The Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics is a rigorous introduction to the discipline of mathematics.

Students work together on their mathematical modeling project.

Students in this program will be exposed to both applied and theoretical mathematical ideas.

This program prepares students to enter graduate school for further study or to seek employment in fields that value people with well-honed quantitative and problem-solving skills.

All About Mathematics at ESU

What do students learn to do?

Throughout coursework and non-classroom activities, students learn how to:

All About Mathematics at ESU

What do students learn to do?

Throughout coursework and non-classroom activities, students learn how to:

Career Opportunities

Mathematics B.A. students have pursued a variety of career and continuing education opportunities including:

  • Data Analyst, Veracity Forecasting Group
  • Graduate Student M.S. in Data Science at Eastern University
  • Lead Data Scientist, Charter Communications
  • Data Scientist, Valen Analytics
  • Statistical Programmer I, INC Research
  • Statistical Programmer, Chiltern
  • Graduate Student, M.A. in Mathematics, Villanova University
  • Graduate Student, Ph.D. in Mathematics, Florida State University

Hands-on Learning

The aquaponics demonstration project in the EcoZone at the Pocono Environmental Education Center.

All math majors participate in a service-learning project and many BA math majors take advantage of the opportunity to work one-on-one with a professor on a topic of their choice.

  • In Spring 2019, the math modeling students explored the economic viability of aquaponics farming for the Pocono Environmental Education Center. They worked together to learn about the types of crops and fish that could be successfully grown and marketed using aquaponics. They developed an Excel spreadsheet to calculate the cost/revenue and profit/loss of particular systems.
  • All freshman math students take MATH 150 Mathematical Investigations which provides exposure to college-level mathematics beyond calculus. It includes many opportunities for students to work together on hands-on projects. There is a data visualization based service-learning project in the course.

Independent Study Opportunities

Math majors have unfettered access to faculty members.

  • Got an idea you want to pursue? There's a faculty member willing to work with you on it.
  • Got a graduate program in mind with a particular focus? There's a faculty member available to help you learn more about it.

In recent years students have worked one-on-one with professors on combinatorics, abstract algebra II, topology, real analysis, and complex analysis.

Innovative Faculty

Mathematics faculty members enjoy working with students who want to explore mathematical topics that aren’t covered in the standard curriculum.

Learn more about ESU and the Mathematics major.

Contact Us

For more information on the programs offered in the Mathematics department, please contact

Contact Information

Campus Address
Science & Technology 118
(570) 422-3447
(570) 422-3899 (Fax)
Title of Department Leader
Department Chair
Olivia Carducci
(570) 422-3444