The Department of Mathematics offers a graduate program that leads to the degree of Master of Science in Mathematics. The program features a thesis and a nonthesis option. The thesis option requires a successful completion of a thesis, and the nonthesis option requires the completion of a project. Both parttime and fulltime students are admitted to the program. Current research interests of the faculty include: Differential Equations, Numerical Analysis, Integral Transforms, Fractional Calculus, Algebra (Ring Theory); Analysis (Functional Analysis, Operator Theory; Approximation Theory and Fourier Analysis), Geometry (General Topology, Differential Geometry, and Algebraic Topology), Combinatorics, and Dynamical Systems

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