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Math in Your Plan

Distinguishable. Respected. The Right Fit.
Offering an exciting environment for collegiate study with an award-winning, internationally renowned faculty. Small class sizes make it easy to interact with the faculty, and innovative courses such as the project-oriented Math Modeling course enhance the curriculum. Recognizing you are an individual, the department is structured to allow you to develop to your fullest potential.
Major Course RotationsCourseworkMath Placement

Steps to Success

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Getting Started

Find the Who, What, and Where that you need to get started on your path

Advising Placement Test
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Help along the way

See how the math department is here to help you succeed while you are here

MLSC Calculator Checkout Scholarships
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Career Options

Explore what your future can hold with a degree in mathematics.

Overview of Options MAA Career Resource Center Actuarial Careers

Mathematics in your EquationExplore the different ways that math can be incorporated into your undergraduate plan.

See Yourself Here

Find ways to get involved with the department and grow within the field.

Math Club

Pi Mu Epsilon provides the opportunity to bond through fun and games mathematicians play. Some meetings feature guest speakers on interesting mathematical topics, like juggling and origami. Contests are held each semester such as Math Jeopardy and the Integration Bee.

Undergraduate Awards

Every spring students are recognized for their academic achievements.  The department is proud to be able to support multiple students through scholarships for their accomplishments. 

Senior Honors Theses

Seniors have the opportunity to work one-on-one with a member of the faculty to complete research and report on a mathematical topic.

Undergraduate Senior Showcase

Seniors can complete a brief survey about their favorite math class, their favorite instructor and some advice to the younger generations of OSU math majors. The answers provided in the survey will be displayed across from 428 MSCS.

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