NYU Math Undergraduate Program
Bryan Nelson was ranked as a top presenter in the 2014 International Research Conference. More than 100 high school, undergraduate, and graduate students presented their research at this conference and Bryan was one of 24 to be ranked as a Superior Presenter. His research was titled “Vital Improvements to the Youth Risk Behavior Study: A Logical Approach.” Bryan received a certificate, a medal, and a nomination to join Sigma Xi.
The undergraduate division of the Department of Mathematics offers a wide variety of courses in pure and applied mathematics taught by a distinguished faculty with a tradition of excellence in teaching and research. Most of the faculty is associated with the University’s Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, noted for its advanced training and research programs.
New Study Finds Mathematicians land top spot of best and worst occupations in the U.S. Read about the study in the Wall Street Journal
***Students please note that if you enroll as a Mathematics Major in Fall 2012 or after there are some new major requirements. Please note that these are under the old requirements, noted with ** at the beginning and end of the sentence, as well as bolded and italicized**.
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