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Overview

The Mathematics Program provides students with critical thinking and problem-solving skills by teaching them mathematical and logical structures. These skills enhance students’ abilities to make logical decisions and qualify them for a variety of highly intellectual jobs.

The program offers exceptional opportunities to build strong analytical and quantitative skills in both theoretical and applied mathematics. Working alongside experienced faculty, students take part in research projects, internships, and advanced courses that prepare them for work in sectors such as engineering, education, and finance.

In addition to traditional mathematics courses such as calculus, algebra, analysis, and geometry, we offer a rich list of elective mathematics courses that include cryptography, chaos theory, and graph theory. The program offers a B.A., a B.S., and a minor in mathematics.

Areas of Study

Undergraduate

B.A. in Mathematics

Students must complete or demonstrate the following before declaring a major in Mathematics: A letter of interest sent to the Mathematics Program Director. One of the following: A grade of...

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B.S. in Mathematics

Students must complete or demonstrate the following before declaring a major in Mathematics: A letter of interest sent to the Mathematics Program Director. One of the following: A grade of...

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Minor in Mathematics

One of the oldest academic subjects, mathematics plays an indispensable role in many fields, and new applications of mathematics are continuously being developed. A strong background in mathematics is a...

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B.A. / B.S. in Education - Science Specialization (CHE, BIO, MATH)

Students who are majoring in biology, chemistry, and mathematics can also work their way toward full licensure in teaching and working with students in grades 6-12.

Specialize in Secondary Education

Research

Center for Science and Technology Research (CSTR)
Home to an array of multimillion-dollar laboratories specifically designed for deaf scientists, the Center for Science and Technology Research (CSTR) is a beacon on the Gallaudet University campus. Here, students work side-by-side with world-class deaf faculty across a variety of disciplines including Molecular Genetics, Ecology,...

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Faculty and Staff

Program Director

Mohammad Obiedat

Professor

Faculty and Staff

Gerardo Chacon
Mathematics

Associate Professor

Jason Quinones
Mathematics

Assistant Professor

Christopher Hayes
Mathematics

Assistant Professor

Todd Bonheyo

Lecturer I

Reginald Bess

Lecturer I

Michelle Burke

Lecturer II

Victor Cornejo

Adjunct Faculty II

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Mathematics

Mohammad Obiedat

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