There are many resources available for students currently at Towson University, and for prospective students who are considering enrolling at Towson.
For Prospective StudentsIn addition to the links in the For All Students section below, we have some information that will be of interest primarily to prospective students. If you are undecided about your college major, there is a web page that will describe the advantages and benefits of majoring in mathematics. Also there are links to the Admissions and Financial Aid Offices, and information about the Honors College here at Towson University.
For Current StudentsIn addition to the links in the For All Students section below, we have some information that will be of interest only to students who are currently enrolled at Towson university. These include links to the textbooks used in mathematics courses, and information about jobs in the Department of Mathematics that are available to current students. Also there is a link to the Mathematics Tutoring Center which is a free resource to all current Towson University students. Towson University's Office of Technology Services (OTS) maintains a software download web page, where students may download and install programs such as Mathematica, Minitab and other useful programs/utilities. Undergraduate research offers the student an an academic experience rarely available in a regular classroom setting, and the opportunity to work closely with a faculty mentor. Undergraduate research is encouraged and financially supported by both the Fisher College of Science and Mathematics and Towson University.
For All StudentsThe links on this page are to web pages that contain information that is useful to both our current students and to prospective students. Included are pages about the variety of mathematics undergraduate concentrations within the mathematics major program; the two mathematics graduate programs; course descriptions and outlines for all of the undergraduate and graduate mathematics courses we offer; information concerning the Towson University Core Curriculum (GenEd) requirements; links to information about scholarships and award available for mathematics majors; and information on how to transfer courses from other colleges and universities into Towson. The career information web pages are an excellent source of material and further links that provide a wealth of information about careers in mathematics. In addition; there is a link to information about the mathematics placement test, and under the Course Description web page is a link to the Developmental Mathematics Program.
Department of Mathematics

