Programs of Study

At the Department of Mathematics & Statistics at UMass Lowell, 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 levels lies the education of future mathematics teachers, scientists and engineers, leading to jobs in professions such as education, engineering, finance, actuarial positions, programming and statistics.

Find your place in the Mathematical Sciences Department:

Undergraduate Programs

Graduate Programs

Meet Our Students

UMass student Karina Provost stands wearing a backpack
Karina Provost '22
Mathematical Sciences

As one of three siblings in college, Karina Provost says her family appreciates financial awards, such as the Kennedy Family Merit Scholarship.

Scholarships have been really helpful. They let me focus more on school.
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John Kelly seated in front of a computer.
John Kelly '23
Mathematics

An elective course helped John Kelly ’23 figure out his career interests.

I got a good financial aid package from UMass Lowell when I was admitted, including a merit scholarship from the Immersive Scholars program.
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Eric Roy in a field with a beautiful sky behind him
Eric Roy '22
Meteorology and Mathematics

Eric Roy started doing meteorological research on campus the summer after his freshman year – and then won two research internships with government agencies.

I can’t say enough good things about UML and how they’ve helped me.
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Linh Nguyen
Linh Nguyen
Computer Science & Mathematics

Linh Nguyen developed a cloud-based market data tool — and a newfound interest in financial technology — through her data science experience with the Nasdaq Futures Internship Program.

One of the things I like about computer science is that I can leverage all those little pieces and put them together to make a product that I want.
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Alex Frieden stands at a lectern and speaks into a microphone.
Alex Frieden '09
Mathematics

Alex Frieden found his calling thanks to an elective sociology course.

UMass Lowell hires professors who are there to connect with students, and that really speaks to the university’s character
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