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Mathematical Sciences

Mathematics and the study of mathematical theory is at the core of so many business operations. From statistics and business analytics to economics and financial management, a thorough understanding of mathematical theory and technical skills are crucial to organizational operations. The abilities to think in quantitative terms, to reason analytically and to apply mathematical models to real-world problems are valuable assets to those entering careers in countless industries. Our courses ensure that undergraduate and postgraduate students alike are fully equipped with the skills you need to excel, no matter the field.

Graduate Degree Programs

New Faculty: Welcome Tony Ng

Professor Tony Ng is a Senior Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), an elected member of the International Statistical Institute and a Fellow of the American Statistical Association (ASA). His research interests include computational statistics, network analysis, reliability theory, operations research, lifetime data analysis, nonparametric statistics, biostatistics, bioinformatics and statistical methods in epidemiology. Ng recently started developing statistical methodologies for network analysis and with applications in cybersecurity

Advanced Standing in Business Analytics

The demands of today's workplace are changing, with more and more careers requiring advanced analytical skills. In the Advanced Standing in Business Analytics (BA/BS & MSBA) program, students develop the valuable skills needed to succeed in a data analytics environment. Students enrolled in this program take four graduate classes during their undergraduate years that count toward both their undergraduate and graduate degrees, making it possible to receive both BA/BS and MSBA degrees in five years of full-time study.

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New Faculty: Welcome Eddie Kim

Assistant Professor Eddie Kim conducts research at the intersection of applied statistics and education policy. He focuses on investigating statistical properties of education data and adapting advanced statistical methods to make causal inferences from non-experimental data. Topics of interest include testing and measurement, private tutoring and college admissions. Kim received a PhD in Education from Harvard University with his dissertation entitled “Statistical Explorations in Testing and Testing Culture.”


Mathematics Learning Center

Location:  Jennison 218

The Mathematics Learning Center provides drop-in tutoring to all students enrolled in undergraduate mathematics courses at Bentley. Our goal is to have students leave a tutoring session with increased understanding and confidence in their own ability to do mathematics.

Throughout the academic year, the center is open most days and evenings. During all hours of operation, students may get help with all first-year mathematics courses, and there are selected hours when students may come for help with electives, including GB213 (Business Statistics). Computer assistance as it relates to a mathematics course is also provided. The center is directed by a full-time faculty member and is staffed entirely by Bentley undergraduate students.

Zsuzsanna Maar, Director
Mathematics Learning Center
Jennison 220; 781.891.2084; zmaar@bentley.du

Center for Analytics and Data Science

In Fall 2022, the Center for Analytics and Data Science (CADS) launched a workshop series to bring Bentley’s analytics community together for educational, social and career-related content.  Workshops are open to students of all levels and majors with an interest in analytics, as well as faculty from any department. 

You can view a list of the workshops we held in Fall 2022 on the CADS website. In Spring 2023, we aim to bring in more professionals from the analytics industry in greater Boston, both as presenters and as fellow workshop participants, adding a networking dimension to the events. Watch the website for details! 

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Lucy Kimball
Department Chair
Morison Hall 394

Luke Cherveny
Graduate Business Analytics Director
Morison Hall 317

Emmy Roth
Actuarial Program Director
Morison Hall 388