Bachelor of Science | College of Science and Health Professions
Edinboro University

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Some of the best jobs in the country are reserved for Math majors. That’s because Mathematics prepares you to solve complex problems in a variety of fields, including marketing and research, engineering, sports, healthcare and government services. Graduate school is an option that will take you even farther in your career.

The Edinboro curriculum combines fundamental theory with critical thinking skills and practical experience. As a result, you’ll not just use logical models proposed by others. You’ll be able to create new approaches for the problems and technologies of tomorrow.

Expect to be paid well for your expertise. The median salary for statisticians and mathematicians is approximately $95,000 a year, and the industry expects an annual job growth of at least 25%. That means you’ll be in high demand for decades to come.

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Expert Faculty

Accomplished faculty instruct, guide, and inspire Edinboro students to achieve and lead. EU faculty are recognized for their commitment to student success and creating a personal and engaging academic environment.

Experiential Learning

The Edinboro experience extends well beyond the classroom. EU students prepare for careers and life through opportunities for hands-on learning, collaborative research with faculty, global travel, and internships.

Modern Facilities

Fighting Scots live, work, and play in state-of-the-art facilities on EU’s picturesque 585-acre campus. Located just 20 miles south of Erie, Pennsylvania’s fourth-largest city, Edinboro is bustling with exciting activities.

Develop skills that transfer across many industries.

According to, Statistician is the #1 job in America in 2017. Mathematician is #7 and Actuary is #11.

Take your knowledge into the classroom.

Combine your Mathematics major with your interest in teaching high school. Just use your free electives to take the credits you need for teacher certification. You’ll be able to complete your field experiences and student teaching within four years. In addition to teaching high school, graduates from our Mathematics program work as:

College professors

Math content textbook writers

Learning strategists

It all adds up.

Take a rock solid undergraduate program. Add in the desire to pursue a masters or doctoral degree. It all adds up to alumni success. See what our graduates say about their experiences at Edinboro:

"The support of faculty in the Math department encouraged me to pursue an advanced degree in Mathematics. This allowed me to begin teaching in the mathematics department at Penn State Behrend and opened doors to the completion of my doctorate in mathematics education. Without the support and encouragement of the faculty at Edinboro, these are avenues I may have never explored."

Dr. Courtney Nagle, Class of 2008

"What I enjoyed the most about the faculty is their willingness to go above and beyond for their students, through use of office hours, study tables and even staying after class to answer student inquiries. I have developed the skills and knowledge necessary to further my career in mathematics. I can proudly say that Edinboro’s Math Department fully prepared me for my graduate level studies."

Megan Trinh, Class of 2016, currently finishing a master's in Math, University of Akron

"The variety of professors from different areas of mathematics allows you to explore topics in applied and theoretical mathematics as well as mathematics education. Gaining experience through the variety of classes, exploring and presenting undergraduate research and working in the department, set me above others as I entered my graduate career."

Michael Bellissimo, Class of 2016, currently finishing a master's in Math, University of Akron

"I wasn't sure what to do with a math degree besides teach seventh through twelfth graders. But Dr. Quinn connected me with Larson Texts for an internship that turned into the start of my career. Now that I work at Penn State, I realize that I can use my degree, knowledge and experience to be a mathematician, a project manager or in many other roles."

Kerrie Ferchalk, Class of 2000 - Learning Strategist for Human Resources, Penn State University, State College, PA


Dr. Anne Quinn, Department Chair
Phone: 814.732.2760

Edinboro University

219 Meadville St, Edinboro, PA 16444
Phone: 814.732.2000