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Master of Science in Mathematics Testimonial University of central Missouri
Master of Science in Mathematics Testimonial
Testimonial about M.S. in Math program at UCM
UCM's M.S. In Mathematics is now offered in Lee's Summit Missouri
M.S. in Math program at the University of Central Missouri includes a Fulbright instructor




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Program of Study

Option 1: Pure Mathematics

REQUIRED GRADUATE COURSES - 15 credit hours

Elect from the following (at least one 5000-level course) 3-9

Course Title Credit
MATH 4711
Introduction to Modern Algebra
3
MATH 5711
Advanced Group and Field Theory
3
MATH 5722
Advanced Ring and Module Theory
3


E
lect from the following (at least one 5000-level course) 3-9

Course Title Credit
MATH 4150
Advanced Calculus I
3
MATH 4171
Functions of a Complex Variable
3
MATH 5150
Advanced Calculus II
3
MATH 5180
Real Analysis
3


E
lect from the following (at least one 5000-level course) 3-6

Course Title Credit
MATH 4211
Topology I
3
MATH 5211
Topology II
3


E
lect from the following 0-6

Course Title Credit
MATH 4312
Probability Models
3
MATH 4400
Combinatorics
3
MATH 4450
Intro. to Graph Theory
3
MATH 4741
Intro. to the Theory of Numbers
3


G
RADUATE ELECTIVES - 15 credit hours

Course Title Credit
MATH 6950
Thesis
6
Graduate Courses in MATH or CS
9-18
Graduate courses in areas related to Mathematics
0-3

MINIMUM GRADUATE HOUR TOTAL - 30 credit hours
A minimum of 15 semester hours of 5000 / 6000 level courses is required. Either thesis or Departmental Comprehensive Exam is required.

Option 2: Applied Mathematics

REQUIRED GRADUATE COURSES - 12

Course Title Credit
MATH 5331
Multivariate Statistical Analysis
3
MATH 5341
Applied Stochastic Processes
3
MATH 6912
Master’s Project
6

Elect from the Following 0-6

Course Title Credit
MATH 6950
Mater’s Thesis
6

Elect from the Following 12-18

Course Title Credit
MATH 4312
Probability Models
3
MATH 4322
Applied Statistics II
3
MATH 4323
Statistical Aspects of Experimental Design
3
MATH 4501
Actuarial Exam Review Problem Set I
1
MATH 4510
Mathematics of Finance
3
MATH 4511
Actuarial Exam Review Problem Set
1
MATH 4520
Life Contingencies I
3
MATH 4530
Statistical Modeling
3
MATH 5522
Life Contingencies II
3
MATH 5910
Special Projects in Statistics
1-3
MATH 5920
Internship in Actuarial Science/Statistics
1-3
CS 4100
SAS Programming
3
CS 4420
System Simulation and Modeling
3
CS 4600
Database Theory & Applications
3
CS 5600
Advanced Database Systems
3
FIN 4817
Managing Financial Derivatives
3
FIN 5830
Advanced Financial Institutions and Markets
3
FIN 5840
Investment Analysis and Practice
3

MINIMUM GRADUATE HOUR TOTAL - 30 credit hours
A minimum of 15 semester hours of 5000 / 6000 level courses is required. Either thesis or Departmental Comprehensive Exam is required.