The MS in Mathematical Sciences is an interdisciplinary program designed to prepare the graduates for a wide variety of financially and intellectually rewarding employment opportunities. It can also serve as a pre-PhD program.
The program offers two tracks - Mathematics and Statistics.
Special Notes about the Program
Course numbers listed below are for courses in the Florida State University System.
Applicants must have successfully completed the following prerequisites:
- MHF 3202 Foundations of Mathematics
- MAA 4211 Advanced Calculus I
- STA 4321 Probability and Statistics
- MAS 3105 Linear Algebra
Applicants pursuing the Mathematics track must, in addition to the above prerequisites, have successfully completed the following courses:
- MAA 4212 Advanced Calculus II
- MAP 2302 Ordinary Differential Equations
Application Requirement Information
International Applicant Requirements
Frequently Asked Questions
Fall Term . . . . . . . . August 1
Spring Term . . . . . December 1
Summer Term . . . March 15
The following must be submitted by the posted deadline. Incomplete applications with outstanding requirements, or those post-marked after the posted deadline, are subject to cancellation. Once an application has been cancelled, the applicant will be required to apply for the next available term, or as a graduate non-degree seeking applicant (limitations apply).
- UNF admission application
- Application fee
- If applicable, collection holds and judicial holds must be cleared
All of the below university and program requirements
A baccalaureate degree from a
regionally accredited U.S. institution, or its equivalent from a foreign
institution, with a GPA of 3.0 or higher in all work attempted in the last 60
credit hours of undergraduate study.
Official transcripts, and foreign evaluations if applicable,
from all post-secondary institutions
- GRE test scores - waived for fall 2020 admission
- Taken within the last 5 years
- 148 verbal and 156 quantitative
of the Program
Internships, Statistics Consulting, Teacher Education, and "Math Olympics"