M.S. Mathematics

You may complete this program under the thesis or comprehensive exam plan, as we describe in the following sections.  

Comprehensive Exam Plan  

For this 34-unit program, you must:  

analysis and topology:

MAT 531, 535, 632, 641, and 690 (when topic appropriate) and STA 673 and 674  

algebra and combinatorics:

MAT 511, 516, 526, 612, 618, and 690 (when topic appropriate)  

applied Mathematics and dynamical systems:

MAT 542, 563, 661, 665, 667, and 690 (when topic appropriate)  

actuarial and financial mathematics:

MAT 562, 565, 567, and 690 (when topic appropriate)  

(Substitutions may be allowed by petition to the department's graduate operations committee.)  

Thesis Plan  

For this 37-unit program, you must:  

analysis and topology:

MAT 531, 535, 632, 641, and 690 (when topic appropriate) and STA 673 and 674  

algebra and combinatorics:

MAT 511, 516, 526, 612, 618, and 690 (when topic appropriate)  

applied Mathematics and dynamical systems:

MAT 542, 563, 661, 665, 667, and 690 (when topic appropriate)  

actuarial and financial mathematics:

MAT 562, 565, 567, and 690 (when topic appropriate)  

(Substitutions may be allowed by petition to the department's graduate operations committee.)  

(Please note that you may end up taking more than the 6 units of thesis credit you can count toward your degree because you must register for MAT 699 each semester while you are working on your thesis.)  

In addition, you must:  

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