M.S. in Mathematics and Statistics
The Mathematics and Statistics Program offers in-depth studies in algebra, analysis, differential equations, probability and statistics, applied mathematics, and computational mathematics.
In addition to the University requirements for admission, the applicant must have a Bachelor's degree with the equivalent of an undergraduate major in mathematics of not less than 30 semester hours. By the end of the first quarter of enrollment, the student is to choose one area of interest. An advisory committee that reflects the student's major area of interest will then be appointed.
The curriculum requirements and options for the M.S. in Mathematics and Statistics is available in PDF format.
For more information, contact the coordinator of the M.S. in Mathematics and Statistics, Dr. Katie Evans.