Master of Science in Mathematics (M.S.)
The program is designed to provide a sound preparation for continued study toward a Ph.D. degree as well as prepare students for careers in business, government, industry, and teaching.
Accelerated Master's Program (4+1 B.S and M.S.)
The Accelerated Master’s (AM) Degree offers the opportunity for outstanding undergraduate students to begin earning credit toward a master's degree while still pursuing undergraduate studies. The main feature of the program is that, while completing their undergraduate study, students may earn up to 12 semester hours of graduate credit that counts as a dual credit for both the baccalaureate and master's degree. This allows for the possibility for earning both a Bachelor's and Master's degree in 5 years.
Engineering and Applied Sciences (Ph.D.)
Advanced students may work towards the Doctoral Degree, which is offered by the department under Engineering and Applied Sciences. To explore this option, interested students should first contact the department chair, and then a faculty member who specializes in their field of interest.
Financial Aid for Graduate Teaching Assistantships
The Graduate Advisory Committee will review all teaching assistant applications and make recommendations to the Chair of the department. Teaching assistants in the MS program are expected to graduate within two years. Generally, the teaching assistantship terminates by the end of the second year (four regular semesters) as TA.