Degree Requirements

Each graduate student selects three or more faculty members to serve on a supervisory committee. The chair of this committee is the student's major advisor. The student works with the members of the supervisory committee to develop a program of study that both meets the degree requirements and is appropriate for the student's career goals. The student's major advisor works closely with the student on the research for, and the writing of, the thesis.

Requirements for the Thesis Option M.S. degree in Mathematics:

Requirements for the Non-Thesis Option M.S. degree in Mathematics:

The approved graduate sequences:

Graduate students are expected to participate in the Graduate Seminar where they present talks related to their course work and/or thesis.

Note: Most 4000/5000 and 6000 level courses are not offered each semester, so please consult our course offerings page when planning a schedule of coursework.