Dual/Accelerated Bachelor's to Master's Program in Mathematics and Statistics
The dual/accelerated bachelor’s to master’s program in mathematics and statistics is a coordinated program leading to both a bachelor’s and master’s degree. Admission requirements for the program are given in the Undergraduate Catalog. A student admitted to the dual/accelerated program in mathematics and statistics as an undergraduate may take up to 9 joint degree credit hours — hours at the 700 level (or above) that are applied toward both the bachelor’s degree and master’s degree program requirements. A course taken for joint credit must be so identified at the time of enrollment in that course. A student in the dual/accelerated program will be admitted to the MS program in mathematics upon being awarded the bachelor’s degree if all admission requirements for the master’s program are satisfied at that time.
Students admitted to the dual/accelerated program are expected to write a thesis as part of their master’s degree program of study.