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2021-2022 Graduate Catalog 
    
2021-2022 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Mathematics M.S./Statistics M.S.


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Dual Master’s Degrees

The graduate plan in Mathematics and Statistics leads to a Master of Science degree in Mathematics and a Master of Science degree in Statistics. This plan emphasizes a curriculum that is designed to educate students in both mathematics and statistics. The plan is suitable for students with degrees in engineering, science or other fields with an undergraduate background in mathematics.

Degree Requirements


Math/Stat Core Requirements (33 hours)


The following courses or their approved substitutes are required:

Students will select two courses from the following six courses:


Math/Stat Thesis Option (27 hours)


15 hours of MATH/STAT courses 5000-6000 level 6 hours of MATH/STAT electives 4000-6000 level Select one of the following:

Additional Information


Student

Math/Stat Extended Course Work Option (27 hours)


Students desiring to follow the extended coursework option must complete Research Project I and II (MATH 6837 /MATH 6838  or STAT 6837 /STAT 6838 ) during the last 18 hours of coursework.

15 hours of MATH/STAT courses 5000-6000 level 6 hours of MATH/STAT electives 4000-6000 level

One of the following groups:

Additional Information

At least 6 of these 9 credit hours must be in the field in which the thesis or research project is done.

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