Jul 27, 2021  
2013-2014 Graduate Catalog 
    
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Mathematical Sciences


The Department of Mathematical Sciences offers both the Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees. The M.S. program has areas of concentration in Pure Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Applied Statistics, Statistics, and Teaching Mathematics. The Ph.D. program has areas of concentration in Applied Mathematics, Computational Mathematics, Pure Mathematics, and Statistics. Specific disciplines include approximation theory, applied complex analysis, bioinformatics, biostatistics, calculus of variations, combinatorics, control theory, finite fields, graph theory, mathematical education, mathematical modeling, number theory, numerical analysis, partial differential equations, scientific computing, set theory, statistics. Excellent computing facilities are available for classroom studies and research. The Department of Mathematical Sciences, through an active faculty, offers graduate students both an unusual amount of personal attention and a lively research atmosphere. The degree programs are designed to provide students with a strong theoretical background in graduate-level mathematics. Our graduates have been successful in finding employment in industry, government and education.

Derrick DuBose, Ph.D., Chair
Douglas Burke, Ph.D., Graduate Coordinator
  

Program Information 

Mathematical Sciences Faculty 

Mathematical Sciences Courses 

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Plans

Master of Science - Mathematical Sciences 

Doctor of Philosophy - Mathematical Sciences 

Dual Degree: Master of Science in Engineering - Electrical Engineering & Master of Science - Mathematical Sciences 

Dual Degree: Master of Arts - Economics & Master of Science - Mathematical Sciences 

Dual Degree: Doctor of Philosophy - Electrical Engineering & Master of Science - Mathematical Sciences