Why UM-Flint

What Sets UM-Flint's Mathematics (MA) Program Apart?

The MA in Mathematics program at UM-Flint prepares you to pursue a wide array of rewarding careers as an advisor, analyst, developer, educator, engineer, programmer, or researcher. Whichever career path you choose, completing the MA in Mathematics will deepen your understanding of complex mathematical concepts and how to apply them to solve real-world problems. Explore the features of this flexible program.

EXPERT FACULTY

Our mathematics courses are taught by faculty with doctoral degrees, a passion for instruction, and years of experience in teaching and student mentorship.

COMPREHENSIVE CURRICULUM

Build on your undergraduate degree in mathematics or a related field (e.g. physics, chemistry, computer science). The MA in Mathematics program offers an in-depth curriculum that integrates a complete continuum of algebra, calculus, coding theory, mathematical modeling, and numerical analysis.

FLEXIBLE FORMAT

Pursue your MA in Mathematics on a part-time basis to accommodate your busy schedule as a working professional. This 18-30 month program offers convenient evening and summer classes on the UM-Flint campus.

PRACTICAL TIMEFRAME

Complete your MA in Mathematics at a pace that works for you. The program allows students up to six consecutive years from their admission date to complete all required coursework.

SMALL CLASSES

You’ll complete your MA in Mathematics with a small cohort of fellow students who share your passion for numbers, problem-solving, and mathematics. This structure enables you to develop a strong support network for personal and professional development. Class projects create a collaborative environment that allows you to build practical skills.

Courses

Mathematics (MA)

Welcome to University of Michigan-Flint’s Catalog 

Campus PictureFeatures of the Catalog
  • Searchable using the keyword search.
  • Every course and program is printable.
  • My Portfolio - Click to track program and course information that is important to you. Look throughout the catalog for links to add programs and courses to your personal Portfolio. Retrieve your saved preferences using the My Portfolio link in the navigation bar to the left of this screen.
Looking for a Different Catalog? 
  • For prior Catalogs click link to access Archived Catalogs .
Need help with Navigating the Catalog?

Please review the Catalog User Guide  for assistance.

Catalog Options for Graduation Requirements

The Catalog is published annually and constitutes the official document of the University, although the information therein is subject to change at any time by official action of the University of Michigan-Flint. In the event such an action is taken, students affected will be advised by their units of the options available to them to complete their degrees. Every reasonable effort will be made to permit students to complete these programs or similar programs. Changes made to program and degree requirements, including general education requirements become effective the fall semester following approval and apply to all students admitted to the University that term and thereafter.

Students must satisfy degree requirements in effect at the time of their admission to the University of Michigan-Flint. Students who select a major or minor offered in a catalog subsequent to their original admission at the University of Michigan-Flint must follow the catalog in effect at the time the new major or minor is offered. Students may choose to use newer catalogs, but not older catalogs. Students who do not attend for one calendar year, must be readmitted to the university through the Admissions Office and must satisfy degree and program requirements in effect at the time of their readmission.

Publication Information

The University of Michigan-Flint Catalog is issued annually.

Associate Registrar, Stacy Lee

Assistant Catalog Coordinator, TBD

Faculty Editor, Dr. Kristina Hansen


Read More

Admission

Requirements

  • A bachelor’s degree in mathematics or related field (physics, chemistry, computer science) from a regionally accredited institution including coursework through at least multivariate calculus and some proof-oriented courses
  • A minimum overall undergraduate grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale

Applying

To be considered for admission, submit the following to the Office of Graduate Programs, 251 Thompson Library:

Application Deadlines

The program has rolling admissions and reviews completed applications each month.

Application deadlines are as follows:     

  • Fall (early deadline*) – May 1
  • Fall (final deadline) – August 1
  • Winter – November 15
  • Spring – March 15

*You must apply for admission by the early deadline to be eligible for scholarships, grants, and research assistantships.

International students are required to apply earlier than the deadlines posted here. The final deadlines for international students are May 1 for the fall semester and September 1 for the winter semester.