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Master of Science in Mathematics

Master of Science in Mathematics

  • QS World University Rankings
    801-1000
The Master of Science Degree in Mathematics is a two-year program that prepares students for careers in government, industry, and education. Applicants should have a broad background in mathematics, including proof-writing courses in abstract algebra and analysis. Many of our M.S. students graduate with experience as teaching assistants or part-time instructors. Students also conduct original mathematical research under the supervision of an advisor and research committee. Program Requirements Pass the foundation exam. Maintain a 3.0 cumulative GPA. Complete one semester of Math 5800-01, Professional Development. Complete 4 credits of Math 5960, Thesis Research (for Plan A degree only). Write and present a Plan A Thesis or a Plan B paper. Complete at least 30 hours of math-content course work at the 5000 level or above. Within these hours, the following core mathematics courses must be completed with a grade of A or B: 5200 Real Variables I 5230 Complex Variables I 5400 Methods of Applied Mathematics I 5310 Computational Methods I 5500 Advanced Linear Algebra 5550 Graduate Abstract Algebra

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