Departmental Advising

The major in mathematics prepares students for a wide variety of careers and is a very broad academic field. In order to better direct students toward a specialization majors in mathematics are required to choose from a variety of concentrations (tracks). In order to better advise students, the advisors are matched to students in particular tracks. If you have general questions about the major, please contact Jim Gleason. If you have questions about your specific program, then please contact the appropriate advisor listed below.

 

 Undergraduate Advisor

Mathematics Majors and Minors
Undeclared / Math Education
Dr. Jim Gleason
328C Gordon Palmer Hall
(205) 348-5293

 

Pure Mathematics

Dr. Martin Evans
317B Gordon Palmer Hall
(205) 348-5301

 

Applied Mathematics – Scientific Computation

Dr. Brendan Ames
316B Gordon Palmer Hall
(205) 348-5155

 

Applied Mathematics – Classical

Dr. Layachi Hadji
308B Gordon Palmer Hall
(205) 348-5153

Applied Mathematics – Optimization

Dr. Min Sun
216A Gordon Palmer Hall
(205) 348-1985

 

Mathematics Statistics – Last Names Beginning A through O

Dr. Jon Corson
333C Gordon Palmer Hall
(205) 348-1965

 

Mathematics Statistics – Last Names Beginning P through S

Dr. Martyn Dixon
312B Gordon Palmer Hall
(205) 348-5154

 

Mathematics Statistics – Last Names Beginning T through Z

Dr. Tim Ferguson
149 Gordon Palmer Hall
(205) 348-1461

 

Econ-Finance Double Major Program

Dr. Pu Wang
213A Gordon Palmer Hall
(205) 348-1991

 

Accelerated Master’s Program

Dr. Kabe Moen
140 Gordon Palmer Hall
(205) 348-1972

The University Scholars Program is intended for gifted and highly motivated candidates for BS degrees at The University of Alabama whose objectives include degrees at the master’s or doctoral level. In the Department of Mathematics, with a closely integrated undergraduate and graduate program, qualified students begin graduate study in their senior year; such a program may lead to simultaneous completion of requirements for both master’s and bachelor’s degrees, each within its specified framework.

Students in the University Scholars Program are classified as undergraduates until they complete requirements for their undergraduate degrees and therefore may not hold graduate assistantships until their classifications are changed to graduate status. At that time, University Scholars will also become eligible for graduate fellowships and scholarships.