Master's Programs


The Department of Mathematics offers two master's degree programs: the Master of Arts in Mathematics and the Master of Science in Applied Mathematics

Faculty expertise covers a wide range of research specialties. With about 25 graduate students and 20 faculty members, there is lively interaction as well as extensive individual attention. All graduate students have individual advisers throughout their enrollment, starting from the time of admission. New students also receive peer advisers. In addition, research seminars and the department colloquium series help students explore potential research areas.