2020-2021 Catalog


Mathematics, the science of patterns, is also the language of science; as such, it is a major part of a liberal arts education. The quantitative and analytical skills students gain in mathematics courses apply to future work in the sciences and in many other fields, such as economics and the social sciences. These skills are necessary to participate critically in our society and the world. All MMC students are required to take one college-level mathematics course.

Division: Sciences
Division Office: Carson Hall 706
Phone: 212-774-0725
Division Chair: Benedetta Sampoli Benitez, Ph.D.
Division Assistant: TBD

Department Faculty:

Lia Leon Margolin

Associate Professor of Mathematics

Chair, Department of Mathematics

B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Tbilisi State University, Georgia

Carson Hall 614

Phone: 212-517-0650


Ken Ching

Associate Professor of Mathematics

B.A., Columbia University

M.A. & Ph.D., Tufts University

Carson Hall 614

Phone: 212-517-0657


Philip R. Meyers

Professor of Mathematics

B.S., Brooklyn College, CUNY

M.A. & Ph.D., University of Maryland

Carson Hall 614

Phone: 212-517-0663


Steven Wat

Assistant Professor of Mathematics

B.A., University of Hawaii

M.S., Courant Institute at New York University

Carson Hall 614

Phone: 212-517-0652



Mathematics Courses (MATH)