The highly customizable Master’s degree in Mathematics provides the essential training and skills in pure or applied math to compete for positions in education, industry, and government laboratories.
The Master’s program in Mathematics allows you to customize your coursework as you develop mastery in one or more areas of pure or applied math. Throughout the program, you will work closely with faculty with extensive backgrounds in applied math, computational science, statistics, financial engineering, industrial modeling, and related fields. Students may elect to receive either a Master of Arts (MA) or a Master of Science (MS) degree, each with identical requirements. Admission into the program requires a BA or BS in mathematics. Ideal preparation includes undergraduate coursework in multivariate/vector calculus, real analysis, differential equations, linear algebra, complex variables, numerical methods, and probability theory.
- Because the Institute of Mathematical Sciences is part of the Claremont Center for the Mathematical Sciences, you’ll have access to one of the largest mathematical science communities in California.
- You will gain first-hand experience in solving significant problems for industry and government clients through our internationally recognized Engineering & Industrial Applied Mathematics Clinic.
- You can pursue a PhD in Mathematics in conjunction with another degree program at CGU, such as a Master of Public Health. You receive a diploma for each degree, “double count” some units from one program to the other, and decrease your required total units.