Graduate Programs in Mathematics
The department offers Master of Arts (MA), Master of Arts for Teachers of Mathematics (MAT), and Master of Science (MS) degrees and graduates about 15 masters students each year.
Graduate students in mathematics are assigned an adviser upon acceptance into the program. They are strongly encouraged to develop a close working relationship either with their assigned adviser or perhaps a different faculty member with whom they have a good working relationship.
Financial support is sometimes available for qualified students and both current and prospective students are encouraged to inquire about such opportunities.
|Degree Offered||Admission & Degree Requirements||Concentrations|
|Master of Arts||Catalog Information||Yes|
|Master of Arts for Teachers||Catalog Information||No|
|Master of Science||Catalog Information||Yes|
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