August 30, 2011
More, better, faster: Department of mathematics announces a new, concurrent bachelor and master of science program
The department of mathematics announces a new concurrent bachelor of science and master of science program.
The combined program will provide exceptional undergraduates with the opportunity to obtain both a bachelor of science and a master of science in mathematics in five years, a shorter time than typically required to earn a bachelor's and master's of science if both degrees are pursued separately. The program will allow students to pursue any of the three current capstone options for the master's of science in mathematics: a master's examination, a master's report or a master's thesis.
The goal of the program is to produce graduates with a broad, solid grounding in mathematics to support further study at the doctoral level or to outfit the graduate for a mathematical job in industry, government or finance.
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