About our Department

The Department of Mathematics and Statistics provides all undergraduate students with an education in mathematics and statistics that will serve as part of a foundation for life-long learning and preparation for graduate study, K-12 teaching, or employment in industry.

CSUMB Math & Stat News

Fall 2015 Calculus Textbook Information

There is a custom link, given below, to buy a cheaper version of the MATH 150: Calculus I and MATH 151: Calculus II textbooks. The same version is offered through the CSUMB bookstore, but is more expensive.

LINK: http://www.cengagebrain.com/course/1-1V230P5

NOTE: MATH 151: Calculus II students can still use the 5th edition, and DO NOT have to purchase the 6th edition.

If you have further questions, please contact your MATH 150: Calculus I or MATH 151: Calculus II instructor.

TITLE: Calculus: Early Transcendental Functions, Loose-leaf Version, 6th AUTHORS: Larson/Edwards
ISBN-10: 1-305-71404-0ISBN-13: 978-1-305-71404-5

In the news

05.07.2015- Lilyana Gross: President's Award for Exemplary Student Achievement 3.20.2015- CSUMB Math Program received California Award of Innovation in High Education 6.11.2014- Math major adds up Harvard research opportunities

Our Programs

The Mathematics & Statistics Department offers three programs for students:

Our mathematics and statistics programs prepare students to analyze complex discipline-based issues, synthesize information from multiple sources and perspectives, communicate skillfully in oral and written forms, and use appropriate technologies.

The flexibility of our programs give students the opportunity to mold their degree to their particular interests. Many of our students pursue careers in industry (e.g. engineering, finance, business), teaching to government service immediately upon graduation. Others continue on to graduate school, then pursue careers in research or university teaching.

Contact math

(831) 582-4118

math@csumb.edu

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Location

Chapman Science Academic Center

Second floor