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University of Colorado Denver College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

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Why Mathematical and Statistical Sciences

A multitude of programs and research opportunities

Why Math

The Department of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences at the University of Colorado Denver offers applied mathematics degrees and certificate programs through coursework, research and collaboration.

We are located at the base of the Rocky Mountains in Denver, Colorado, and invite you to learn more about our department, our innovative faculty, and our dynamic students.

What you can do with a Liberal Arts degree  

What you can do with a Mathematical and Statistical Sciences degree?

Apart from the specialized mathematical skills that you acquire, the degree also reflects general skills that are valued by many employers. These skills include problem solving, critical thinking, analysis, facility with data, the ability to process quantitative information, and perhaps most important of all, the ability to learn new skills and concepts quickly.

For more information about careers in Mathematics with a BS, click here.
For more information about careers with a MS or PhD, click here.


Mathematical and Statistical Sciences Department Faculty

Our faculty have varied research interests including computational biology, computational mathematics, discrete mathematics, numerical analysis, operations research, optimization, probability and statistics. All faculty not only teach unique courses, but are consistently working on research projects and collaborations with numerous businesses.

Click here to learn more about the research our faculty are conducting.


Mathematical and Statistical Sciences Department Students

University of Colorado Denver Department of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences students not only choose from varied course offerings, but are given opportunities to conduct research and work on interdisciplinary team-based projects.

Find out what our students are researching, here. To view and download our alumni Master's and PhD theses, click here​.