Philosophy is written in that great book which ever lies before our eyes — I mean the universe — but we cannot under­stand it if we do not first learn the lan­guage and grasp the symbols in which it is written. It is written in a mathematical language, . . . without whose help it is impossible to comprehend even a single word of it, and without which one wanders in vain as through a dark laby­rinth. — Galileo

The Department of Mathematics
   in the College of Liberal Arts
     at Francis Marion University

     Allen Mathematics Scholarship
     Carlson Fractal Museum
     Course Descriptions
     Degree Requirements
     Departmental Objectives
     Faculty and Staff
     Faculty Emeriti
     Links to the Outside World
     M.A.A. State Dinner for South Carolina
     Math Club
     Pee-Dee Regional High-School Mathematics Tournament
     Self-Paced Mathematics Program
     Undergraduate Mathematics Conference