All M.S. degrees require at least 35 credit hours of coursework. Under the direction of the advisor, the committee will plan and supervise the course of study and the writing of the thesis (Plan A) or master’s paper (Plan B).

Three different Master’s Degrees are currently available.  Individual program descriptions can be found using the links below or in the Graduate Program Handbook.

MS in Mathematics  (Degree Checklist)

MS with Outside Specialization  (Degree Checklist)

MS in Applied and Computational Mathematics  (Degree Checklist)

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