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Master’s in Mathematics, MS

Discover What You Can Do with a Graduate Degree in Math

Math is an essential tool for understanding the world and our place in it. With a master’s in mathematics, you’ll learn how to develop models, work with abstraction and quantitative information, and have a rewarding career.



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Choose a concentration for your goals

With a concentration in statistics, you’ll combine at least 24 credit hours of math courses and nine hours in another field such as biology, chemistry, economics and more.

With a computer science concentration, you’ll pair 18 credit hours of math courses with up to 15 hours in computer science.

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Career changers welcome

Roosevelt holds an annual conference called the Math x-Position where you can present your work, hear a career panel, and learn more about interesting topics. Our students also travel to conferences and competitions all over the country.

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Solve real modeling problems

Students in our Industrial Modeling course work on mini-internship teams to solve a data science problem for partners like the Field Museum.

“I have a ton of favorite memories from Roosevelt University. I could ramble on for hours. The math lectures once a month were fascinating to me.”

Joshua Torres, MS ’19
Manager of IT, Data and Research

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