Applicants must posses a bachelor's degree in mathematics or related field.
In addition to meeting the basic admission requirements of the University, applicants
must schedule an interview with the graduate coordinator prior to enrollment.
Applicants must have a minimum of 30 semester hours of mathematics, including a full
treatment of calculus; at least one advanced undergraduate course in modern algebra,
and one in advanced calculus. Deficiencies in these areas may be removed by successfully
completing appropriate courses.
Applicants must submit scores for the general section of the GRE.
M.S. Applied and Computation Mathematics
In addition to meeting the basic admission requirements of the university, applicants
must schedule an in-person interview with the Graduate Coordinator.
Applicants must have completed the undergraduate calculus sequence as well as courses
in differential equations and linear algebra.
Two letters of recommendation.
Other Important Information
The mathematics options are for students interested in furthering their mathematical
background. It provides the foundation for continued work in mathematics leading to
the Ph.D. in mathematics.