Thirty-three semester hours of approved graduate courses are required for the MS degree in mathematics (see below). In addition, one comprehensive exam must be passed: either one Qualifying Exam (as listed under the Doctor of Philosophy requirements) or a comprehensive exam given by the Department of Mathematics. No foreign language is required for the Master of Science degree.
|MTH 5310||Advanced Abstract Algebra I||3|
|MTH 5323||Theory of Functions of Real Variables I||3|
|MTH 5350||Complex Analysis||3|
|Select 21 semester hours from the following:||21|
Any 4000 level or higher MTH course carrying graduate credit
Any 5000 level STA course
Or other graduate electives only as approved by the Department of Mathematics