The Department of Mathematics & Statistics (MS) is one of three academic departments within the College of Sciences & Technology at the University of Houston-Downtown. The department offers broad-based studies in mathematics and statistics, which prepares students for an array of careers requiring advanced skills in quantitative reasoning. The MS department carries out this mission by providing educational opportunities for students through small classes, opportunities for independent study and research, and a senior project.
Department of Mathematics & Statistics
University of Houston-Downtown
One Main Street, Room S705
Houston, TX 77002
Why Mathematics & Statistics at UHD?
The Department of Mathematics & Statistics is dedicated to providing students a quality education that will prepare them for rewarding careers through:
- faculty mentoring
- undergraduate research experience
- commitment to student success beyond graduation
- active student organizations
- smaller class sizes
- interdisciplinary collaborations with CSET and NS faculty at UHD
The department also provides flexible learning options. On-campus classes, online courses, hybrid courses, and weekend courses are available to accommodate students that work and commute.
In conjunction with the Department of Urban Education, the Department of Mathematics and Statistics offers preparation for teacher certification. Our degree programs in MS also provide the foundation for those students interested in pursuing graduate degrees.
Mathematics & Statistics Undergraduate Programs
The MS degree programs offer a variety of specialized concentrations in each degree program and in several minors, to help students obtain the most from their degrees.
Our innovative classes lead to high-demand careers. Choose your degree plan today.
Mathematics & Statistics Student Resources
Student resources assist students with making the most out of their college experience. To learn more information, please click the links below.
Mathematics & Statistics Student Organizations
Mathematics & Statistics Student Opportunities
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