Texas Tech University

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREES

B.S. MATHEMATICS

Description

From our economic models to our social media algorithms, from infrastructure to statistics, mathematical principles are the foundation of how we measure, plan, and organize our world. Mathematicians are the problem-solvers we need to make sense of these principles, making them essential in any industry.

EXPLORING MATHEMATICS SOLUTIONS FOR REAL-WORLD PROBLEMS.

The Texas Tech Mathematics and Statistics Department is dedicated to balancing research and high-quality education in order to produce top-level graduates in our field. We are also committed to giving students the chance to explore different areas of application in order to best equip them with marketable skills upon graduation. A degree in mathematics will give you the tools you need to analyze data, explore creative solutions, and impact organizations as they explore modern challenges.

Below you can find a link to the TTU course catalogue, the sequence in which courses are offered and the availability of specific electives may be slightly different on the Costa Rica campus.

 

 

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FACULTY SPOTLIGHT

DR. ANTHONY GRUBER

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF PRACTICE,
MATHEMATICS

Dr. Anthony Gruber received his Ph.D. in mathematics from Texas Tech University in 2019. His research interests lie broadly in the field of differential geometry, where he applies theory and techniques from analysis, topology, and mathematical physics to solve geometric problems. Before coming to Texas Tech-Costa Rica, Gruber was a National Science Foundation Mathematical Sciences Research Institute fellow at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, where he helped develop a method for dimension-reduction in data scientific applications. More recently, he has been interested in the theory and computer visualization of Willmore surfaces and their generalizations, studying their behavior under continuous deformations and applying ideas from conformal geometry to develop finite-element models for their gradient flows. At Texas Tech-Costa Rica, Gruber teaches mathematics courses and directs the mathematics program, with the assistance of department leaders based in Lubbock.

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