Students interested in completing the program of study for the MA in Mathematics during evening and/or weekend times via attending classes through video-conferencing can apply to the online version of the program through the graduate school.
Most students attending in this way finish in three to four years, depending on the number of courses taken at one time.
The department offers three to five courses from the program each calendar year in the late afternoon, evening or weekend. We allow students to attend via the zoom interactive video conferencing system. The required courses will rotate as indicated in the table below (2020-21 is "year B"), with several electives planned each year as well. Secondary concentrators are required to take several courses from the Reich College of Education, all of which are available as online courses.
Students attending in this way are not eligible for graduate assistantships or fellowships, as those are reserved for full-time, on-campus students.
Fall 2022 (year "A")
- MAT 5610 Analysis 1 (3)
- MAT 5540 Selected Topics -- Mathematics Learning Theories (3)
- MAT 5620 Analysis II (3)
- MAT 5941 Technology for Teaching Mathematics (3)
- Elective (If there is demand)
Fall 2023 (year "B")
- STT 5810 Computational Probability (3)
- MAT 5910 Investigations in Teaching Mathematics (3)
- STT 5811 Statistical Concepts and Applications I (3)
- Elective (if there is demand)
Standard Sequencing of "Virtual" Attendance Capable Required Coursework
We will conform to this rotation when we have students who will need to be virtual attendees.
|Year A||MAT 5610: Analysis 1||MAT 5620: Analysis 2|
|Year B||STT 5810: Computational Probability||STT 5811: Statistical Concepts & Apps 1|
|Year C||MAT 5230: Linear Algebra||MAT 5330: Mathematical Modeling|
Note: Other courses are offered that allow virtual attendance; scheduling of those courses is on an as needed basis.