Masters of Science in Applied Mathematics

The Master of Science in Applied Mathematics program has as its purpose to propel students into Ph.D. programs and exciting cutting-edge fields in the technology industry.

At this time, the requirements for this degree are as follows:

Required Courses:

Math 603: Introduction to Real Analysis

Math 651: Partial Differential Equations

Math 690: Scientific Programming for Mathematical Scientists

Math 788: Master's Comprehensive Exam

Two options exist within the program, a "Thesis" option and a "non-Thesis" option.

Thesis Option:

Required courses, plus at least 12 credit hours at or above the 700-level, six credit hours of Math 730: Thesis Research in Mathematics, and 3 hours of department-approved general electives.

non-Thesis Option:

Required courses, plus at least 15 credit hours at or above the 700-level, three credit hours of Math 725: Graduate Design Project, and 6 hours of department-approved general electives.

At present, admission to the Master of Science Program in Applied Mathematics can be achieved through satisfying all of the following requirements:

  • A bachelor's degree in mathematics or related field from an accredited instiution of higher education
  • An undergraduate GPA of 2.6 overall (or 3.0 in junior/senior year).
  • Three (3) letters of recommendation
  • Official score submissions for the graduate record examination (GRE).