Master of Science in Mathematics
Concentrations in Teaching and Applied Mathematics
Boyd 310 • 678-839-6489
A. Boumenir, M. Gordon, A. Khodkar, B. Landman (Chair), T. Vu
A. Chatterjee, W. Faucette, J. Kang, C. Leach, K. Shin, K. Smith, S. Sykes, R. Xu, M. Yazdani
J. Black, F. Wei
Limited Term Assistant Professors:
B. Jackson, M. Xuan
The Master's program in Mathematics offers a Concentration in Teaching Option and a Concentration in Applied Mathematics Option.
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, MATH 2644, MATH 2654) plus at least twelve hours of mathematics courses at the advanced undergraduate level (3000 level or higher, or the equivalent).
Provisional admission: Applicants applying to a master's degree program in mathematics with less than the required GPA and GRE may be considered for provisional admission. They must submit official GRE test scores and must also have a grade point average of at least 2.2. In no event may the grade point average be less than 2.2. Applicants may also be admitted provisionally for reasons other than, or in addition to, grade point average and GRE test scores. Meeting departmental test score and grade point average requirements is no guarantee of admission. Provisional admission is ultimately subject to departmental approval and the Dean of the College of Science and Mathematics.
Please contact the College of Science and Mathematics Graduate Studies Associate at 678-839-5192 or by visiting the website at http://www.westga.edu/~gradsch/