Graduate Studies


Please refer to the Mathematics graduate program section for information including departmental contact information, list of graduate faculty members, program description, and course descriptions.

Bachelor of Science in Mathematics/Master of Science in Mathematics

Requirements for Enrollment
  • A minimum of a cumulative GPA and a major GPA of 3.25
  • 60 s.h. of college coursework completed with at least 18 s.h. of mathematics to include MATH 231, 311, 341 with grades no less than B, before applying for admission to the integrated program
Integrated Degree Program Description

Up to nine semester hours of the following bridge courses may count in both the undergraduate degree (Option A or Option C only) and Master’s degree in Mathematics: MATH 421G/B, MATH 424G/B, MATH 435G/B, MATH 481G/B, MATH 483G/B, MATH 551B, MATH 552B, MATH 553B, STAT 471G/B, STAT 473G/B, STAT 478G/B, STAT 553B.

Integrated Degree Program Requirements

I. Core Courses: 18 s.h.

MATH 435G Introduction to Real Variables I (3)
MATH 551 Methods of Classical Analysis (3)

MATH 552 Scientific Computing (3)

STAT 471G Introduction to Mathematical Statistics (3)
STAT 553 Applied Statistical Methods (3)

MATH 651 Elements of Modern Analysis (3)
MATH 652 Computational Differential Equations (3)
STAT 653 Elements of Statistical Inference (3)

II. Focus Courses: 9 s.h.

The focus courses must be approved by the Department Graduate Committee. Students may select focus courses from approved departments but in a single focus area. May include:

MATH 596 Project in Applied Mathematics (3–6),
MATH 600 Thesis (3), and/or
MATH 602 Internship in Applied Mathematics (3–6)

III. Directed Electives: 3 s.h.

Must be in mathematics or statistics.