Graduate Programs

Four graduate degrees are offered by the Mathematics and Statistics Department.

  • M.S. in Mathematics (Pure Math)
    The Pure Math Graduate Program trains students in mathematical concepts independent of application outside mathematics.
  • M.S. in Mathematics, Applied Mathematics Option
    The Applied Math Graduate Program trains students in applied math methods with strong emphasis on computational skills.
  • M.S. in Mathematics, Mathematics Education for Secondary School Teachers Option
    The Math Education Graduate Program is designed for people holding a California Single Subject Teaching Credential in Mathematics and teaching in middle, junior high, high school, or community college. This option will give students greater expertise in mathematics and mathematics education (curriculum, teaching, learning, assessment, and research).
  • M.S. in Applied Statistics
    The Applied Statistics Graduate Program trains students to utilize statistical methods to draw valid and meaningful inferences from data.

Additional information can be found in the CSULB Catalog: Mathematics and Statistics.

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