College of Science and Health > Academics > Mathematical Sciences > Graduate Programs
The Department of Mathematical Sciences offers several degree options for students interested in pursuing graduate-level study.
Current DePaul undergraduates can apply to enter the combined degree program.
The Applied Mathematics (MS) and Applied Statistics (MS) graduate programs are designed to provide students with a strong quantitative background for employment in business, industry, or government. The programs also provide a solid foundation for students interested in pursuing PhD-level graduate work in Applied Mathematics or Applied Statistics. Coursework for these programs is offered on weekday evenings at DePaul's Lincoln Park campus.
The Mathematics Education (MA) and Mathematics for Teaching (MS) graduate programs are designed for current and prospective teachers of Mathematics at the secondary and community college levels, including career-changers who have not previously completed a degree in Mathematics. Coursework for these programs is offered on weekends at DePaul's Lincoln Park campus. Click here to download the tentative course schedule for Summer 2019 and Autumn 2019.
The graduate program in Pure Mathematics (MS) is designed for students whose career goals will be furthered by graduate-level training in mathematics, including students who plan to pursue a PhD in Mathematics or a closely-related field. Coursework for this program is offered on weekday evenings at DePaul's Lincoln Park campus.
The Department of Mathematical Sciences hires graduate students as Graduate Teaching Assistants (GTAs) to conduct recitation sections in algebra and calculus. These teaching assistantships provide our graduate students with invaluable experience of teaching mathematics at the college level. Additionally, a limited number of tuition waivers are awarded each year on a competitive basis.
For more information about graduate assistantship opportunities, please contact the graduate program director Yevgenia Kashina(email@example.com).