Depending on your chosen major, your learning experience at USF will include collaborative research projects with our faculty. And with your educational experience augmented by such opportunities, you might choose to continue developing your research career by enrolling in a graduate program in an allied field upon completion of your USF degree.
Research opportunities include:
As a student majoring in the mathematical sciences, you will complete a research project during your senior year at USF. The project culminates in a research paper and presentation. You have the opportunity and are encouraged to present your work at regional and national mathematics conferences.
Abstract Algebra Research Project
As part of the Abstract Algebra class, you will engage in an ongoing research project with classmates in both theoretical and programming aspects.
You will be encouraged to continue work from a class or to begin a project outside the traditional curriculum in many Natural Science programs, including Mathematics and Exercise Science.