Student Resources
The Department of Mathematics provides support not only its own majors and programs but also other programs requiring mathematics courses such as engineering, business, and the natural sciences. The department also provides a wide variety of courses for the University's General Education Program.
With this in mind, the Math Department provides assistance for students of all disciplines in order to complete their degrees at UTC. Our majors and graduate students are assigned advisors within the Math Department in order to help them navigate the degree requirements needed to graduate.
Featured below is a Career Map for undergraduates in the Math Department. Career Maps are created as a resource guide for preparation after graduation.
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Placement Criteria, Class Overrides and Advising
How to get a "Step Ahead"
The Math Plaza provides free tutoring for all 1000, 2000 and 3000level mathematics courses. The Math Department also offers the Step Ahead Math Program and the Calculus Prep Camp during the summer in order to assist students who do not meet the minimum Math ACT subscore to take a General Education Math course or Calculus.
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Student Organizations
The Department of Mathematics offers two student organizations for students interested in the field of Mathematics. Each of these organizations host several events throughout the year, including a Sudoku Contest, an Integration Bee, Movie Nights and Pi The Professor.
The Math Club is open to any interested student at UTC interested in Math. Pi Mu Epsilon is the Mathematics Honors Society and eligible students are inducted into Pi Mu Epsilon each spring at the Department's Honor's Day Ceremony.
Undergraduate Research Opportunities

UTC NSF REU Site: Research in Mathematical Analysis

NSF Research Experiences for Undergraduates Sites
Awards and Scholarships
The Department of Mathematics offers several scholarships and awards to outstanding students in the program as well as outstanding incoming freshmen. These scholarships and awards are given out each spring during the department's Honor's Day Ceremony.