Students receiving the Master of Science degree in mathematics must have successfully completed at least one course in each of the areas of Algebra, Analysis, and Statistics/Applied Mathematics. They must also take an additional course in two of those areas.

Courses for the Masters in Mathematics

ALGEBRA

MA 727 Groups, Rings and Fields

MA 728 Vector Spaces

MA 740 Number Theory

ANALYSIS

MA 715 Topology

MA 734 Complex Variables

MA 735 Advanced Calculus I

MA 736 Advanced Calculus II

STATISTICS/APPLIED MATHEMATICS

MA 532 Mathematical Statistics I

MA 731 Statistics using SAS

MA 733 Mathematical Statistics II

MA 764 Regression Analysis

MA 760 Numerical Analysis

MA 762 Optimization Techniques

MA 763 Simulation Techniques

MA 765 Numerical Linear Algebra

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Other Courses

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Mathematics

MA 510 Technology in Mathematics

MA 561 Teaching Perspectives in Calculus

MA 570 Teaching College Mathematics

MA 581 Mathematical Modeling

MA 591 Topics in Mathematics

MA 701 Mathematical Proofs

MA 721 Projective Geometry

MA 722 Non-Euclidean Geometry

MA 791 Topics in Mathematics

MA 810 Seminar in Mathematics

Economics (not available online)

EC 501 History of Economic Thought

EC 550 International Economics

EC 554 Public Finance

EC 560 Economic Development

EC 701 Seminar in Economics

EC 740 Business Cycles and Forecasting

EC 807 Managerial Economics

EC 810 Research Problem in Economics