Award. This award recognizes Anca's extraordinary efforts and commitment to undergraduate research. Well done, Anca!
Stay tuned for upcoming Mathematics Dept. events!