News and Events:
- Professors, Lecturers and Instructors for Fall Semester classes
- Professor, Lecturer, and Instructor names will be updated on Wings Express as soon as they are assigned to a class.
- If a class lists TBA for the instructor, one has not yet been assigned.
- Check Wings Express periodically for changes.
- Summer Office Hours More information→
- Summer Teaching Schedule More information→
- Weekly Colloquia
- Colloquia will return at the beginning of fall semester
- REMINDER: Registering for Waitlisted Math Classes
- Waitlisted students have 24 hours from the time the email from the registrar is SENT to register for the class.
- If a student misses the 24-hour window, he/she will have to sign back up on the waitlist.
- The waitlist is run by the Registrar's office. The Math & Statistics Department can't change your position or put you back in your previous postion on the waitlist if you miss the registration window.
- 2013-2014 and 2014-2015 Planning Schedules available! More information→
- New! Combined B.S.-M.S. Degree Programs More Information→
FOR PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS:
FOR CURRENT STUDENTS:
Welcome Message from the DEPARTMENT Chair
Welcome to Wright State University's Department of Mathematics and Statistics. Our department provides courses in service of virtually every academic program university wide. We offer undergraduate and masters degrees in mathematics and in statistics. Our experienced and enthusiastic faculty engage in original research in pure and applied mathematics, statistics, and mathematics education. Students frequently pursue directed research alongside faculty.
The links to the left and right will take you to information about our faculty, undergraduate and graduate programs, courses offered, department news and events, and other useful information for students. We encourage prospective students to contact listed advisors for further information about programs of interest.
Mathematics and statistics find important uses in virtually all facets of scientific and commercial activity. They are particularly well-suited as languages for the quantitative analysis of complex problems, whether these problems arise in engineering, biological, economic, or a myriad other contexts. The study of mathematics and statistics is a rewarding endeavor, both personally and professionally. We invite you to explore the world of mathematics and statistics with us.
Dr. Weifu Fang