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Harpur College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Department of Mathematical Sciences

4400 Vestal Parkway East

Binghamton, New York, 13902, United States

The MA is designed to provide students with a solid foundation of knowledge to work with mathematics in depth, either for future placement in a PhD program or professional careers in the public and private sectors. The PhD track prepares students for teaching in higher education as well as higher-level careers in government and industry. Students who have substantial graduate-level training without an MA may enter the PhD program directly.

Analysis and Functional Analysis.

Applied Mathematics, General.

Applied Mathematics, Other.

Geometry/Geometric Analysis.

Mathematical Statistics and Probability.

+ Show all academic fieldsApplied Mathematics, General.

Applied Mathematics, Other.

Geometry/Geometric Analysis.

Mathematical Statistics and Probability.

Master's Degree, MA, Master's of Art in Mathematical Sciences

Doctoral Degree, PhD, PhD in Mathematical Sciences

Part Time, Full Time, On-Campus

Math, Mathematics, Mathematical Sciences Algebra, Combinatorics, Dynamical Systems, Functional Analysis, Geometry, Graph Theory, Probability, Statistics, Theoretical computer science, topology

Ms. Jenniffer Efthymious

Ms. Jenniffer Efthymious

Senior Staff Assistant

jefthymi@binghamton.edu

jefthymi@binghamton.edu

6077772557

Caryn Novello

Caryn Novello

Graduate Admissions Recruiter

cnovello@binghamton.edu

cnovello@binghamton.edu

6077775627

Erica Miner

Erica Miner

Graduate Admissions Recruiter

eminer@binghamton.edu

At present, most of the research pursued by the department's faculty concentrates on the following areas (in alphabetical order): algebra, combinatorics, dynamical systems, functional analysis, geometry, graph theory, probability, statistics, theoretical computer science, and topology.

Students interested in statistics should note that, at Binghamton, statistics is done within the Department of Mathematical Sciences, not in a separate department. Students are required to take coursework in at least three of these areas of concentration, and encouraged to take advantage of the diverse range of electives and specializations available.

Algebra and Number Theory.

Analysis and Functional Analysis.

Geometry/Geometric Analysis.

Mathematical Statistics and Probability.

Mathematics and Statistics.

+ Show all academic fieldsAnalysis and Functional Analysis.

Geometry/Geometric Analysis.

Mathematical Statistics and Probability.

Mathematics and Statistics.

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