# Distance Education - M.S. in Mathematics

This 36-semester hour graduate program is designed for individuals
with interests in mathematics, with a particular desire to teach in
K-12 and community colleges or in computational math. Primarily this
program is intended for individuals with with a solid background in
mathematics, such as a degree in a mathematically related
subject. However, others are encouraged to apply as well. Texas A&M offers a G6 classification, which is a postgraduate
nondegree-seeking status, so it is not necessary to enroll as a degree seeking graduate student to enjoy the benefits of the program.

**Open Letter to Prospective
Students**

## Spring 2019 Courses

Math 610 |
Numerical Methods in DE |

Math 615 |
Intro to Classical Analysis |

Math 629 |
History of Mathematics |

Math 646 |
Survey Math Problems II |

Math 685 |
Computational Algebraic Geometry |

## Summer 2019 Courses

Math 696 |
Math Comm & Tech 1st term |

Math 664 |
Seminar in Applied Math 2nd term |

## Fall 2019 Courses

Math 609 |
Numerical Analysis |

Math 645 |
Survey Math Problems I |

Math 660 |
Computational Linear Algebra |

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