The Department of Mathematics and Statistics offers the Master of Arts degree in Mathematics and the Master of Science degree in the Mathematical Sciences. The student may elect courses from mathematics or statistics to fulfill the degree requirements.

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Theses/Dissertations from 2016

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Low-Dimensional Reality-Based Algebras, Rachel Victoria Barber

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The Monochromatic Column Problem: The Prime Case, Loran Elizabeth Crowell

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Smallest Eigenvalues For A Fractional Boundary Value Problem With A Fractional Boundary Condition, Angela Koester

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Self Dual Codes and the Indecomposable Building Blocks, Nathan John Russell

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An Elliptic Exploration, David Curtis Swart

Theses/Dissertations from 2015

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General Factoring Algorithms for Polynomials over Finite Fields, Wade Combs

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Existence of Positive Solutions to a Family of Fractional Two-Point Boundary Value Problems, Christina Ashley Hollon

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A Thorough and Accessible Proof of the Erdo˝s-Kac Theorem Following Granville and Soundararajan, Thomas John Scheithauer

Theses/Dissertations from 2014

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The Effectiveness Of Manipulatives In A High School Algebra II Class, Brooke Elizabeth Bruins

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Retaking Summative Assessments at the High School Level, Katherine Gray

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Algorithms for Solving the Discrete Logarithm Problem, Ryan Edward Whaley

Theses/Dissertations from 2013

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Effective Methods of Formative Assessment, Chelse Rae Bugg

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Increasing Automaticity, Sara Burns

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Gaussian Amicable Pairs, Ranthony Ashley Clark

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Positive Solutions, Existence Of Smallest Eigenvalues, And Comparison Of Smallest Eigenvalues Of A Fourth Order Three Point Boundary Value Problem, Sarah Schulz King`

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Applications Of Leggett Williams Type Fixed Point Theorems To A Second Order Difference Equation, Charley Lockhart Seelbach