Master of Science in Mathematics
Concentrations in Teaching and Applied Mathematics
Boyd 310 • 678-839-6489
A. Boumenir, M. Gordon, B. Landman (Chair), V. Nguyen, V. Tuan
W. Faucette, C. Leach, A. Khodkar, K. Smith, S. Sykes, R. Xu, M. Yazdani
J. Black, A. Chatterjee, J. Kang, K. Shin, F. Wei, K. Westbrook
Visiting Assistant Professors:
R. Chilluffo, K. Dyke, C. Matthews, B. May
C. Autrey, J. Bellon, G. Kittel, S. Rivera
For regular admission to the program, students are expected to have a Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution, a cumulative GPA of at least 2.7 on all college level work, a combined verbal and quantitative GRE score of at least 1030, with no score less than 400, completion of the calculus sequence (equivalent of UWG courses MATH 1634, 2644, 2654) plus at least twelve hours of mathematics courses at the advanced undergraduate level (3000 level or higher, or the equivalent). Applicants must also fulfill all other requirements for admission to the Graduate School. All applications should be submitted directly to the Graduate School. Please see the Graduate School's web site (http://www.westga.edu/~gradsch/) to complete the online application form. For further information please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Master's program offers a Concentration in Teaching Option and a Concentration in Applied Mathematics Option.