Math and Statistics

Mathematical and statistical research plays a central role in leading university initiatives at ASU, with faculty who embrace the challenge of teaching mathematics to students with a wide variety of backgrounds, abilities and needs. Along with ASU's School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences and School of Mathematical and Natural Sciences, associated ASU centers, faculty, students and staff serve more than 30,000 undergraduates each year, providing quality instruction and mentorship.

Three interdisciplinary research centers at ASU serve as research accelerators, offering a range of collaborative studies and rich learning opportunities for K-12 students, undergraduates and educators throughout the nation:

Mathematics and statistical sciences at ASU is truly a vibrant community of scholars who are learning about and solving some of the most interesting theoretical and applied mathematical problems of our time and mentoring the next generation of leaders.

The New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences combines a small-college experience on ASU's West campus with the benefits of a top-tier research endeavor.
PRIME was recognized with the 2012 Outstanding Afterschool Programs Award from the Arizona Center for Afterschool Excellence.
School of Mathematical and Natural Sciences offers a solid base of scientific and mathematical knowledge, proficiency in scientific inquiry and access to careers that value and apply these skills to life situations.
ASU's School of Mathematics and Statistical Sciences offers quality instruction that leads to bachelors, masters and doctoral degrees in applied mathematics, theoretical mathematics, mathematics education, and statistics.
Our center emphasizes the training of students from diverse backgrounds whose knowledge base allows them to contribute to solution-building at the interface of biological, environmental, and social sciences.
Spatial Analysis Research Center (SPARC)