Mathematics provides tools for explanation and analysis in the physical, engineering, business and social sciences.
For the latest course information please visit the UMass Lowell Online Academic Catalog.
If you have questions about our undergraduate program, contact Prof. James (Kiwi) Graham-Eagle, undergraduate coordinator.
Professional studies courses generally meet in the evenings. Some courses are also available online.
For admissions information, visit the UML admissions site:
UMass Lowell undergraduate students with a 3.0 GPA or better have the opportunity to save time and money by earning a bachelor's and a master's degree in a little as five years. Students can continue from bachelor’s to master’s level studies within their own department. Or students can apply to a program in a different department to create a set of skills to meet emerging needs in the workplace and their own academic interests.
Please refer to the UMass Lowell Graduate Catalog for the latest information about admission, courses, retention, degree and thesis requirements.
The level of instruction ranges from the training of professional mathematicians in upper level graduate mathematics courses to the instruction of students in nontechnical majors. Between these two extreme levels lie the education of future mathematics teachers, scientists and engineers.
We offer master's, professional science master's and doctoral degrees. Read about graduate programs.