Jun 22, 2024  
2022-2023 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog 
2022-2023 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Mathematics, M.S. (Non-Thesis Report Option)

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About the Program

The requirements listed below are in addition to the university and Graduate School  requirements. A student must fill out a degree plan after the end of the first long semester and before the start of the second long semester in the program. Each student’s program of study and committee must be approved by a graduate program representative from the Department of Mathematics and Statistics. It is expected that the student’s report will be open to all who wish to attend, with scheduling to reflect this.

This Master of Science program consists of 36 hours of graduate work that includes 33 hours of coursework (a minimum of 24 hours in mathematics/statistics) and 3 hours of credit for a departmental report. This program calls for 33 hours of course work and 3 hours of work on a departmental report (MATH 6310 ). Of the 33 hours of course work, 24 must be in mathematics and must include two sequences from the following list:

A final comprehensive examination for the report is required.

About the Mathematical Finance Master’s Concentration

The department of Mathematics and Statistics offers a concentration in Mathematical Finance for the Mathematics, M.S. and Statistics, M.S. programs. To satisfy the Mathematical Finance concentration, students must take at least 6 courses (18 hours) out of the following: MATH 6351 , MATH 6353 , STAT 6351 , FIN 5328 , MATH 5382 , MATH 6354 , MATH 6355 , MATH 6356 , MATH 6357 , MATH 5399 , or their MATH 5099  equivalent (hours are added manually).

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