As a Mathematics major at MSUM, you’ll gain valuable real-world experience outside of the classroom when you join organizations, attend conferences, and conduct research with peers and professors. By participating in these experiential learning opportunities, you’ll build a powerful resume and significantly expand your knowledge while having fun.
As part of Math Club, you’ll discover just how much fun math can be. Math Club provides a social venue for you to discuss, learn and teach math at biweekly meetings, social gatherings and community activities. You’ll also hear from guest speakers, including professors who discuss their research interests and alumni working in the industry, teaching or attending graduate school.
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The Pi Mu Epsilon conference for undergraduate mathematics majors has been held at Saint John’s University in April every year since 1979. The conference features a nationally renowned speaker as well as opportunities for students to present their undergraduate research projects and to interact with other students from the region.
You are encouraged to apply for a research experience for undergraduates (REU) to enhance your education and explore your interests outside of the classroom. Students who’ve recently completed REUs have studied topics ranging from pattern avoidance in double lists to king placements on hexagonal chessboards.
Interested in living and learning with students pursuing degrees similar to yours? The STEM Learning Community gives you opportunities to connect with faculty, engage in study groups, and discover research options. This Learning Community is open to those majoring in physics, physic education, math, math education, construction management, computer science, computer information systems, computer information technology, chemistry and chemistry education.