Current Undergraduate Students
The TCU Department of Mathematics offers both a Bachelor of Science and a Bachelor of Arts degree, as well as an actuarial concentration. Click on the links on the right for more information.
Be sure to read our helpful advising tips before enrolling in your spring classes!
You can see a schedule of the classes we will be offering over the next several years.
Are you interesting in graduate study in the mathematical sciences? Visit the American Mathematical Society (AMS) web site to learn more!
The TCU Math Clinic is online for the remainder of the semester, and is open 9:00 am – 3:30 CDT Monday through Friday. To access the Math Clinic, go to the TCU Math Clinic link and enter your TCU username and password. This will put you in contact with one of our tutors via Zoom. If you don’t have Zoom and you are a TCU student, you can download it at https://tcu.zoom.us/.
The TCU Math Club is a club hoping to foster a greater understanding and appreciation of mathematics, to encourage undergraduate activity in math research and mathematical experiences, and to provide a social and intellectual forum for all students interested in mathematics. Any student interested in Mathematics is welcome to join! You DO NOT have to be a Math major to join; you just need to love Math! This organization will host events such as: problem solving tasks, puzzles, student talks, guest talks, board game nights, information sessions, movie nights, study hour, peer tutoring, and other mathematical activities. Click here for information on upcoming events!