College of Science and Health > Academics > Mathematical Sciences > Combined Degree Programs > Pure Mathematics (MS)
The combined bachelor’s + master’s degree program in Pure Mathematics is designed to provide students with rigorous training in Pure Mathematics as well as a solid foundation for pursuing PhD-level graduate work in mathematics or for teaching mathematics at the community college level. Additional information about the graduate program in Pure Mathematics can be found on the program webpage.
Students applying for admission to the combined bachelor’s + master’s degree program in Pure Mathematics should have already completed the following undergraduate coursework:
In addition, students who plan to apply to the combined degree program in Pure Mathematics are strongly advised to complete at least one of the following course sequences during their junior year to ensure they meet the prerequisites for graduate coursework during their senior year:
Students who are interested in applying to the combined degree program in Pure Mathematics but who are not concurrently enrolled in either Abstract Algebra or Real Analysis, or who have not yet completed MAT 261 or MAT 262, should consult with the Pure Mathematics Graduate Program Director Yevgenia Kashina (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Students may apply for admission into the combined bachelor’s + master’s degree program in Pure Mathematics during their junior year of study. To apply, students should submit the following materials to the Office of Graduate Admission (email@example.com):
Interested students are strongly encouraged to consult with the Pure Mathematics Graduate Program Director Yevgenia Kashina prior to submitting their application.
Pure Mathematics (MS) program webpage
CSH Combined Degree Program Application