The Master of Science degree requires a total of 30 semester hours of graduate work in the mathematics and statistics. Each student must select one of the following plans:
A. Thesis Plan
Each student must present a thesis, MAT 599 (4), acceptable to the advisory committee, prior to graduation. The student will report orally on the thesis to a general audience.
B. Non-thesis Plan
Each student must complete a research project, MAT 596 (1), or an internship , MAT 598(1), and must successfully complete a written comprehensive examination.
- MAT 595 Graduate Research Seminar (2)
- MAT 515 Complex Variables (3)
- MAT 531 Linear Algebra (3)
- One of MAT 535 Linear Programming, MAT 541 Modern Algebra, or STT 512 Regression and Correlation (3)
- One of MAT 511 Real Analysis, MAT 518 Applied Analytical Methods, or STT 566 Mathematical Statistics (3)