# Master of Science in Mathematics

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Master of Science in Mathematics | |
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Course Number and Title | Credits |

Required Core Graduate Mathematics Course | |

MATH 515 Real and Linear Analysis | 3 |

MATH 598 Graduate Seminar I: Introduction and Research | 1 |

MATH 599 Graduate Seminar II: Professional Preparation | 1 |

One of the following areas of emphasis Applied Mathematics MATH 537 Principles of Applied Mathematics At least one of the following: MATH 566 Numerical Methods II MATH 567 Numerical Methods for Differential Equations Mathematics Education At least two of the following: MATHED 510 Mathematics Curriculum MATHED 523 Teaching & Learning Algebra & Functions MATHED 525 Teaching and Learning Calculus MATHED 526 Teaching and Learning Statistics Pure Mathematics At least two of the following: MATH 506 Advanced Algebra MATH 507 Advanced Number Theory MATH 509 Symmetric Key Cryptography and Cryptanalysis MATH 512 Advanced Topology MATH 522 Advanced Set Theory Statistics MATH 562 Probability and Statistics At least one of the following: MATH 572 Computational Statistics MATH 573 Time Series Analysis MATH 574 Linear Models | 6 |

Culminating Activity Additional graduate courses and a culminating activity chosen from one of the following possibilities: Comprehensive Examination Seven courses totaling at least 21 credits MATH 690 Masterâ€™s Comprehensive Examination (1 cr) Project Five courses totaling at least 15 credits MATH 590 Practicum/Internship (3 cr) MATH 591 Project (3 cr) or MATHED 591 Project Thesis Five courses totaling at least 15 credits MATH 593 Thesis (6 cr) or MATHED 593 Thesis (6 cr) | 21-22 |

Total | 32-33 |