Welcome to the Kutztown University Department of Mathematics. While part of a large university, our department offers a small community atmosphere. In particular, our focus is squarely on our students. Our excellent faculty members are dedicated to providing learning opportunities both in class and through individual undergraduate research experiences. From freshman level Calculus to the capstone Senior Seminar, small class sizes encourage personalized attention from our faculty. We offer a wide variety of upper-level courses that allow and encourage students to pursue their interests and widen their horizons.
Our graduates pursue many different paths after graduation. Some attend graduate school, while others work for major corporations around the world. Many become teachers, often here in the Lehigh Valley or Berks County.
Please use the links to the left to learn more about our department, Kutztown University, and opportunities in Mathematics. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us.
Have fun solving our Mathematics Problem of the Week!
Kutztown Mathematics: By the Numbers
- 13.5 - the average 300+ level class size Spring 2014
- 24 - the number of mathematics faculty
- 25 - the average class size across all mathematics courses for Spring 2014
- 5283 - the number of students enrolled in mathematics courses during the 13-14 academic year
News from the Department of Mathematics
Congratulations to the 2014-2015 Department of Mathematics graduating seniors and award winners! For more pictures of the awards ceremony, please visit our news page.
Professor Randy Schaeffer passed away unexpectedly in October 2014. Please click here to view a tribute to Professor Schaeffer from his colleagues in the Department of Mathematics
Jesse Bailey, Zach Moran, and Ian Tomes won the 6th annual Cumberland Valley Math Modeling Challenge held at Shippensburg University on September 27, 2014!
For more news, please visit our news page.
The Imitation Game will be shown in the MSU Alumni Auditorium
August 27-28 at 8pm
August 29-30 at 2pm and 8pm
Gathering for math students and faculty
Topic: Math events and opportunities for students
Thursday, September 3
11 am in Lytle 214
Discrete Math Seminar
Project ideas for students
Friday, September 4
11:00 am in Lytle 136