Program Learning Objectives
- Demonstrate a high level of overall mathematical knowledge in the traditional areas of advanced mathematics, such as algebra, analysis, topology, and discrete mathematics.
- Apply mathematical knowledge in new settings.
- Produce detailed, rigorous, and correct proofs.
- Communicate effectively in oral and written forms.
|MATH 476||Advanced Topics in Applied Mathematics||4|
|MATH 502||Numerical Methods in Applied Mathematics||4|
|MATH 520||Applied Analysis I||4|
|MATH 521||Applied Analysis II||4|
|MATH 530||Discrete Mathematics with Applications I||4|
|MATH 531||Discrete Mathematics with Applications II||4|
|MATH 548||Transition to Graduate Mathematics 1||4|
|MATH 550||Real Analysis||4|
|MATH 561||Graduate Algebra||4|
Select additional units at the 400 or 500 level as approved by the Graduate Committee.
|Satisfactory completion of the comprehensive examinations or thesis defense.|
Students that pass both the algebra and the real analysis qualifying exams before the fall of their first year of graduate school may choose to waive the requirement to take MATH 548. In that case, the number of electives would be 13 instead of 9.