With state-of-the-art technology, mentorship from award-winning professors and hands-on experience, TWU’s Division of Mathematics will prepare you for a compelling 21st-century career in one of today’s hottest fields.
Our flexible, hybrid courses are customized to suit your needs and help you succeed. So, whether you work full-time, take care of family members, have trouble choosing a career path or all of the above, we have a program designed to fit your lifestyle.
We offer bachelor's degrees in mathematics and mathematics with teacher certification. We also offer a dual degree in mathematics and engineering. Our graduate degrees include a master's in mathematics, mathematics with an applied mathematics emphasis, mathematics with a statistical emphasis, and mathematics teaching.
Why study math at TWU?
In addition to educating and mentoring students full-time, our professors are also engaged in groundbreaking research projects. Faculty specialties include knot theory, modern approaches to statistics, optimal control theory and game theory.
Supportive student organizations
- Kappa Mu Epsilon is a national society for undergraduate mathematics students. KME sponsors national conferences and regional conventions where you will be able to present and share ideas in preparation for the graduate research experience.
Valuable internship experiences and student employment opportunities
As a TWU student, you will have direct access to internships from all over the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, a location many are calling the site of the next big start-up scene and the second largest technology business center in the country.
In addition to internships, students will have the opportunity to work in direct support of the division as student employees. Possible positions include:
- tutor for the Dr. Don Edwards Math and Technology Success Center
- student assistant or grader for the division
- graduate student teaching assistant
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