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The Stevens Calculus System

At Stevens, we do calculus differently. Students learn not only through lectures, but through team problem-solving sessions, self-study projects, and innovative teaching materials. Small class sizes mean that professors are always available for one-on-one meetings, and half-semester courses allow us to design flexible schedules that cater to individual students' needs.

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The Department of Mathematical Sciences conducts cutting-edge research in stochastic systems and optimization, as well as group theory and algebraic cryptography, among other fields.

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Department of Mathematical Sciences

Location On Campus

Kidde Building, Room 219
Hoboken, NJ 07030

Contact Types

p. (201) 216-5449

Department Leaders

Alexei Miasnikov Distinguished Professor, Department Director
Patrick Miller Teaching Associate Professor, Deputy Director