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Texas A&M University

Distance Education - Master of Science in Mathematics

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The Online Master Of Science in Mathematics offers a rich experience in the History of Mathematics, Geometry, and Modeling, as well as the latest in information technology skills. Specializations in Mathematics Teaching, Mathematics and Statistics, and Computational Mathematics are now available at a distance.

This 36-semester hour graduate program is designed for individuals with interests in mathematics, with a particular desire to teach in K-12 and community colleges, in computational math or in mathematics and statistics. Primarily this program is intended for individuals with a solid background in mathematics, such as a degree in a mathematically related subject. However, others are encouraged to apply as well. Texas A&M offers a G6 classification, which is a postgraduate nondegree-seeking status, so it is not necessary to enroll as a degree seeking graduate student to enjoy the benefits of the program.

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Open Letter to Prospective Students

Spring 2024 Courses

Math 609 Numerical Analysis
Math 629 History of Mathematics
Math 639 Iterative Techniques
Math 645 Survey of Mathematical Problems I
Math 689 Seminar in Topology

Summer 2024 10-Week Courses

Math 613 Graph Theory
Math 615 Introduction to Classical Analysis
Math 640 Linear Algebra for Applications
Math 696 Mathematical Communications and Technology

Fall 2024 Courses

Math 619 Applied Probability
Math 632 A Transition to Graduate Level Mathematics
Math 647 Mathematical Modeling
Math 649 Principles of Deep Learning

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