Apr 19, 2021  
2018-2019 Graduate Bulletin 
    
2018-2019 Graduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED BULLETIN]

Department of Mathematics


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Chair
William A. Coberly

Professors
Christian Constanda
J. C. Diaz
Dale R. Doty
Kevin A. O’Neil
Richard A. Redner
Dale A. Schoenefeld

Associate Professors
William A. Coberly
Peyton J. Cook
Brett McKinney
Shirley B. Pomeranz

Assistant Professor
Matteo Dalla Riva

Applied Assistant Professors
Matthew Donahue
Janica Edmonds
William Hamill

Graduate Program Advisor
Dale R. Doty

For more information about degree offerings, visit the Department of Mathematics webpage.

The Department of Mathematics offers graduate programs leading to the Master of Science (M.S.)  degree in applied mathematics and the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)  degree in mathematics.

Learning Objectives

Master of Science in Applied Mathematics. Students who complete the M.S. degree program in applied mathematics will be able to:

  • Apply methods of mathematical modeling and problem solving to a variety of applied topics, including computational and analytical methods;
  • Demonstrate a general knowledge of mathematics beyond the undergraduate level; and
  • Communicate mathematics effectively in written and oral form.

Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematics. Students who complete the Ph.D. degree program in mathematics will be able to:

  • Produce scholarship that is both original and significant in a subfield of mathematics or in a related interdisciplinary field;
  • Demonstrate a general knowledge of mathematics and its application consistent with that of a professional mathematician in an academic or research setting; and
  • Communicate mathematics effectively in written and oral form.

In collaboration with The Collins College of Business , the Department of Mathematics offers a joint Master of Science (M.S.)  degree program in finance and applied mathematics.

Courses

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