What Sets UM-Flint's Mathematics (MA) Program Apart?
UM-Flint's Master of Arts in Mathematics is designed to address the needs of a wide variety of students including current and prospective teachers, members of the workforce needing to deepen their understanding of mathematics, recent graduates in pursuit of further credentials, and international students.
- The 18-30 month program is part-time with evening and summer classes on the UM-Flint campus, scheduled to accommodate students with a wide variety of work schedules.
- The program is comprised of 30 graduate credit hours, including four core classes and a flexible set of electives.
- Course instructors are student-focused and have doctoral degrees.
- Fall 2016 New Students: You are eligible for competitive scholarships and research assistantships if you apply by June 1.
- UM-Flint MA in Mathematics students have access to resources of the world-renowned University of Michigan system.