Humboldt State University



The Mathematics Department at Humboldt offers a strong yet flexible curriculum designed to portray both the beauty and importance of mathematics. Students are treated as individuals. Upon completion of a mathematics major, a student should feel better equipped to be a participant in a scientifically complex environment. From a subjective point of view, the graduate should have an improved grasp of the art and beauty of rational reasoning and discourse, both as an observer and participant. From an objective point of view, the graduate should have acquired skills which, alone or in combination with others, will enhance both understanding of and performance in the scientific world. Furthermore, he/she will either be prepared to pursue a career in an area related to mathematics or to embark upon a course of study leading to an advanced degree. In addition, the Mathematics Department offers a graduate program in mathematical modeling within the context of the masters degree in Environmental Systems. The graduate courses in applied mathematics emphasize mathematical modeling of renewable natural resources and environmental systems.


Humboldt State University
1 Harpst Street
Arcata, CA 95521
Dr. Tyler Evans, Project Director
Phone: 707-826-3217

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