Mathematics & Statistics Graduate Program

Advising Guidelines For Graduate Students

The following courses are suggestions for students who intend to pursue the following career objectives after graduating with a masters in mathematics:

1. Further graduate study in mathematics

  • MAT 541-542 Modern Algebra
  • MAT 511-512 Real Analysis
  • MAT 515 Complex Analysis
  • MAT 531 Linear Algebra
  • MAT 513 Measure and Integration

2. Further graduate study in operations research

  • MAT 535-536 Linear Programming and Discrete Optimization
  • MAT 511-512 Real Analysis
  • MAT 565 Applied Probability
  • MAT 569 Stochastic Processes in Operations Research
  • MAT 531 Linear Algebra
  • STT 5xx Graduate Statistics course

3. Further graduate study in statistics

  • MAT 535-536 Linear Programming and Discrete Optimization
  • MAT 511-512 Real Analysis
  • STT 566-567 Mathematical Statistics
  • STT 511 Design of Experiments and Analysis of Variance
  • STT 512 Applied Regression and Correlation

4. Applied Mathematics

  • MAT 535-536 Linear Programming and Discrete Optimization
  • MAT 518-519 Applied Analytical Methods
  • MAT 525 Numerical Analysis
  • MAT 563 Ordinary Differential Equations
  • MAT 515 Complex Analysis
  • MAT 531 Linear Algebra

5. Operations Research

  • MAT 535-536 Linear Programming and Discrete Optimization
  • MAT 518-519 Applied Analytical Methods
  • MAT 565 Applied Probability
  • MAT 569 Stochastic Processes in Operations Research
  • STT 5xx Graduate Statistics course
  • STT 5xx Graduate Statistics course

6. Statistics

  • MAT 535-536 Linear Programming and Discrete Optimization
  • MAT 518-519 Applied Analytical Methods
  • STT 511 Design of Experiments and Analysis of Variance
  • STT 512 Applied Regression and Correlation
  • STT 5xx Graduate Statistics course

7. Community College and Secondary Teaching

  • MAT 511-512 Real Analysis
  • MAT 531 Linear Algebra
  • MAT 521 Number Theory
  • STT 5xx Graduate Statistics course