Mathematics: Robert Morris University Mathematics | Robert Morris University



For More Information, Contact:

Dave Hudak, Ph.D.  
Department Head, Mathematics
412-397-4056 Phone
412-397-4075 Fax
John Jay 313
Moon Campus


Signature Program

Actuarial Science is a signature program at RMU and is internationally recognized as one of only select few Centers of Actuarial Excellence. Actuaries are leading professionals analyzing risk & forecasting future events using numbers, strong analytical skills, business knowledge and understanding of human behavior.  Actuaries typically work in:

  • insurance
  • independent consulting companies
  • education & government

Actuarial Science:  Actuaries apply mathematical principles and techniques to solve problems in finance, insurance and related fields; involved with every aspect of the insurance industry. Strong mathematical skills and a solid business background are a must. (More information)

Applied Mathematics: This major can lead to rewarding careers in government and industry and also prepares students for graduate study in mathematics or statistics.
(More information BS program, BA program)

Master of Science in Instructional Leadership: The Instructional Leadership master's degree is designed for K-12 teachers to advance their careers. This program allows them to build on what they have already learned and advance professionally, demonstrating instructional and leadership skills that are a cut above the rest.
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Minor, Mathematics: (More information)

The actuarial science program at Robert Morris University is dedicated to the integration of liberal arts and business education with the mathematical foundations of actuarial science. Our goal is to produce graduates with the cultural and civic awareness, as well as the technical proficiency and analytical skill, to lead full and productive lives in both the professional and the personal spheres. 

Actuarial Science is a signature program at RMU and is internationally recognized as one of only a select few Centers of Actuarial Excellence.