This degree requires completion of 45 credits of graduate-level MATH courses, including at least 12 credits of approved MATH courses at the 4000 level.
Up to 15 credits may be in an approved cognate area. At most 10 credits from another university may count toward the degree, and such credits must be approved in writing by an advisor from the Mathematics faculty.
Demonstrated competency in a tool is required and may be chosen from among the following:
- proficiency in the use of a modern computing typesetting system,
- approved outside courses,
- laboratory experience,
- reading competency in French, German or Russian.
No thesis is required.
Questions regarding graduate admissions should be sent to the Graduate Coordinator, Prof. Nick Galatos.