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Department of Mathematics ∏ Ω ≠ % ∞ ≈ ≥ $. 2084 East Hall Phone: 763-4223 Web: www.math.lsa.umich.edu. 5 Concentration Programs within Mathematics. Pure Mathematics Honors Mathematics Mathematical Sciences Actuarial Mathematics and Finance and Risk Management

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department of mathematics

Department of Mathematics∏ Ω ≠ % ∞ ≈ ≥ $

2084 East Hall

Phone: 763-4223

Web: www.math.lsa.umich.edu

5 concentration programs within mathematics
5 Concentration Programs within Mathematics
  • Pure Mathematics
  • Honors Mathematics
  • Mathematical Sciences
  • Actuarial Mathematics and Finance and Risk Management
  • Teaching Certificate
  • And…Don’t Forget our Math Minor!
did you know
Did you know?
  • The Department of Mathematics at the University of Michigan is consistently ranked as one of the top Math Departments in the country.
  • Our student body consists of approximately 435 Concentrators and 219 Minors.
did you know1
Did you know?
  • Graduates from our program have gone on to successful careers in law, medicine, politics, and business, as well as every aspect of science, computer science, technology and, of course, mathematics.
  • Math majors are consistently ranked first or second* on GMAT/LSAT/MCAT/GRE performance. Percentages above the mean for math majors:
    •  LSAT   - 4.4%   (2003/2004)
    • GMAT - 10.8% (2000-2006)
    • MCAT - 7.4% (2008)
    • GRE - 17.6% (2002)

*Math Majors rank second only occasionally to Physics Majors, a good compliment to a Math degree!

enhance your math degree with a double concentration math
Enhance your Math Degree with a Double Concentration: Math &…
  • Biology
  • Linguistics
  • Chemistry
  • Physics
  • Economics
  • Romance Languages
  • Political Science
  • Just to name a few…
or consider a dual degree
Or Consider a Dual Degree…
  • College of Engineering
  • School of Music
  • Business School
undergraduate activities
Undergraduate Activities
  • Colloquiums
  • Competitions

- Putnam Mathematical Competition

- (UM)2C25

- Virginia Tech Regional Mathematics Competition

  • Research Experience for Undergraduates
  • Internships
  • Conferences
  • Student Actuaries at Michigan
  • And…
math club
Math Club
  • Thursdays at 4:00pm, Nesbitt Commons Room, East Hall
  • Engaging speakers
  • Free pizza and pop
speak with a faculty advisor
Speak with a Faculty Advisor

Find information on

  • Math Majors
  • Math Minors
  • Math Placement
  • Career Paths
  • Course Selection

Appointments are

available online!

mathematics for the future
Mathematics for the Future
  • “Gov. Jennifer Granholm maintains that the new companies she wants to attract – alternative energy, life sciences and advanced, manufacturing firms – won’t move to the state unless it has skilled workers, particularly those with a strong foundation in math.” (Detroit News and Free Press, October 23, 2005)
  • “Math factors into well-paying jobs in state.” (Detroit News and Free Press, October 23, 2005)
  • University of Michigan Mathematics Center for Inquiry Based Learning (IBL) The University of Michigan is one of five universities that have been funded by the Educational Advancement Foundation (EAF), with help from certain key individuals, and substantial “in-kind” support from each of the four universities. The Center Project is based at five of the leading US departments of mathematics: the University of Michigan, Harvard University, the University of California Santa Barbara, the University of Chicago, and the University of Texas. These Centers have been chosen both for their enthusiasm for furthering the principles of IBL, but also for the influential role they play in American education.