Mathematics Advising

CNS MPA Advising Center

The College of Natural Science's Mathematics, Physics, and Astronomy (MPA) Advising Center provides comprehensive advising services for students.

 

Professional Advisors

The Mathematics Advising Center is staffed by three professonal advisors, who are available during normal business hours. These advisors can run degree audits, assist with course and degree planning, and offer general advice about University rules, and opportunities in the University.

You can stop in the center in RLM 4.101, or call (512) 471-0900. You can also email the center mpaadv@uts.cc.utexas.edu.

 

Faculty Advisors

The Mathematics Faculty Advisors are available to answer your questions about degrees, careers, graduate school, planning appropriate courses, or discuss student requests about math degrees. For the advisor's hours, check RLM 4.101, or call (512) 471-0900 or email the center at mpaadv@uts.cc.utexas.edu.  The Undergraduate Mathematics Faculty Advisors are Drs. Jennifer Mann Austin and Dave Rusin (honors).

 

Degree Advisors

Specialty Advisor: Actuarial Science
Professor Mark Maxwell
Office: RLM 11.166
Phone: (512) 471-7168
Email: maxwell@math.utexas.edu
Degree Home Page: http://www.utexas.edu/depts/acs/

Specialty Advisor: Applied Mathematics
 
The advisor for this degree is the Faculty Advisor; see above

Specialty Advisor: Mathematical Sciences, Scientific Computation
Professor Todd Arbogast
Office: RLM 11.162
Phone: (512) 471-0166
Email: arbogast@math.utexas.edu

Specialty Advisor: Mathematical Sciences, Statistics, Probability, Data Analysis
The advisor for this degree is the Faculty Advisor; for appointments, see above
Degree Home Page

Specialty Advisor: Pure Mathematics
The advisor for this degree is the Faculty Advisor; see above

Specialty Advisor: Teaching Degrees
Dr. Mark Daniels
Office: RLM 10.114
Phone: (512) 475-9145
UTeach Home Page

Undergraduate Ombudsman

The Undergraduate Ombudsman is available to take complaints about Mathematics. This is the first person to see to try and resolve conflicts with your mathematics professor. For the Ombudsman's hours, check RLM 4.101, or call (512) 471-0900 or email the center at mpaadv@uts.cc.utexas.edu.

Links to Online Information Jobs:

American Mathematical Society site: http://www.ams.org/careers/