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 |