This accelerated sequence leads to both the B.S. and M.S. degrees in Mathematical Sciences. Students who wish to complete this program may apply to the department during their junior year. The program is open to undergraduate majors in mathematical sciences who have completed at least 90 semester hours of undergraduate course work including all general education requirements, all major requirements below the 400 level, and MATH 430. Students who have met these criteria may apply for admission to the M.S. program in Mathematical Sciences under the special provisions of the accelerated degree program. Students must complete their applications to the M.S. program according to the procedures of the Graduate School. Admission to the accelerated degree program is contingent upon departmental approval.
Students accepted into the accelerated degree program will matriculate in the graduate program during their senior year. Up to 18 semester hours of graduate courses may count towards the undergraduate degree. All graduate course work must be approved by the department.