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 505||Graduate Teaching Seminar||1|
|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 540||Topology I||4|
|MATH 541||Topology II||4|
|MATH 548||Transition to Graduate Mathematics||4|
|MATH 550||Real Analysis||4|
|MATH 560||Field Theory||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.|