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Prepare for a career in a lucrative, growing field with a master's degree in mathematical sciences from UWF. Our flexible course options let you tailor the program to meet your career objectives.

Why Study Mathematical Sciences at UWF?

Our program prepares professionals with a master's degree in mathematics, statistics or a related field for career advancement, doctoral study, a teaching career or government or industry positions.

Our diverse, expert faculty share their experience and provide opportunities for you to collaborate and get involved in primary research.

Courses are offered synchronously face-to-face and online.

Three start dates allow for flexibility, and students have up to six years to complete the degree based on their schedules.

What You Will Learn

After fulfilling core requirements in matrix theory and statistical inference, you will pursue either a thesis or non-thesis track.

If you pursue the non-thesis track, you will choose from mathematics research, statistics research or a capstone project in either mathematics or statistics.

There are many opportunities for research with faculty and fellow students. Our students publish widely. Recent student publications have been in the Journal of General Internal Medicine, the Journal of Marine Biology, Science of the Total Environment, Geospatial Health, Physics Letter A, Applied Soft Computing Journal and the International Journal of Distributed Systems and Technologies.

Graduate assistantships and financial aid scholarships are available. Travel funds are available for graduate students who present in conferences.

UWF programs offered at the Pensacola campus or UWF Emerald Coast may require online courses. Please discuss the program requirements and planning with your academic advisor.

Interested in the online version of this program?

Earn your master's degree on a schedule that works for you.

Visit Online Mathematical Sciences M.S.