A. Students must complete the following courses: 18
Problem-Solving Seminar
Foundations and Fundamental Concepts of Mathematics
Euclidean and Non-Euclidean Geometry
Introduction to Mathematical Analysis
Linear Algebra and Matrix Theory
Introduction to Mathematics Education Research
B. Students must either write a Master’s thesis or complete 6 semester credit hours of advanced courses in the department as approved by the Graduate Advisor of Record. 6
C. Students must normally take an additional 12 semester credit hours of coursework chosen from eligible graduate courses in the Department of Mathematics. Students may apply a maximum of 6 semester credit hours of graduate coursework from other disciplines, MAT 6963 Topics in Mathematics Education, or a combination thereof, as approved by the Graduate Advisor of Record. 12
D. Students are required to pass an advanced comprehensive examination or successfully defend their thesis research results.
Total Credit Hours 36