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Professions requiring a mathematics degree are routinely ranked in the top ten careers for job satisfaction and demand. Students of Gannon's mathematics program learn theoretical and applied mathematics along with valuable critical thinking skills. Graduates are poised for success in graduate school or as leading professionals in business, government, education and other industries.
Gain real-world knowledge through key mathematics courses including:
Number Theory and Cryptography: Learn the skills needed to encrypt and decrypt messages in the modern age.
Math Modeling: Engage in a semester-long project in partnership with a local non-profit agency to analyze realworld data sets.
Financial Mathematics: Learn about financial applications including interest rates, annuities and bonds and prepare for the FM/2 and IFM/3F actuarial exams.
Students will gain advanced knowledge and skills in the key concepts of mathematics that will enable a range of career and graduate education opportunities. Gannon's mathematics students:
“I’ve enjoyed getting to know the professors personally and the support they give me to take every opportunity possible to learn what it means to be part of the professional mathematics community and to prepare myself for graduate school.”
Phone: 814-871-7240Toll Free: 1-800-426-6668
Office Location:Gitnik Manse162 W. Sixth St.
Christine CedzoAssistant Professor
Patrick HeadleyAssociate Professor
Richard LigoAssistant Professor
David PrierAssociate Professor
Keven BeringerAdjunct Lecturer
Sarah BoserAdjunct Lecturer
Patrick ChadowskiAdjunct Lecturer
Zachary HopkinsAdjunct Lecturer
Joseph KomorekAdjunct Lecturer
Jennifer MalueAdjunct Lecturer
Adam NogajAdjunct Lecturer