Department of Mathematics :: Explore Our Programs
Explore Our Programs
A degree in mathematics will develop your analytical, statistical and computational skills preparing you for careers in industry, government, business, scientific and technological fields, computing and information science, actuarial work and education.
Required for BA, not BS
No thesis required
A degree in mathematics along with a teacher certification will allow you to combine your interest and passion for mathematics with influencing and shaping the lives of the next generation.
Required for BA, not BS
No thesis required
The graduate program in mathematics prepares you for employment as an educator on various levels, additional study at the doctoral level or one of the many non-academic areas in which mathematicians work. Graduate work in mathematics leading to the master’s degree is offered with an emphasis in actuarial science, algebra, analysis, biological mathematics, combinatorics, coding theory, differential equations, differential geometry, image analysis and processing, or probability-statistics.
No foreign language credits required
Thesis and non-thesis options available
Department of Mathematics :: Featured News
Dr. Ye-Lin Ou, professor in the Department of Mathematics at A&M-Commerce, recently published a new book, “Biharmonic Submanifolds and Biharmonic Maps in Riemannian Geometry,” with World Scientific Publishing. Released in April, the book is co-authored by Dr. Bang Yen Chen, professor emeritus at Michigan State University. Providing basic knowledge and tools used to study the […]
A&M-Commerce and Navarro College commemorated their 20-year partnership on November 14 with an anniversary celebration in Corsicana, Texas. The Navarro College Partnership allows students to earn bachelor’s or master’s degrees through A&M-Commerce at Navarro College. The partnership makes quality education accessible to students in rural East Texas, allowing them to earn a degree from an […]
Mr. Rene Griffin may hold a record for the most consecutive homecoming games attended by an alumnus. This year, Griffin celebrated his 60th consecutive homecoming celebration. “I feel I have a very unique relationship with the university, having grown up in Commerce, and having so many different ties to the town for so many years,” […]
Dr. Mehmet Celik, assistant professor in the Department of Mathematics, received a grant from the Mathematical Association of America (MAA) in the amount of $27,000 to allow a limited number of A&M-Commerce students to participate in a summer math program entitled the National Experience for Undergraduates Program (NREUP). “The aim of this program is to […]
The Texas A&M University-Commerce Math Department is readying itself for its 2017 Adventures in Math event, which will be coming up Friday, Feb. 17. The AIM event allows high school teachers and students to take part in competitions to win prizes, listen to keynote speakers, visit the university’s Planetarium, go to the library for a […]
Please join 2015-2016 Faculty Fellow Rebecca-Anne Dibbs, PhD, as she presents her faculty fellow project: Student Mindset Changes in Entry-Level Mathematics Courses. This presentation will discuss the fellowship study findings in mathematics courses and offer suggestions for helping students adopt a growth mindset throughout their transition to college. The presentation will be held on Nov. […]
An award in the amount of $150,000, partially funded by the Teacher Quality Grants Program at the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board under the Federal Improving Teacher Quality State Grants Program, is being used this summer to enhance mathematics and science content knowledge and pedagogical skills of grade 4-6 math and science teachers in high-need […]
As a part of the innovative New Mathways Project, Texas A&M University-Commerce is pleased to sign a Mathways Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Brookhaven College, Cedar Valley College, Collin College, Eastfield College, El Centro College, Kilgore College, Mountain View College, Navarro College, North Lake College, Richland College and Texarkana College, and Tyler Junior College for […]
Dr. Rebecca Dibbs of the Department of Mathematics has been admitted as a Service, Teaching and Research (STaR) Fellow of the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators for 2015-2016 and has earned a Texas NeXT fellowship. Each year, the fellowship is awarded to only 30 new faculty members in their first or second year of a […]
The Texas A&M University-Commerce Math Department triumphed at the 93rd annual meeting of the Texas Section Mathematical Association of America Calculus Bowl April 11.
Department of Mathematics :: Scholarships
As a mathematics student, you have access to a wide range of scholarships specific to your degree.
Mathematics :: RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS AND GRANTS
Our mathematics faculty are excited to develop your knowledge and skills through research. Opportunities are available for both undergraduate and graduate students. We encourage you to discuss any research interests with your professors.