Welcome to the Humboldt State University Mathematics Department!

The Mathematics Department at Humboldt offers strong undergraduate programs in mathematics* and mathematics education.*

In addition, the Department offers a graduate program in mathematical modeling as an option in the Environmental Systems Graduate Program.



The next Mathematics Colloquium will take place on Thursday,
April 17 at 4:00 p.m. with speaker Pete Goetz, Ph.D., giving the talk:


"Fundamental Group, Braids and Circles"


For a description of the colloquium, please go to



The 30th Annual Kieval Lecture is

Tuesday, April 22, 2014, 7:30 p.m.


with Dr. Tim Chartier from Davidson College.


Dr. Chartier will also deliver a Colloquium at 4 p.m.

"Mathematical Celebrity Look-Alikes"


Postcard 2

For the solution to the post card problem, click below:



The 5-year plan for course availability for the Mathematics Department is now available.


Get a PDF copy here:

Math Courses 2013-2018


Please note that Biometrics courses are now listed under Statistics. Some titles have changed. BIOM 333 "Intermediate Statistics" is now STAT 333 "Linear Regression Models."


Read more about the department. . . .


The Department of Mathematics is located on the third floor of the Behavioral and Social Sciences (BSS) Building Room 320. Telephone: (707)826-3143. Fax: (707)826-3140.