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FYE - Kettering Majors: Applied Mathematics

An introduction to the major disciplines at Kettering University for new students.

Math Books in the Library

Books on math-related subjects are mostly found in the QA call number range. They're in the middle of the stacks on the north end of the library (keep walking straight as you enter), starting at stack 134.

Math books in the library's stacks

Math ebooks available 24/7

Mathematics Journals

These are just a few of the math journals Kettering has access to through subscription.

Extracurriculars

Welcome to Applied Mathematics

The Math Department is located on the 2nd floor of the Academic Building in Rm 2100.

Meet the Mathematics faculty.

Inspiration

Math Databases

Math News - NY Times

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Google Scholar Search

LINKING KETTERING + GOOGLE SCHOLAR

Did you know you can use Google Scholar to search Kettering databases for articles and journals? It should automatically work if you are logged into Google with your Kettering email address. 

If it's not working, after logging in, just go to Settings > Library Links from the Google Scholar homepage and type in Kettering University. Tick the check box and click Save. If we have an article, you'll see the 'Full-Text @ Kettering' link in your Google Scholar search results.

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Full-Text @ Kettering

Google Scholar also has an extension for the Chrome Browser worth checking out.

Applied Mathematics Thesis

The Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics culminates in a thesis. The library has a Digital Thesis Archive, accessible with your Kettering login credentials, with a searchable listing of all theses written since 2003. Example titles of Applied Mathematics theses:

  • Reducing Bias in Weapons Testing
  • Analysis and Correction of the Calculation Method of the Masterson Index

When students are ready, the Culminating Undergraduate Experience (CUE) assists them with thesis preparation.

Public Services + Reference Librarian

Greek Societies

Cool Stuff

Relatively Prime, a podcast about math.


ONLINE RESOURCES

patrickJMT

Paul's Online Math Notes