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Are you a natural problem solver? Maybe you excel at logic and reasoning. Whatever your goals, a degree in Mathematics from University of Detroit Mercy is a great place to start!




Great Things At Detroit Mercy

  • Our flexible class schedule (8 a.m. to 12:45 p.m., 1 to 4 p.m. and 5 to 9 p.m.) makes this program accessible to traditional and nontraditional students alike.
  • Extensive computer labs make it easy to find a space to use professional software and gain experience with the tools used in research and industry.
  • Small class sizes — our average student-to-teacher ratio is 11:1; that means plenty of individualized attention aimed at making sure our students succeed.
  • In the tradition of our Jesuit and Mercy sponsors, Detroit Mercy offers a well-rounded education. We don’t just teach engineering; we create community leaders.

Your Boundless Future

Math is more than just using calculators and memorizing formulas. With a mathematics degree, you’ll be able to help decipher research and industrial discoveries. It’s a background valued in space exploration, climate study, medicine, national security, and finance.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics has consistently found mathematics based occupations to have median wages well above average and strong growth in the number of available positions. Visit the Bureau of Labor Statistics for current data on these professions.


Contact Info

Dr. Lazaros Kikas
Associate Professor of Mathematics

Featured alumnus

Brandon Herzog

Brandon Herzog '12

"The University of Detroit Mercy plays a vital role in the success I have achieved in my career. Detroit Mercy is a personable school and the Mathematics and Software Engineering department took great care to personally guide and teach me to achieve success. It is because of the faculty and staff that I have received the opportunities that I have today and found enrichment and growth in myself and my career. Detroit Mercy produces top-quality mathematicians, teachers and software engineers."

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