Master of Science in Mathematics

The Master of Science program in mathematics welcomes students of ability and with a strong undergraduate background in mathematics or a related field, such as computer science, engineering, physics, finance, economics, or certain social sciences.

Requirements

To earn a Master of Science degree in Mathematics, students complete the following in consultation with a faculty advisor:

Core Courses
MA 0435Linear Algebra 13
MA 0471Real Analysis 13
Select two of the following Proof-Intensive courses:6
Abstract Algebra
Statistics Theory
Complex Analysis
Advanced Abstract Algebra
Number Theory
Geometry
Topology
Elective Courses
Select six elective courses from the following: 218
For Teachers and Prospective Teachers
Applied Statistics I
Applied Statistics II
Probability Theory
Foundations and Set Theory
Number Theory
Use of Technology in the Classroom
Geometry
Topology
For Business-Oriented Professionals
Introduction to Applied Mathematics
Applied Statistics I
Applied Statistics II
Probability Theory
Statistics Theory
Dynamical Systems
Partial Differential Equations
Classical Financial Mathematics
Numerical Analysis
Mathematics of Financial Derivatives
For Those Interested in Pure Mathematics
Abstract Algebra
Complex Analysis
Foundations and Set Theory
Dynamical Systems
Advanced Abstract Algebra
Number Theory
Geometry
Topology
Numerical Analysis
Capstone
MA 0590Capstone Project (Pass/Fail) 30
Total Credits30