If you desire a career in applied math/computer science, are a math teacher looking to enhance teaching skills or subject knowledge, or aspire to a PhD in mathematics, Wilkes’ master of science degree in mathematics can help.
|Program Type||Format||Credit Hours|
|Master's Degree||On Campus||30|
Why Study Mathematics at Wilkes?
The master of science degree program in Mathematics lets you build your curriculum based on your interests, academic goals and advice from faculty mentors. Most students enroll in small-group classes in algebra, analysis, topology, applied mathematics, probability and statistics, or selected courses in computer science. Small class sizes provide plenty of opportunities for one-on-one instruction from faculty.
What Will You Learn in our Mathematics Program?
- You’ll focus your coursework in one of three areas:
- Pure Mathematics
- Applied Mathematics
- Probability and Statistics
- You will develop the ability to precisely define and solve problems. Some of these problems are motivated from the real world while some are classical in nature. This is the kernel reason why mathematics is an important tool for individuals who wish to solve problems across disciplines.