## Pure Mathematics Program

The Department of Mathematical Sciences has a lively research group in the areas of complex and harmonic analysis, topology, category theory, abstract algebra, differential geometry and logic, leading to a Master degree in Science, M.S. Coursework and requirements are primarily aimed at preparing students for careers in research and teaching at the college level. Applicants should have an undergraduate degree in Mathematics or its equivalent. Candidates are expected to have approved undergraduate courses in Linear Algebra, Algebraic Structures, basic Topology and Advanced Calculus. In addition to the requirements of the Office of Graduate Studies, the Master of Science degree in Pure Mathematics, has three options of study, thesis (Plan I), project (Plan II), and thesis or project (Plan III)