By studying mathematics at Furman, you will be a part of a community of people who value not only the field itself but also liberal arts education and the many enriching opportunities that such an education provides.

Furman’s mathematics program is built for students who thrive on challenges. Our classes are rigorous, but you’ll get plenty of support from teachers, tutors, fellow students, and state-of-the-art facilities. We focus exclusively on undergraduates, which gives our professors more time to interact with you. Our professors are passionate about teaching and devoted to research.

Speaking of research, you’ll have opportunities to participate in undergraduate research projects, present your work at conferences, and possibly publish your results in a research journal. Our liberal arts approach ensures you’ll learn far more than the basics; you’ll understand how to apply reason, logic, and intuition, which are valuable life skills.

We are looking to hire an open-rank tenure-track faculty member with expertise in statistics to begin in Fall 2022.  Applications will be collected through mathjobs.org, where the full position details are posted. Applications received by October 1st, 2021 will receive consideration.

Program Overview

Program Overview

We offer three majors relating to mathematics: Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, and Mathematics-Economics.

Student Experiences

Student Experiences

Discover the experiences of pursuing a mathematics degree at Furman.

Meet our Faculty

Meet our Faculty

Our professors will help you discover mathematics in the classroom and beyond.

Conferences & Events

Conferences & Events

Furman mathematics students enjoy one of the busiest calendars on campus.

Facilities & Resources

Facilities & Resources

Our Mathematics Resources Center (MRC) and Pigeonhole Lounge have more than computers and comfy chairs. They provide a hub for tutoring, studying, and forming lifelong friendships with your fellow students.

  • 26
    Students involved in research projects over last two years
  • 12.4
    Average class size in courses beyond calculus
  • 61%
    Mathematics majors with interdisciplinary or double majors
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