Graduate Program Courses

Course descriptions and prerequisites of the graduate courses

Pathway Course Schedules

Graduate Courses Chart

The Department offers the following courses as a part of the Graduate Program:

Mathematics Courses (3 Credit Hours each):

  • MATH 5509: General Algebra I
  • MATH 5510: Complex Variables I
  • MATH 5513: Real Variables I
  • MATH 5514: Mathematics for Secondary Teachers: Algebra and Analysis
  • MATH 5517: Matrix Theory I
  • MATH 5519: General Algebra II
  • MATH 5521: Differential Equations
  • MATH 5523: Real Variables II
  • MATH 5524: Mathematics for Secondary Teachers: Geometry
  • MATH 5527: Matrix Theory II [Not offered]
  • MATH 5530: Axiomatic Set Theory [Not offered]
  • MATH 5532: Advanced Numerical Analysis I
  • MATH 5534: Theory of Approximation [Not offered]
  • MATH 5542: Advanced Numerical Analysis II
  • MATH 5545: Mathematical Methods in Science and Engineering
  • MATH 5552: General Topology [Not offered]
  • MATH 5557: Functional Analysis [Not offered]
  • MATH 5590: Special Topics

Statistics Courses (3 Credit Hours each):

  • STAT 5501: Statistical Design of Experiments
  • STAT 5537: Mathematical Statistics I
  • STAT 5547: Mathematical Statistics II
  • STAT 5551: Applied Statistical Analysis
  • STAT 5561: Time Series Analysis
  • STAT 5565: Regression Analysis
  • STAT 5572: Multivariate Analysis
  • STAT 5576: Probability
  • STAT 5578: Advanced Mathematical Statistics
  • STAT 5588: Theory of General Linear Models
  • STAT 5590: Special Topics