This program is intended for students pursuing a Ph.D. program in Mathematics, students intending to teach mathematics at a community college, and students intending to use mathematics in a company which requires sophisticated analytical and reasoning skills.
Students select from one of three tracks. The broad selection track is intended for students pursuing a career heavily focused in mathematics or continuing to a PhD institution. The computer science track is a mixture of mathematics and computer science and is appropriate for students pursuing a career in technological industries or working in applied mathematics. The community college track is a mixture of education and mathematics and intended for students wishing to teach at a community college.
Master of Arts
Common Core(0-15) credits
Prerequisites: MATH 223 and MATH 290 with “C” (2.0) or better or consent.
Prerequisites: MATH 345 with “C” (2.0) or better or consent.
Prerequisites: MATH 223 with “C” (2.0) or better or consent.
Prerequisites: MATH 122 and MATH 247 with “C” (2.0) or better or consent.
Restricted ElectivesSelect one of the three tracks to complete.
Track 1: Broad Selection - Choose 15 Credit(s).
Track 2: Information Technology - Choose 15 Credit(s). A minimum of 6 credits of 600 level courses from mathematics, and a minimum of 9 credits 500/600 level courses from Information Technology (IT). Advisor approval is required.
Track 3: Community College Teaching - Choose 15 Credit(s). A minimum of 9 credits of 600 level mathematics. Advisor approval required.
Choose 1 - 4 Credit(s). Comprehensive Exam: The Exam covers courses in the Common Core.