Graduate Program

General Information

The department has graduate programs that lead to masters and doctoral degrees in mathematics and statistics. The masters program prepares students for positions in industry, government, business after graduation with masters degree (M.S.). The graduates of doctoral program obtain doctor of philosophy (Ph.D.) degree for direct placement in business, industry, governmental institutions and research universities. Each program has a number of concentrations as follows.

Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematics and Statistics

  • Concentration in Mathematics
  • Concentration in Bioinformatics
  • Concentration in Biostatistics

Master of Science in Mathematics

  • “No Concentration”=Concentration in Mathematics
  • Concentration in Bioinformatics
  • Concentration in Biostatistics
  • Concentration in Discrete Mathematics
  • Concentration in Scientific Computing
  • Concentration in Statistics
  • Concentration in Statistics and Allied Field

Master of Science in Analytics (Graduate Curriculum)

  • Concentration in Computational Data Analytics

Graduate Catalog

More details about the graduate program can be found in Mathematics & Statistics Graduate Catalog.