The Masters Programs

The Department of Mathematical Sciences offers graduate programs leading to the Masters of Science degree with a major in Mathematical Sciences and a concentration in one of the following areas.

  • Mathematics;
  • Applied Mathematics;
  • Teaching of Mathematics; and
  • Statistics.

The official descriptions of the degree programs can be found at the university's Graduate Catalog.

M.S. students in Mathematics develop a solid background in mathematical sciences, good oral and written mathematical communication skills, and explore interdisciplinary opportunities. The expected time for completion of a M.S. is two years, and less in many cases.