For Prospective Undergraduate Students

Considering Mathematics at Iowa?

The Mathematics Department at the University of Iowa is dedicated to a mission of research, graduate, and undergraduate education in pure and applied mathematics, and support of the education of students in engineering, science, and the liberal arts.

Department Chair: Prof. Ryan Kinser
Graduate Director: Prof. Xiaoyi Zhang
Undergraduate Director: Prof. Yangbo Ye
Applied Math and Computer Science (AMCS) Director: Prof. Laurent Jay
Phone: 319-335-0714

> For maps and directions, visit our About page.

Resources for Students and Parents

Future Students
Arranging a Campus Visit
Academic Advising Center
Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science?
University of Iowa Undergraduate Admissions
Math Tutorial Lab
Financial Aid & Scholarships
Sonia Kovalevsky High School Mathematics Day

For Families

Area lodging
Area restaurants
Area coffee shops
Area attractions
Places of worship
Museums on the Pentacrest
Visiting the Old Capitol
Hawkeye sports

Useful Resources

3 paths to a bachelor's degree at UI
What can I do with a math degree?
Post-graduation data (median salary for math - $65K)
Math course sequence (a flowchart)
Undergraduate Handbook 
Placement Assessment
Iowa High Schools-to-Regent Universities Mathematics Transition Guide

University of Iowa  |  College of Liberal Arts & Sciences  |  Department of Mathematics

The University of Iowa was founded on February 25th, 1847.