Students in the Master of Science in Applied Mathematics program can take 24 credit hours from a list of specific courses to receive the Financial Mathematics Certificate. This certificate provides the academic training for students who want to pursue a career in the financial industry.
Successful completion of two more courses in financial mathematics or relevant areas with the prior approval of the graduate advisor.
Graduate students must maintain a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.00 in all course work to be considered in good standing. Students not in good standing cannot receive a graduate degree or certificate. Graduate students who receive grades of C+ or lower in 12 or more semester hours of course work attempted for graduate credit are ineligible for any advanced degree at this institution. Semester hours of “U” grades in S/U-graded courses apply toward the above 12-hour total. Any course with a grade of C+ or lower will need to be retaken.