The MA in Mathematics is currently on program moratorium. Currently, no new students will be considered for this program. Additional questions can be directed to FlintGradOffice@umich.edu.
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, 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.
Our mathematics courses are taught by faculty with doctoral degrees, a passion for instruction, and years of experience in teaching and student mentorship.
Build on your undergraduate degree in mathematics or a related field (e.g.. physics, chemistry, computer science, engineering). The MA in Mathematics program offers an in-depth curriculum that integrates a complete continuum of mathematics. This includes not only the frontiers of algebra, geometry, and analysis, but also modern approaches like coding, theory, game theory, and cryptography.
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.
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.
Try Axiomatic Mathematics, MTH 503, this summer 2019
Look for a sample in the MA in Mathematics? Try MTH 503, Axiomatic Mathematics, this summer 2019 in the 100% online format. This course will begin by solving some amusing logic puzzles, then consider the logical formalism which can help us solve such puzzles, which will lead us to some deep and beautiful mathematics and metamathematics. Metamathematics is the branch of mathematics which takes mathematics as its subject. An important metamathematical problem is: Are there mathematical truths which cannot be proved? As we shall prove (!), there are. Learn more by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.