The Ph.D. in Mathematical Sciences degree program has three concentrations: Mathematics, Collegiate Mathematics Education and Statistics. The program has unique components of six hours of coursework in teaching pedagogy and two semesters of teaching internship for students choosing academic careers. It also provides an opportunity for students choosing a non-academic career by offering industrial internships to gain industrial working experience.
The Master of Arts in Mathematics degree program is aimed at preparing students for further study in Ph.D. programs, for teaching positions at colleges, or for industrial jobs.
The Accelerated M.A. in Mathematics program provides the opportunity for senior undergraduate students to begin graduate coursework during the senior year so that they will be able to complete the Bachelor's and Master's degrees in five years