The Department of Mathematics and Statistics conducts teaching, research and service in many areas within the disciplines of mathematics and statistics. We provide educational opportunities for both traditional and non-traditional students by offering courses in the day and the evening. We offer baccalaureate degree programs with a commitment to teaching courses in the core curriculum. At the undergraduate level, students can opt for no concentration, or choose from concentrations in actuarial science, computer information systems, computer science, decision science, or statistics. At the graduate level, the Department offers a master’s degree and a Ph.D. program with concentrations in mathematics, bioinformatics, and biostatistics.