Graduate programs

The Fariborz Maseeh Department of Mathematics and Statistics offers work leading to the degrees of Master of Arts, Master of Science, the Ph.D. in Mathematical Sciences, the Ph.D. in Mathematics Education, and the Ph.D. in Systems Science–Mathematics.

Admission requirements

Degree requirements

Mathematics M.A./M.S.

Statistics M.S.

M.S. in Mathematics for Teachers

Mathematical Sciences Ph.D.

Mathematics Education Ph.D.

Systems Science—Mathematics Ph.D.

M.S. in Mathematics for Teachers

The M.S. in Mathematics for Teachers is designed for individuals interested in strengthening their understanding of mathematics to enrich the teaching of mathematics. The program prepares teachers in subjects such as geometry, algebra, analysis/calculus, history of mathematics, probability, statistics, discrete mathematics, and use of technology in the classroom. The program is intended for individuals with a mathematics degree or a strong background in mathematics.

An M.S. in Mathematics for Teachers candidate must complete an approved program of 45 graduate credits and complete an approved mathematics curriculum project.