The Department of Mathematics and Statistics offers four master’s programs: Mathematics MA, Mathematics and Statistics MS, Applied Statistics MS, and Mathematics Education MS. The Mathematics MA has three emphases: a broad selection of courses in mathematics, mathematics and information technology, and mathematics and community college teaching.

Your Future Opportunities

Obtaining a major in Mathematics and Statistics prepares students for a variety of career opportunities.

Careers in this field

  • Cyrptographer
  • Mathematician
  • Economist
  • Statistician
  • Operations Research Analyst

Department of Mathematics and Statistics

The Mathematics and Statistics program is part of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics.

Applied Statistics, Master of Science (MS)

The Master of Science in Applied Statistics equips students with the skills necessary to advise business and industry in their growing needs for statistical analyses.

Mathematics and Statistics, Master of Science (MS)

The Master of Science in Mathematics and Statistics is designed for students who plan to pursue a PhD degree in either mathematics or statistics or work in an industry job.

Mathematics Education, Master of Science (MS)

The Master of Science in Mathematics Education is designed for licensed, practicing teachers. This program does not lead to initial teaching licensure. Students who desire initial licensure should consider the Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) degree offered through the College of Education.

Mathematics, Master of Arts (MA)

The Master of Arts in Mathematics enables students to study pure mathematics or mathematics for teaching in community colleges.

Mathematics and Statistics Faculty and Staff

Meet our Faculty and Staff and learn more about their expertise.