Show as: Mobile
Bachelor's degree
Scholarships available
On campus
Inquire for more information

Program description


The mathematics and statistics department faculty are dedicated to its undergraduate, graduate, and post-graduate programs through a passion for teaching, a deep commitment to research and discovery, and by demonstrating significant relevance to a large number of other intellectual fields in science, engineering, economics, and business.

The department strives to nurture and prepare its own students for successful careers in the statistical and mathematical sciences, whether in academic, governmental, or industrial positions. It also strives to provide the foundation for studying and mastering all other fields that use mathematics and statistics.

Program content

  • Problem Solving
  • Bridge Program Math
  • Number and Operations for Elementary School Teachers
  • First-Year Seminar
  • Data, Probability, and Algebra for Elementary School Teachers
  • Math, Music and Acoustics
  • College Algebra
  • Trigonometry
  • Algebra and Trigonometry
  • Geometry and Measurement for Elementary School Teachers
  • Calculus I
  • Calculus II
  • Calculus III
  • Elementary Linear Algebra
  • Discrete Structures
  • Applied Differential Equations I
  • Business Calculus
  • Mathematical Applications for Business
  • Mathematics Major Seminar
  • Putnam Team Seminar
  • Analysis I: Elementary Real Analysis
  • Introduction to Scientific Computing
  • Introduction to Scientific Computing Lab
  • Algebra I: Introduction to Rings and Proofs
  • Combinatorics
  • History of Mathematics
  • Mathematics in the Elementary School
  • Secondary School on Campus
  • Analysis 2: Advanced Analysis
  • Analysis 3: Undergraduate Topics in Analysis
  • Introduction to Complex Analysis
  • Mathematical Theory of Probability
  • Introduction to the Theory of Statistics
  • Introduction to Mathematical Modeling
  • Numerical Methods for Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations
  • Advanced Logic
  • Introduction to Partial Differential Equations I
  • Matrix Theory
  • Algebra II: Introduction to Group Theory
  • Algebra III: Topics in Abstract Algebra
  • Theory of Numbers
  • Foundations of Geometry
  • Seminar in Mathematics
  • Professional Development in Teaching
  • Topics in the Foundations of Mathematics
  • Modeling Flow Transport in Soil and Groundwater Systems
  • Numbers, Operations, and Patterns for the Middle-level Learner
  • Seminar in Secondary School Mathematics
  • Social and Historical Issues in Mathematics and the Middle-Level Learner
  • Connecting Geometry with Problem-Solving for the Middle-Level Learner
  • Mathematics of Change and the Middle-Level Learner
  • Real Variables I
  • Real Variables II
  • Complex Variables I
  • Complex Variables II
  • Mathematical Theory of Probability
  • Introduction to the Theory of Statistics
  • Functional Analysis I
  • Functional Analysis II
  • Topics in Analysis
  • Computational Methods in Applied Sciences I
  • Computational Methods II
  • Computational Methods III
  • Topics in Numerical Analysis
  • Methods of Applied Mathematics I
  • Methods of Applied Mathematics II
  • Advanced Logic
  • Ordinary Differential Equations II
  • Partial Differential Equations II
  • Topics in Applied Mathematics
  • Combinatorial Theory
  • The Theory of Groups
  • Abstract Algebra I
  • Abstract Algebra II
  • Matrix Theory and Combinatorics
  • Topics in Algebra
  • Point-Set Topology
  • Algebraic Topology
  • Differential Geometry
  • Topics in Topology
  • Topics in Combinatorics
  • Seminar in Mathematics
  • Practicum in College Teaching
  • Continuing Registration: On Campus
  • Continuing Registration: Off Campus
  • Enrichment Studies
  • Thesis Research
  • Dissertation Research
  • Internship

Scholarships & funding

Several scholarship options are available. Please check the university website for more information.


  • Expose students to the frontiers of scholarship and creative activity, and the complexities of an interdependent world where mathematics is the common language,
  • Offer a well-rounded academic program to meet the needs of our graduates, giving them skills sought by competitive employers and graduate and post-graduate educational programs,
  • Nurture a learning and working environment that values and manifests diversity, free expression, academic freedom, personal integrity, and mutual respect; and
  • Promote opportunities for personal growth and leadership development for all members of the Mathematics community.

Request info

Want to know more about this program, Mathematics? Fill out the following form and include any questions you have. This information will be sent directly to the school, and a representative will respond to your enquiry.

About this institute

University of Wyoming Logo

University of Wyoming

The University of Wyoming is located in the safe and inviting college town of Laramie, Wyoming. Laramie is a community located about two hours north of the large, metropolitan city of Denver, Colorado. Laramie is nestled in a valley at...

Read more about this school

Contact info

University of Wyoming

1000E University Avenue
82071 Laramie

 Show phone number

Request information

Want to know more about Mathematics? Fill out the following form and we'll pass your details on to a representative from the school, who will respond to your enquiry.


Be the first to write a review!

Career test - find your perfect career

Take our free career test that will match you with programs and careers based on your interests and personality.

Take the test

You may also like...