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About the Mathematics Program at TROY

Do you enjoy problem-solving and numeric puzzles? If you appreciate numbers and prefer equations and theorems to novels and paper writing, TROY’s bachelor’s in mathematics may be the perfect degree field for you! The Mathematics Program at Troy University prepares students for exciting careers in mathematical, scientific, and technological fields, as well as preparing future teachers which is our historical role. With quality instruction and opportunities for individual growth and development, students majoring in mathematics at Troy University are prepared for future careers, graduate study and life-long learning.

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“I would tell anyone interested in studying math at TROY to do it! The faculty are excellent and are willing to help. I would also tell them that if it is something they want to do, they will get through it. Chase your dreams now while you can pursue them.”
Caroline Howell | 2021 graduate, Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Physics

Understanding + Support = Success

As you work toward earning your bachelor’s in mathematics, you’ll find yourself a part of a close-knit family of scholars and mathematicians within TROY’s Department of Mathematics. You’ll find that within many of your math courses, you’ll enjoy small class sizes—all of which are taught by caring and dedicated faculty members. Through your coursework, you will continue to grow in your understanding of mathematics and have the opportunities to pursue the topics of study that appeal to you the most.

At TROY, you’ll receive individual attention and sound instruction that promotes investigation, discovery, use of technology, research and tools for life-long learning. Whether you are planning to pursue a graduate-level degree or to begin a successful career in mathematical, scientific, educational, surveying or technological fields, the training you receive at TROY will prepare you for your next step.

Opportunities Await

Outside of the classroom, you’ll have countless opportunities to dive deeper into your preferred areas of mathematics. Whether you choose to join TROY’s Mathematics Club, work on a faculty-mentored project or give a presentation at TROY’s annual MathFest, the work and connections you make outside of the classroom will prepare you for your future career as a strong communicator and trustworthy mathematician. TROY also boasts its own chapter of the National Mathematics Honor Society known as Pi Mu Epsilon. Becoming a member of this prestigious organization will help build your resume. Moreover, as a member of Pi Mu Epsilon, you can receive opportunities to have paid travel expenses to the organization’s national summer conference where you can learn more about your field of study and network with other students and mathematics faculty from across the U.S.
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Mathematics Program Curriculum

While specific courses may vary from year to year, coursework for your mathematics degree may include:
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Mathematics Program Location

For more information about program availability and delivery options, call 1-800-414-5756

Tailor Your Mathematics Degree with a Concentration

The curriculum in the mathematics program includes theoretical and applied courses that allow students to engage in mathematics through discovery, technology, faculty-mentored research projects, and application to real-world problems. 

TROY offers two concentrations within the mathematics program, so you are able to choose the concentration that aligns with your future goals, whether you want to pursue a career in mathematics or further study. You can choose from the following:

  • General Mathematics Concentration
  • Statistics Concentration
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Careers in Mathematics

Mathematics graduates are able to enter the workforce with a wide range of career opportunities available to them ranging from research analysis, to education, to statistics.

Faculty Profiles

Dr. Ken Roblee

Dr. Ken Roblee

Dr. Roblee received degrees from the University of Alabama (B.S.) and Auburn University (M.S., Ph.D.). His primary research area is Graph Theory. He enjoys mentoring student research projects, and advising the Mathematics Club and chapter of the national mathematics honor society. Dr. Roblee primarily teach mathematics major and minor courses.
Dr. Sergey Belyi

Dr. Sergey Belyi

Dr. Belyi received his PhD from the University of South Florida. His research lies in the fields of operator theory, functional analysis, and system theory. His current research project has applications in mathematical physics as well.

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TROY's Department of Mathematics hosted MathFest on the Troy Campus April 13-14.

MathFest sparks new interests, creativity among participants

MathFest, held in John Robert Lewis Hall over the weekend, included various presentations exploring the applications of mathematics, competitions and a browse session. The event, held on Friday evening and most of Saturday, was targeted towards undergraduate students, according to Ken Roblee, chair of the math department. Troy University student Haleigh Moore listens to a…

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