The Mathematics Graduate Program promotes the study of classical and modern topics in advanced mathematics. It provides excellent preparation for further graduate work in the mathematical sciences, and offers a solid foundation for a career in teaching or any technical field that requires advanced analytical reasoning. Students typically take courses in modern algebra, analysis, combinatorics, graph theory, geometry, numerical analysis and probability and statistics. Program requirements are flexible to allow students to pursue individual interests.
Applicants are expected to meet the general requirements for admission to graduate study established by the Graduate School. In addition, applicants should have the equivalent of an undergraduate degree in mathematics (a minimum of 14 semester hours in mathematics beyond calculus).
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