A Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics is required for admission to this program. Students with degrees in other fields may possibly be admitted, with undergraduate deficiencies, at the discretion of departmental advisers. Before beginning graduate studies, students are expected to have completed a one-year course in advanced calculus.
Thirty credits are required. Six credits may be devoted to a thesis.
18 credits, possibly with up to 9 from approved subspecialities in other departments.
Includes a comprehensive oral examination before the degree is awarded. Examinations cover the student’s program of study and are scheduled towards the end of the semester in which the work is completed.