Northern Michigan University is a comprehensive state
supported institution of approximately 9,500 students and 300
faculty located in the city of Marquette on the shore of Lake
Superior. With a population of approximately 20,000, Marquette
is the largest city in the Upper Peninsula and is a regional
center of culture, commerce, and medicine. The area is
strikingly beautiful and offers adventuresome outdoor activities
in all seasons.
The Department is located in the Seaborg Science Complex,
which opened in 2001 and is considered by many to be among the
finest science facilities in the Midwest. Each classroom is a
hands-on, interactive learning environment that will give you
the best education available.
The Department offers undergraduates degrees in Mathematics,
Mathematics Education (secondary and elementary), Computer
Science, and Network Computing.
The Department offers a Master of Science in Mathematics
There are about 160 undergraduates and 19 graduates enrolled
in our programs.
The Department employs 21 full-time faculty, two staff
members, and as many as 12 adjunct instructors.
Department faculty perform research in a variety of areas,
which results in more than 50 scholarly publications each year.
Our faculty are innovators in education and leaders in
technology development and service.