*Information about admission on a non-degree basis is here.A candidate for the Master's degree in mathematics must fulfill a number of departmental requirements.Students who have earned a GPA of 3.7 or higher and taken at least 18 credits in the program have the option to write a Master's thesis under the supervision of a Mathematics faculty member.*

Submatriculants should have an adequate background to pass the Written Preliminary Examination upon admission to the program.

The Master's degree in mathematics encompasses the basic graduate curriculum in mathematics, and also offers the opportunity of some more specialized training in an area of interest.

At least one of the readers must be a full-time Courant Mathematics faculty member.

You can find more detailed information in the Thesis Guidelines FAQ.

Graduates of our program distinguish themselves for their problem solving skills, computational and modeling ability, and excellent communication skills.

These abilities allow them to pursue scientific or technical careers in industry, education or government.Most Master's students tend to take the exam toward the end of their graduate studies.Students are permitted to take the written examinations twice with no special permission.A typical Master's course of study will involve basic courses in real analysis, complex analysis and linear algebra, followed by other fundamental courses such as probability, scientific computing, and differential equations.Depending on their mathematical interests, students will then be able to take more advanced graduate courses in pure and applied mathematics.Students in the masters program take at least eight graduate courses from the list of approved courses numbered 500 and above, including at least one each in applied algebra, applied analysis, probability and statistics, and numerical methods.With permission of the Graduate Group Chair, certain courses with a 400-number may be counted toward the course requirement for the Masters degree.A third and final attempt may be granted by the Department on a case-by-case basis.The examinations, in advanced calculus, complex variables and linear algebra, may include some of the following material: Advanced Calculus: Real numbers.The Masters of Arts program in AMCS is intended for students who wish to go into professional careers in Applied Mathematics, or wish to obtain sufficient background in Applied Mathematics to be a strong candidate for a doctoral program in Applied Mathematics, Mathematics, Statistics, Financial Mathematics etc.While an undergraduate degree in Mathematics, or Applied Mathematics is not required, applicants to the program should have taken sufficiently many advanced undergraduate mathematics courses so that their interest in and aptitude for mathematics can be assessed.

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## Graduate Programs - Applied Mathematics and Statistics

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## Honors Theses Division of Applied Mathematics

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## PhD Thesis in mathematics - arXiv

In the ﬁrst part of this thesis we prove that the Khas’minskii condition continues to hold for any p 21;1. The proof is based on properties of solutions to the obstacle problem see sections2.1.1and2.2.2. The existence of Evans potentials is more di cult to prove when p, 2. Indeed, the nonlinearity of the p-Laplacian makes…

## Masters Program - Applied mathematics

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## Master of Science in Applied Mathematics - edu

Students are also doing well in Ph. D. studies after their applied mathematics degree. A student received a top campus wide fellowship from Notre Dame University and has written two papers from this thesis and four papers from his Ph. D. dissertation. The teaching option is also attractive.…