The Department of Mathematics and Statistics offers an MA Mathematics degree, an MS Mathematics degree, and an MS Statistics degree. For each math degree, a student must pass 30 units of course work. In addition, a student must either pass two comprehensive exams or write a thesis or perform a writing project while under the supervision of a math department faculty member. The MS Statistics degree requires a minimum of 36 units of classes. We have a wide range of faculty research areas such as algebra, applied mathematics, dynamical systems, linear algebra, graph theory, combinatorics, statistics, and mathematics education.
Programs for Graduate Students
Check out Faculty (by Research) for an idea of potential research relationships.
The CGS Blog highlighted our MS Statistics program by interviewing several of our gradutes. See what they have to say!
We offer teaching assistantships to qualified graduate students.