The Master of Science (M.S.) degree in Mathematics has three options and prepares students for high school or college teaching, careers in business or industry, and doctoral study in mathematics or other fields. The Computational and Applied Mathematics option requires greater breadth within the mathematical sciences and provides experiences in solving actual industrial problems in the course Case Studies in Applied Mathematics. The Mathematics Education option emphasizes scope in mathematics and broad teaching experience.The Pure Mathematics option emphasizes course work in core areas of mathematics and gives excellent preparation for future study in a doctoral program.
The Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree has three options. Options in Pure Mathematics and Applied Mathematics prepare students for careers in university research and instruction or industrial research. The former emphasizes university research and instruction while the latter emphasizes research in industry. The Mathematics Education option provides excellent training for research in areas related to mathematics teaching and learning at the university level.
The Department of Mathematics also offers a Graduate Minor in Mathematics.
For more information please contact the math department at (405) 744-5688 or email the graduate director at firstname.lastname@example.org.