The graduate program offers concentrations in mathematics, and applied and computational mathematics. Students who complete their degree have many career options. Some go onto an academic career teaching at the college level or earning a doctoral degree. Those who pursue the applied and computational mathematics are prepared for careers in research and consulting.
- A bachelors degree in science or mathematics, with a GPA greater than 3.0
- GRE scores
- Two letters of recommendation
- For the applied and computational mathematics track, basic knowledge of computer programming is also required
Fall Priority Deadline: March 1st
Spring Priority Deadline: November 1st
- 10 courses of which 8 must be a B or better
- A writing requirement
- Comprehensive Examination
To satisfy the writing requirement, a student could either write an approved paper in one class, or register for a Thesis, in which case the comprehensive exams are waived.