2017-2018 Graduate Catalog


Mathematics

Mathematics is available on the Master of Arts in Teaching, Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees.

Prerequisites for the MAT: A baccalaureate degree with the equivalent of a major in mathematics consisting of courses through elementary calculus of one and several variables, linear algebra and at least eight hours of approved advanced courses.

Prerequisites for the MS: A BA or BS degree with a mathematics major or 24 semester hours of mathematics, including courses in elementary calculus of one and several variables, linear algebra and at least eight hours of departmentally approved advanced undergraduate courses in mathematics. Students deficient in any area of preparation may be required to take the necessary coursework during the first year of graduate study.

Scores on the GRE are used as an aid in the overall evaluation of the applicant's graduate potential.

Prerequisites for the Ph.D.: BA or BS with a mathematics major or 24 semester hours of mathematics, including courses in elementary calculus of one and several variables, linear algebra, abstract algebra and real analysis. Students deficient in any area of preparation may be required to take the necessary coursework during the first year of graduate study.

Scores on the GRE are used as an aid in the overall evaluation of the applicant's graduate potential.