The Department of Mathematics provides the mathematical foundation for Embry-Riddle’s degree programs, as well as a Bachelor of Science in Computational Mathematics degree and two minors, Applied Mathematics and Computational Mathematics.

Virtually every Embry-Riddle student — whether training to be a pilot, engineer, scientist, or manager — will pass through the Department of Mathematics while earning a degree. The flexibility of the Computational Mathematics degree allows well-prepared students to pursue dual majors, increasing their career options and enhancing their marketability to potential employers. Some students will gain foundational math skills, while others pursue innovative programs in pure and applied mathematics. The degree in Computational Mathematics allows students to blend mathematical theory and computational techniques to address problems that arise in a variety of scientific disciplines.

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Submissions from 2014

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Not All Traces On the Circle Come From Functions of Least Gradient in the Disk, Gregory S. Spradlin and Alexandru Tamasan

Submissions from 2010

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On Osgood's Criterion for Classical Wave Equations and Nonlinear Shallow Water Wave Equations, Timothy Smith and Greg Spradlin

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Heteroclinic Solutions to an Asymptotically Autonomous Second-Order Equation, Gregory S. Spradlin

Submissions from 2007

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Scattered Homoclinics to a Class of Time-Recurrent Hamiltonian Systems, Gregory S. Spradlin

Submissions from 2006

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An Elliptic Equation with No Monotonicity Condition on the Nonlinearity, Gregory S. Spradlin

Submissions from 2004

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Existence of Solutions to a Hamiltonian System Without Convexity Condition on the Nonlinearity, Gregory S. Spradlin

Submissions from 2001

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Interfering Solutions of a Nonhomogeneous Hamiltonian System, Gregory S. Spradlin

Submissions from 2000

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An Elliptic Equation With Spike Solutions Concentrating at Local Minima of the Laplacian of the Potential, Gregory S. Spradlin

Submissions from 1996

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An Almost Periodic Function of Several Variables With No Local Minimum, Gregory S. Spradlin