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The Department of Mathematics at Boise State University offers graduate study leading to a Master of Science (M.S.) degree in mathematics. The department has strengths in set theory, topology, knot theory, statistics, computational statistics, numerical analysis, cryptology, and applied and computational mathematics. This expertise is reflected in our dynamic curriculum, and degree emphasis areas of statistics, applied and pure mathematics.
The Master of Science degree in mathematics provides a solid foundation in the theoretical and applied aspects of mathematics. The program aims to provide students with a broad background in mathematics and the opportunity of concentration in an area of special interest.
- How to apply
- Graduation requirements
- Schedule of classes
- Course descriptions
- Accelerated Masters
- Information for current students
- Frequently Asked Questions
For more information contact the program coordinator, Prof. Jens Harlander,
via phone at (208)-426-3312 or email email@example.com