The Mathematics Program Offers Weekly Seminars

The Mathematics Program Offers Weekly Seminars

Opportunity for One-On-One Assistance

Opportunity for One-On-One Assistance

Stockton's mathematics (MATH) program offers B.A. and B.S. degrees with several concentrations. Students are encouraged to take both pure and applied mathematics courses. The program offers weekly seminars with presenters from other colleges, industries, alumni as well as presenters from the Stockton community including students. Faculty offer independent study projects for students who want to focus on a particular area or specialty.

The mathematics curriculum offers training in a wide range of employment possibilities including Finance, Statistics, Computer Science, Cryptography, Science and Engineering, Teaching, and Graduate School. Graduates report consistently high job satisfaction.

Program Features 

  • Small class sizes
  • All courses beyond introductory level taught by full-time program faculty holding doctoral degrees from highly respected institutions
  • Many opportunities for one-on-one assistance from faculty
  • Math majors have program faculty as academic advisors
  • Graduates pursue advanced study, K-12 teaching, actuarial science, employment in the private sector, and employment in state and federal government
  • Broad training in theoretical and applied mathematics provided together with ample opportunities to specialize.


Mathematics Alumni Spotlights

Alumni Success



Get Involved

The Math Club welcomes all Stockton students with an interest in mathematics. A typical meeting features a guest speaker to showcase career paths available in mathematics. 


Essential Learning OutcomesLearn more about the MATH program ELO's. These essential learning outcomes guide all Stockton University students from first-year through graduation to the intellectual and marketable talents needed to prepare for personal and professional success in the 21st century.