Master of Science - Mathematics

Community College Teaching Emphasis

Secondary Teaching Emphasis


The Department of Mathematics offers courses leading to the degree of Master of Science. Candi­dates for this degree must meet the require­ments for Option I or Option II as described at Graduate Degrees and Options of this catalog. The prerequisite for starting a major is eight hours of acceptable courses in mathematics beyond MATH 253 Calculus III.

A minimum of 20 hours of acceptable courses in mathe­matics is required.  MATH 890 Research and Thesis or MATH 891 Resea­rch Problem, and other 800-level courses for a mini­mum of 15 hours credit should be includ­ed. A program with an applied or theoretical emphasis is available.