Master of Science In Computing, Statistics and Mathematics
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
The Master of Science program in Computing, Statistics and Mathematics is designed to prepare students to engage in professional activities in mathematics, statistics and computing in business, government, industry and higher education. The concentrations focus on the use of mathematical tools to solve problems arising in applications of mathematics
In addition to the University’s admission requirements:
● 24-27 credits in undergraduate prerequisites: Calculus through Multivariate Calculus, Elementary Statistics, Linear Algebra, Programming in a high level language through data structures. Students lacking some of the above prerequisites may, with advisement, enroll in undergraduate courses to fulfill the requirements
● GRE (Graduate Record Exam) General Test scores
● Two letters of recommendation
● Departmental interview may be required
● 33 credits
● Research component
REQUIRED COURSES 21 credits
Math 5110 Discrete Mathematical Structure 3
Math 5200 Linear Algebra 3
Math 5220 Probability 3
Math 5505 Applied Statistical Analysis 3
Math 5610 Research Project/Seminar 3
CPS 5910 Computer Simulation of Models 3
CPS 5960 Operations Research: 3
Models and Algorithms
CONCENTRATION COURSES 9 credits
Select three courses from ONE
Math 5510 Multiple Regression Analysis 3
Math 5530 Applied Multivariate Analysis 3
Math 5515 Experimental Design 3
Math 5525 Quality Control 3
Math 5540 Actuarial Mathematics 3
CPS 5930 Operating System Concepts 3
CPS 5940 Concepts of Artificial Intelligence 3
CPS 5931 Network System Applications 3
CPS 5920 Data Base Systems 3
Math 5620 Mathematics, Randomness and Linguistics 3
Math 5410 Partial Differential Equations 3
Math 5300 Geometry 3
Math 5400 Principles of Mathematical Analysis 3
CPS 5900 Numerical Analysis 3
Math 5420 Applied Complex Variables 3
ELECTIVES 3 credits
Select one course from below or from any concentration.
Math 5155 Logic 3
Math 5220 Modern Algebra 3
Math 5310 Topological Structures 3
Math 5600 Special Topics in Mathematics 3
CPS 5950 Software Engineering 3
TOTAL 33 CREDITS
Behavioral Sciences, M.A.
Computing, Statistics and Mathematics, M.S.
Counselor Education, M.A.
Early Childhood Education, M.A.
Educational Administration, M.A.
Educational Media Specialization, M.A.
Educational Psychology, M.A.
Exercise Science, M.S.
Fine Arts Education, M.A.
Graphic Communications Technology
Instruction and Curriculum, M.A.
Liberal Studies, M.A.
Management Information Systems, M.S.
Marriage and Family Therapy Professional Diploma
Mathematics Education, M.A.
Nursing and Public Administration, M.S.N./M.P.A.
Occupational Therapy, M.S.
Public Administration, M.P.A.
Reading Specialization, M.A.
School Psychology, Professional Diploma
Special Education, M.A.
Speech Language Pathology, M.A.
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