45 quarter hours of graduate level courses, including 12 hours of approved 4000-level mathematics courses. Up to 15 quarter hours may be in an approved cognate area. No thesis is required.
One tool is required to be chosen from among the following:
- proficiency in the use of a modern computing type-setting system,
- approved outside courses,
- laboratory experience,
- reading competency in French, German or Russian.
At most 10 quarter hours of courses from another university may count towards a masters degree. Such courses must be approved in writing by an advisor from the Mathematics faculty.