Our Master of Science in Mathematics program provides students with rigorous and thorough knowledge of a broad range of pure and applied areas of mathematics. It is designed to train students with different professional goals, ranging from employment or career advancement in business, industry or government, to basic training in foundations needed to obtain a research career or pursue a PhD in mathematics or mathematics-related fields.

**Program Outcomes**

Upon completion of the program, graduates should be able to:

- Apply advanced mathematical analysis to mathematical models
- Demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of a broad domain of mathematics from (but not all) areas such as analysis, algebra, geometry and applied mathematics
- Formulate and construct proofs
- Clearly communicate mathematical concepts
- Apply advanced mathematical techniques in their professional activities
- Conduct independent research in specialized areas of mathematics
- Employ mathematical methods to model and solve practical problems
- Formulate problems in mathematical terms arising in related areas such as engineering, finance and the natural sciences

Degree Plan

The links and information below provide answers to any questions you may have about our admission and program requirements.

In addition to meeting the university's general graduate admission requirements, applicants must meet specific requirements of the MSMATH program.

Applicants must hold a bachelor's degree in an area of mathematical science (applied or pure mathematics, actuarial science, statistics, etc.) from an independently accredited university recognized by AUS, or a degree from a related field with a minimum of:

- 9 credit hours in Calculus
- 3 credit hours in Differential Equations
- 3 credit hours in Linear Algebra
- 3 credit hours in Abstract Algebra
- 3 credit hours in Advanced Calculus
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The Master of Science in Mathematics degree will consist of two tracks: Pure Mathematics and Applied Mathematics (industrial/financial) with thesis and non-thesis options. The links below provide more details: