Graduate Programs

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Master of Science Degrees and Certifications

Are you interested in computer science, applied statistics, or statistical programming? We offer a flexible M.S. in Mathematics degree that will help you gain the competitive advantage in one of these exciting and lucrative fields.

Are you fascinated by the recent advancements in Big Data analytics? Our M.S. in Informatics is a brand-new program available fall 2016. Learn more about informatics and our new master's degree today.

Are you passionate about educating the mathematicians of tomorrow? A Master Mathematics Teaching Certification for grades 4-8 and 7-12 or a Master of Arts in Teaching (with an emphasis in Mathematics or Computer Science) are also available.

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Degree Plans

Programs of study for our graduate degrees

M.S. in Informatics
M.S. in Mathematics
M.S. in Mathematics with an Applied Mathematics Emphasis
M.S. in Mathematics with a Statistical Emphasis
M.S. in Mathematics Teaching

Certification Information

Master Mathematics Teaching Certification for grades 4-8 and 7-12
Master of Arts in Teaching (emphasis in Mathematics or Computer Science)

Course Rotation

Mathematics and Computer Science Course Rotation

How to Apply

TWU Math and Computer Science Graduate Program
PO Box 425886
Denton, TX 76204-5886
mathcs@twu.edu

Want to Learn More?

Request information about TWU's graduate programs. For more information regarding the mathematics and computer science graduate programs only, contact:

Dr. Don Edwards
Professor and Chair
TWU Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
DEdwards@twu.edu