The MA in Mathematics at West Chester University is a thirty-three credit Master’s Program which offers great flexibility. Students take eighteen credits of core curriculum courses and fifteen credits of electives which they choose in conjunction with their advisor. The core curriculum includes a broad selection of mathematics courses including abstract algebra, real analysis, mathematical statistics, and geometry. Students may select from a wide range of specialized electives. Elective courses may be in mathematics education, statistics, computer science, pure mathematics, applied and computational mathematics, actuarial science, and others. For their capstone experience, a student may choose between a thesis and an oral comprehensive exam.