USF SMART Lab
The Department of Mathematics and Statistics offers the following undergraduate degree programs*:
The undergraduate courses offered by the Department cover a wide range of topics in math and statistics. The Department is committed to excellence in undergraduate instruction and continually seeks to employ evidence-based best practices in its pedagogy. Each 1000-level course follows the Emporium Course Model by incorporating computer-aided instruction and using USF’s SMART Lab. Sections of first-semester calculus courses regularly use Peer Leaders to implement the POGIL model of student learning. Peer Leaders are undergraduates who meet with students once a week and guide them through inquiry-based learning activities.
For further information about our programs, please contact the undergraduate advisor for mathematics and statistics, Ms. Atiya Jackson.
Math and Statistics majors are encouraged to regularly check with Ms. Jackson and DegreeWorks to ensure that satisfactory progress is being made toward earning a degree.
* All information posted on the math/stat website is kept as up-to-date and accurate as possible, but for the final word on degree requirements, please consult the appropriate undergraduate course catalog.↵