College of Science, Engineering, & Technology

Mathematics Department


We offer small class sizes and many opportunities to work closely with your professors and fellow students on real-world research projects in cutting-edge fields. Whether you are interested in landing a successful analytical career with your bachelor’s degree, becoming a high-school math teacher, or going on to graduate school in math or a related field, our department has a degree program tailored to your needs.

Faculty & Staff

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Math Tutoring Center

Do you need help with your math class?
Visit our Math Tutoring Center in the basement of the Snow Math & Science Center (SNOW).

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Courses Offered

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Which math class should I take?

Struggling to find the right class for you? The math department is dedicated to streamlining student pathways and working to improve course placement. Take a look at our placement resources to make sure you are on the right path for your needs and goals.

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Math Degrees

BA/BS Mathematics

Math majors will develop basic computational skills, mathematical processes, and knowledge that leads to real-life applications, modeling and problem-solving. This degree helps students’ master mathematical competencies for future careers in areas such as Cryptographer, Statistician, operations research analyst, algorithms engineer, or market researcher.

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BA/BS in Mathematics Education

Math Education majors will prepare to teach mathematical concepts to students at intermediate, middle or high schools.

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BA/BS Applied & Computational Mathematics

With three emphases in Actuarial Science, Data Analytics, or Scientific Computing, we will prepare students for a wide range of job opportunities. Students with an emphasis in Actuarial Science will be prepared for a broad array of employment as mathematicians, actuaries, operations research analysts, statisticians, and jobs in the education sector.

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Mathematics Minors

Earn a minor in either Mathematics or Mathematics Education by completing 24-26 credits in addition to your baccalaureate degree.

Mathematics Minor

Mathematics Education Minor

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We make learning fun

We provide opportunities for our community and students of all ages to get involved in our STEM programs and events. Visit the links to learn more.

Stem Outreach Center
Utah Tech PREP

Still have questions?

Visit FAQs or contact our main office 134 in the SNOW Building at 435-652-7984


Our Mission

The Utah Tech University Mathematics Department seeks to help students achieve their academic, career, and life goals, including those related to basic computational skills, mathematical processes, and knowledge that develops real-life applications, modeling and problem-solving. The Department’s comprehensive and integrated offerings help students master mathematical competencies for future career and educational endeavors. These goals applied with DSU’s mission promote a campus-wide culture of learning.

Utah Tech’s mission to offer baccalaureate programs “in core or foundational areas consistent with four-year colleges” mandates that the University deliver a degree in mathematics.  This discipline is profoundly instrumental to the development of skills in quantitative reasoning, logic, analysis, and critical thinking; which are widely recognized skills at the heart of education. Our robust mathematics program is essential in preparing students in other programs such as nursing and allied health careers, business, accounting and finance, computer science, and information technology. The Math Department strives for excellence in training students in these areas vitally important to the economic health of their community. Providing this positive community impact is consistent with a key element of UT’s mission to, “foster economic growth and a continuum of educational, cultural and recreational enrichment.” (UT Mission Statement, 2013)

Program Learning Outcomes

  • Employ mathematical techniques in computational problems.
  • Students will interpret mathematical models.
  • Construct quantitative, logical arguments.
  • Students will apply mathematical knowledge to real-world problems.
  • Communicate in the mathematical language through the use of proper notation and terminology.
  • Students will explore and analyze mathematical concepts, using technology as appropriate.




McKay Sullivan

Department Chair


Phone: 435-652-7647

Office: Snow 134B

Shandi Stiner Navarro

Administrative Assistant


Phone: 435-652-7984

Office: Snow 134

Kathryn Ott

Mathematics Advisor


Phone: 435-879-4253

Office: SET 321