The MSc, or Master of Science, is a popular Master’s degree designation. Internationally recognized, the MSc is typically awarded after about five to six years of rigorous study in what is usually a science-based field.

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View all Master of Science Programs in Mathematics in North America 2018/2019

Campus
September 2019
USA
Brookville

The 37-credit Master of Science degree program in Applied Mathematics offers specializations in either Classical Mathematics or Computer Mathematics. Classical Mathematics focuses on the foundations of modern mathematical theory, covering linear algebra, numerical methods and complex analysis. Computer Mathematics combines the fields of mathematics and technology through courses such as logic and information, applications of analysis, linear programming and statistics. Students must complete either a thesis or a prepare a topic in mathematics and deliver a lecture on that topic. [+]

Campus
September 2019
USA
Newark

Mathematics has always been crucial to many different forms of scientific inquiry. Now, more than ever, advances in scientific research are found to benefit from the formulation and analysis of quantitative mathematical models. Successful analysis of a model leads to a better understanding of the role and interaction of key components in the system being studied and provides a predictive tool for improving system performance. [+]

Campus
September 2019
USA
Memphis

Hosted in attractive, spacious and recently restructured Dunn Hall, and embedded in commercially vibrant and culturally rich Memphis area, the Department of Mathematical Sciences (DMS) offers outstanding opportunities for study and research in many areas of pure and applied mathematics and statistics. The DMS's mission is multi-fold and encompasses strong components in education, research, and service. Its ultimate goal is the creation and dissemination of mathematics, to benefit the new generations, the scientific community at large, as well as, ultimately, the present technological society. Our faculty is known nationally and internationally for its high-level and prolific research activity, with currently active groups working in Analysis, Combinatorics, Differential Equations, Ergodic Theory, and Applied Statistics. [+]

Campus
Full time
Part time
1 - 6 years
September 2019
USA
+ 2 more

The M.S. in Mathematics is designed to provide the mathematical background needed to pursue careers in applied mathematics, statistics, industry, and teaching. [+]

Campus
Full time
September 2019
USA
Chicago

Following acceptance to the program, students meet with the graduate advisor to plan a program of study. All students are required to obtain approval for their course selections each semester. [+]

Campus
Full time
Part time
2 - 3 years
September 2019
USA
+ 1 more

The Master's of Science in Applied Mathematics requires 30 credit hours of approved coursework divided between mathematics and one of the following areas of application: physics, computer science, statistics, operations research, economics, engineering (civil, electrical, mechanical, or systems). [+]

Campus
Full time
Part time
3 - 4 semesters
August 2019
USA
+ 1 more

The primary mission of the MS degree program in Mathematics and Statistics is to prepare students for professional careers in disciplines which make use of the mathematical and statistical sciences. The curriculum is intended for individuals who have strong backgrounds, but not necessarily baccalaureate degrees, in mathematics. [+]

Campus
Full time
Part time
2 years
September 2019
USA
+ 1 more

The objective of the program MSc in Applied and Computational Mathematics is to provide students with the capability to apply mathematical models and methods to study various problems that arise in industry and business, with an emphasis on developing computable solutions that can be implemented. [+]

Campus
Full time
2 years
September 2019
USA
Medford

The Mathematics department supports an intimate and vibrant graduate program. All our professors are active in research, which provides graduate students with many options for research areas. [+]

Campus
Full time
September 2019
USA
Syracuse

Created in 1989, the Applied Statistics Program at Syracuse University is an interdisciplinary program within the College of Arts and Sciences that includes faculty from computer and information science, management, mathematics, psychology, and the social sciences, among others. The program offers an undergraduate concentration in applied statistics, sponsors a speakers series that hosts visiting statisticians and scientists, and offers a master’s degree in applied statistics. [+]

Online
Campus
Part time
18 months
January 2019
USA
+ 1 more

Broaden your knowledge and practice in teaching and learning mathematics. This concentration offers a range of opportunities to develop your expertise in mathematics and in the methods of teaching mathematics to meet the needs of diverse learners. [+]

Campus
Full time
2 years
September 2019
USA
Montgomery

Alabama State University offers a Masters of Science degree in Mathematics, that typically involves the completion of about 2 years of study, passing the Graduate Comprehensive Examination on general mathematical knowledge, writing a thesis involving a certain amount of original research and passing the Final Oral Examination dealing with one's thesis. [+]

Campus
Full time
September 2019
Canada
Toronto

The MSc in Mathematics provides students with a strong background in disciplines such as analysis, algebra, topology and modern applications in computational fields. [+]

Campus
Full time
Part time
24 - 48 months
September 2019
Canada
+ 1 more

The MSc program is 24 months for full-time students and 48 months for part-time students. The format for the degree consists of at least 3 graduate level courses and a thesis. All students will take Algebra (Math 5405), Analysis (Math 5505), and a third course. In some cases, a student may be required to include undergraduate courses as well, if additional background preparation is required. [+]

Online
Full time
Part time
September 2019
USA
New York

Applied mathematics is the language of science, engineering, and fields beyond. Just as English is spoken by more non-native speakers than by native, mathematics is used daily by more non-mathematicians than by mathematicians. A Master's Degree in Applied Mathematics is an ideal career complement to nearly any practicing or aspiring researcher in quantitative domains.

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