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Admission Requirements

Master of Science (M.S.) / Master of Arts (M.A.) in Mathematics

For unconditional admission, an applicant should:

  1. have completed a Bachelor's degree with a grade point average of at least 3.0 in mathematics courses taken.
  2. have completed 15 credit hours of Mathematics courses beyond calculus, including MATH 3230/8235 (Introduction to Analysis) or equivalent.

Applicants who satisfy the admission requirements above except for the GPA requirement may be granted provisional admission to the graduate program. They will be granted unconditional admission upon completion of three graduate courses with a grade of B or better in each course.

Applicants who satisfy the admission requirements above except for the 15 credit hours beyond calculus may be eligible for admission in a provisional or unclassified status with a deficiency to be made up in addition to the normal degree requirements.

Master of Arts for Teachers (M.A.T.) in Mathematics

For unconditional admission, an applicant should:

  1. have taken a programming language at the college level.
  2. have state certification for teaching secondary school mathematics.
  3. have obtained at least a B average in previous mathematics courses, including at least two courses beyond elementary calculus.