The Department of Mathematics at Southeast Missouri State University has been committed to helping students and assisting alumni since the 1890s.
In choosing to study mathematics at Southeast you will learn from a dedicated group of caring faculty who will nurture your abilities and challenge you to succeed.
Our department offers undergraduate Baccaleaurate degrees in pure mathematics, applied mathematics/statistics, actuarial science, and mathematics education and a graduate Masters of Natural Science degree in mathematics. Our faculty are all accomplished teachers and researchers with expertise in analysis, algebra, combinatorics, differential equations, geometry, mathematics education, statistics and topology.
The department is home to the John William Ueleke and Margaret Ritter Ueleke Mathematics Computer Labs.
Our majors are actively involved in two student-run organizations, the Math Club which meets twice a month during Common Hour and SAME (Student Association for Mathematics Educators) which meets twice a month during Common Hour. All interested students are welcome!
The department hosts the MCTM Elementary Mathematics Competition and the Math Field Day each spring.
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The Math Placement Information link takes you to detailed information about your initial placement in a math course at Southeast and your options if you believe you should be placed in a different math course.
Solutions are due by noon on Thursday, November 30, 2017, in Johnson Hall 201 (Mathematics Office). Include your name, Southeast email address and student ID number on the solution. Three correct solutions will be randomly chosen to receive Starbucks gift cards.
The October Problem of the Month gift card winners are Arham Chowdhury, Andrew Crutcher and Dhanurja De Silva. An additional correct solution was submitted by Zirou Qiu.
Johnson Hall 201