The Department of Mathematics and Statistics offers major programs
leading to both the B.A. and B.S. in Mathematics and a B.S. program
Within B.A./B.S. programs in Mathematics the
following Areas of Concentration are available:
Concentration in Graduate Study
Concentration in Applied Mathematics
Concentration in Optimization and Operations Research
Concentration in Actuarial Science
Concentration in Statistical Sciences
Concentration in Mathematical Education
Within the B.S. program in Statistics, the Department offers the
following two tracks:
Mathematical Statistics Track
Applied Statistics Track
Students in other departments may pursue a minor or a second major in
Mathematics or Statistics.
Questions on Mathematics and Statistics Foundations Courses
Questions about 100 or 200 level Mathematics and Statistics Courses
(pre-requisites, problems signing up for a course, etc.) should be directed
to the instructor of the course.
The evaluation of transfer credits is coordinated by the Registrar's Office
and you would need to submit the Transfer Credit Form there.
The following list has some useful links.
Process to Declare/Change to Mathematics/Statistics Major/Minor
For general questions on the Mathematics or Statistics programs,
contact one of the points of contact below.
Students interested in declaring a Mathematics or Statistics major or minor
should fill out the
ge of Major Form from the Registrar's Office and submit it to the
Departmental Coordinator Ms. Janet Burgee in MP 404.
Ms. Burgee will then forward your completed Change of Major Form to the
Registrars Office and assign you a Mathematics/Statistics Advisor.
Process to Declare/Change to Mathematics/Statistics Major
Undergraduates are encouraged to become involved in the Council of Majors
UMBC Chapter of Pi Mu Epsilon, the Honorary National Mathematics
Advising for Majors/Minors and General Questions
For general questions on the Mathematics or Statistics programs, contact one
of the points of contact below. Current Mathematics or Statistics majors and
minors can locate the name of their academic advisor on the bulletin board
across from the Math/Statistics Office in MP 410 or in myUMBC in the
Advising and Student Support topic under My Advisors. All students who have
been assigned an advisor should make appointments directly with that faculty
member. Students who wish to switch advisors should contact Ms. Janet Burgee
at the below email address. The following links and forms are a resource
during advising meetings.
Points of Contact
Program Coordinator: Ms. Janet Burgee
Location: Math/Psychology Building, Room 404
Mathematics Program Advisor: Dr. Kalman Nanes
Location: Math/Psychology Building, Room 439
Statistics Program Advisor: Dr. Elizabeth Stanwyck
Location: Math/Psychology Building, Room 408