The M.S. in Mathematics from The University of New Mexico is awarded under either Plan I: 26 hours and 6 hours thesis or Plan II: 32 hours. Under Plan II instead of writing a thesis, students must pass the M.S./Ph.D. Qualifying Exam at master’s level.
- To enter the Ph.D. program, students must pass this same exam but at a higher level, hence the Ph.D. qualifying examination requirements are the same as those listed for M.S. Plan II.
- After passing the Qualifying Exam, the Ph.D. candidate must fulfill 18 more hours of course credits, pass the Doctoral Comprehensive Exam, fulfill a language requirement, accumulate at least 18 hours of dissertation credits, and finally submit and defend his/her dissertation.
Programme StructureCourses include:
- Abstract Algebra
- Complex Analysis
- Geometry and Topology
- Real Analysis
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DisciplinesMathematics Actuarial Science View 18 other PhDs in Actuarial Science in United States
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- The completed graduate application will contain a letter of intent (mention in this letter if you are interested in an Assistantship), and three letters of recommendation-- at least two of these should be from Ph.D. faculty.
- The Department recommends that should you wish to have GRE scores sent you should take the Specialized Math GRE, but GRE scores are not required at the present time.
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