There are four options available in this program:
- Applied and Computational Mathematics
- Probability and Statistics
- Mathematics for Teachers
- Industrial Mathematics Professional Science Master's
All options require a four-year undergraduate degree from an accredited college or university with a satisfactory grade point average. For the Applied and Computational Mathematics and the Probability and Statistics options, the undergraduate degree must be in mathematics or a related discipline. For the Mathematics for Teachers option, three semesters of calculus (12 credits) are required. Applicants lacking some prerequisites may be accepted as matriculated with conditions. The Applied and Computational Mathematics, Probability and Statistics, and Mathematics for Teachers programs consist of thirty credit hours approved by the Graduate Curriculum Committee. The Industrial Mathematics Professional Science master's option requires 37 credit hours, including a paid internship. These credit requirements include both required courses and electives (which may be offered in other departments). Up to six credits at the 400 level may be considered for inclusion in the program of study. In addition, in all options except the Industrial Mathematics Professional Science Master's Option, three or six credits may, with the permission of the student advisor and Graduate Committee, be obtained by thesis. Most courses are offered on a regular basis in the late afternoon and early evening so that all programs can be completed on a part-time basis.
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