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Degrees Offered in Mathematics

Mathematics (BA)

The Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics provides a strong general mathematics background while still allowing students to create a program tailored to their interests.

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Mathematics (BS)

The Bachelor of Science in Mathematics allows students to experience a broad range of mathematical topics, and gain depth in certain areas. The curriculum emphasizes computing and mathematical modeling, giving our students a competitive advantage in the job market.

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Mathematics (Accelerated BS/MS)

The accelerated BS/MS is aimed at students who are accelerated in the mathematics major. Such students typically come with advanced placement credit in calculus.

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Mathematics (Minor)

The Minor in Mathematics requires core courses in Calculus and Linear Algebra, as well as a selection of electives from a range of other areas. The minor complements programs in physics, computer science, finance or engineering, demonstrating further expertise and preparing students to excel after graduation.

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Mathematics (MS)

The Master of Science in Mathematics includes core courses in Linear Algebra and Matrix Analysis; Principles of Analysis I,II; Real Analysis I; Complex Analysis I; and Abstract Algebra I. In the second year, students may take advanced coursework in areas such as Ordinary Differential Equations, Partial Differential Equations, Numerical Analysis, Applied Probability and Statistics, or Mathematical Neuroscience.

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Mathematics (PhD)

Students in the PhD in Mathematics at Drexel have research opportunities in many areas of both core and applied mathematics. The program prepares students for a wide range of careers in academia and a variety of industries. Departmental research interests include mathematical biology, applied dynamical systems, combinatorics, matrix and operator theory, geometry, optics, inverse problems, probability, numerical analysis and partial differential equations.

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