California State University Long Beach
Department of Mathematics & Statistics
Master of Science Programs

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The Department of Mathematics & Statistics at CSULB offers four Master of Science programs.
Teaching & Graduate Assistantships provide students with funding and with college teaching experience.
Graduates have found employment in both technical and academic workplaces. Many have obtained tenuretrack community college professorships. Others have gone on to PhD programs.
MS in Mathematics, General Option
Study and explore concepts in areas including analysis, algebra, topology, and geometry, as well as the deep connections between and among these subjects.
MS in Mathematics, Option in Applied Mathematics
Study applied math methods with an emphasis on computational skills.
MS in Mathematics, Option in Mathematics Education for Secondary School Teachers
A flexible program that includes coursework in mathematics and in mathematics education research & theory.
MS in Applied Statistics
Using conceptual foundations and statistical software packages (SAS, R, and Python), students are trained to analyze real world data appropriately and communicate their findings effectively. The tools learnt here will open the door for careers in data science and analytics, or prepare you for a PhD in a variety of related fields.
More Information & Application Instructions
http://web.csulb.edu/depts/math/?q=node/31
Apply for Teaching and Graduate Assistantships
http://web.csulb.edu/depts/math/?q=node/42
Contact Us with Questions
Dr. John Brevik, Pure Mathematics Graduate Advisor, john.brevik@csulb.edu
Dr. Eun Heui Kim, Applied Math Graduate Advisor, eunheui.kim@csulb.edu
Dr. Xuhui Li, Mathematics Education Graduate Advisor, Xuhui.Li@csulb.edu
Dr. Kagba Suaray, Statistics Graduate Advisor, kagba.suaray@csulb.edu
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