The mathematics graduate program at WPUNJ offers courses of study leading to a Master of Science degree in Applied Mathematics. It is designed to properly prepare students with a strong background and interest in mathematics for careers in fields such as scientific research and development, data analytics, operations research, and financial analysis. It will also better prepare students who wish to go on to further study at the doctoral level.
Students in the program are expected to complete 18 credits of common courses, and then complete 9 credits from elective courses in one of the two tracks: applied statistics or discrete mathematics. Students in both tracks are required to take a 1 credit graduate seminar and then conduct either a 2 credit graduate research project or internship, or a 5 credit thesis as part of their study.
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August 1st: Fall semesterMay 1st: Summer semesterDecember 1st: Spring semester*Applications received after the deadline will be reviewed on a space availability basis*International students are advised to apply by:April 1st: Fall (September intake)November 1st: Spring (January intake)
Professor David NacinProgram Director, Department of Mathematical Sciences firstname.lastname@example.org 973-720-3380
Department of Mathematical Sciences 973-720-2158
William Paterson University
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Wayne, New Jersey 07470