# New Online Master's in Math!

The University of North Alabama's Online Master of Science in Mathematics degree program is a fully online, innovative approach to graduate level mathematics. All students take a core of five 3-credit courses (including courses in algebra and analysis). In addition, students can choose from concentration / elective courses in pure mathematics, mathematics teaching, or various STEM concentrations.

Mathematics Faculty at UNA have expertise in the fields of Algebra, Group Theory, Graph Theory, Functional Analysis, Topology, Applied Mathematics, and Mathematics education.

M.A. Ed. - If you’re interested in pursuing a Master's in Education with a math concentration, our courses would be a great fit.

- Our Mathematics for the Teachers classes are 8-week fully online.
- Our independent study courses offer flexibility in your degree path and allow you to focus on topics you are interested in.
- Our program allows you to quickly complete 18 credit hours in graduate mathematics so you can teach mathematics at a community college, junior college, and dual credit high school classes.

Great Option for Math Majors Working in Industry or Education Who Desire a Stronger Background in Math and Related Concepts!

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### Program Requirements

Proof-writing techniques; logic; sets and functions; fundamental topics in analysis, abstract and linear algebra, number theory, and combinatorics. Prerequisite: Admittance to graduate program.

Sets, relations, and functions; elementary number theory; group theory including subgroups, cyclic groups, cosets, and LaGrange’s theorem.

Theory of rings; integral domains; fields; group theory II; Galois theory. Prerequisite: MA 637.

Logic and point set theory; real number system; limits; continuity; derivitives; Prerequisite: MA 451 or 551.

Functions of several variables; mapping; partial derivatives; power series; uniform convergence; line and surface integrals; vector analysis. Prerequisite: MA 651.

Error analysis for iterative methods, approximation theory; numerical differentiation and quadrature; initial-value problems for ordinary differential equations; iterative techniques in matrix algebra. Also listed as CS 561 but creditable only in the field for which registered. Prerequisites: CS 155 or 210; MA 227.

The nature of operations research; modeling problems using operations research techniques; linear programming; the Simplex Method, theory and practice, special problems; network analysis; dynamic programming; theory of games. Prerequisites: MA 126 and one of CS 110, 155, 210. Corequisite: MA 431.

Mathematics topics selected according to the interest and needs of the individual student, with study at the graduate level. Prerequisites: graduate classification and approval of the chair of the department.

Process approach to problem solving. Emphasis placed on fundamental steps in the solution of problems.

Selected topics suitable for laboratory mathematics; mathematics modeling; secondary school mathematics from an advanced point of view.

Elementary number theory. Groups, fields, systems of linear equations and transformations. Vector algebra.

Development of the real number system, limits and continuity, and basic point set theory.

Development of Euclidean geometry in two and three dimensions using the axiomatic methods. Introduction to non-Euclidean geometries.