The Department of Mathematical Sciences at Ball State University is a vibrant learning community. As a member of this community there is a lot of useful information you may need.
Courses and Schedules
For all undergraduate students, check out a tentative schedule of all undergraduate course offerings (PDF) through Fall 2024. If you’d like to see course descriptions and learn more about program requirements, please see the Course Catalog.
For all graduate students, check out a tentative schedule of all graduate course offerings (PDF). If you’d like to see course descriptions and learn more about program requirements, please see the Graduate Catalog.
Student Activities and Opportunities
Ball State Council of Teachers of Mathematics
BSCTM is an organization for anyone with a major in mathematics education or elementary education with a mathematics focus.
Gamma Iota Sigma
The Phi Chapter at Ball State University is a student-led chapter of an international fraternal organization founded in 1965 for students interested in Actuarial Science, Risk Management, and Insurance.
This journal is for undergraduate research in the mathematical sciences. It is a forum for student activities which are not necessarily original research but go beyond standard classroom material.
You can work on campus in the Learning Center as a tutor or supplemental instruction leader or in the community as a private tutor to elementary, middle school, or high school students. You'll be developing important communication skills while you earn money. All tutors working at the Learning Center need to have at least a 3.0 grade point average. Apple through the university's Career Center
Students who complete Departmental Honors requirements will earn the designation "Departmental Honors in Mathematical Sciences" on their official university records. This achievement will be properly noted in the commencement program and in departmental records.
Licensure and Teaching Major Decision Points