The M.S. program offers students who hold the bachelors in mathematics, statistics or related fields an opportunity to broaden their knowledge in several fields of mathematics, statistics, and their applications. The M.S. program is designed for students seeking careers in science, business, industry, or government; for students who want to teach in high schools or at the community college level; or for students who plan to pursue doctoral studies. The M.S. program offered by the Department of Mathematics and Statistics permits students considerable flexibility in choosing courses. For example, students who want to seeking careers in financial/investment industries, banks, insurance companies, or government may choose more statistics courses that emphasize the use, adoption, and development of statistical methods and state-of-the-art computer technology in the analysis of data from problems in all fields of study.
All courses in the department's M.S. program are taught via Collaborate, an online instructional platform. Therefore each course will contain both face-to-face and distance students. Admission requirements, program requirements, and course listings for face-to-face and distance students are identical.Click here for more information on using Collaborate.
Each student must complete a minimum 30-31 semester hours (sh) of approved course work.
Students will take 24sh math/stat graduate courses approved by the department and at least 15 sh should be at 6000-level.
Teaching Assistantships, Research Assistantships, Graduate Assistantships are available as well as scholarships and internships. For more information contact Dr. Jaromy Kuhl at email@example.com
For information concerning tuition and fees please visit http://catalog.uwf.edu/graduate/tuitionandfees/. Out-of-state students may qualify for an out-of-state tuition waiver. Please visit http://onlinecampus.uwf.edu/Affordable/waiverForm.cfm for detailed information.