Texas A & M University-Corpus Christi is a public university and has a tuition of $11,661. This tuition makes it very affordable among all universities in the country .
Among all public universities in the state of Texas, it is ranked 32 in terms of cost and is very affordable.
Students pursuing this degree will choose between the Applied Computational Mathematics and the Curriculum Content option. The Applied and Computational Mathematics option will especially benefit individuals employed in scientific or technical fields seeking advancement or additional training to enhance their knowledge and skills, or those preparing for a career in higher education instruction or building a foundation for doctoral studies in a mathematical field. The Curriculum Content option specifically addresses the needs of secondary teachers wishing to enhance their skills in learning, teaching and understanding mathematics. Graduation requirements are slightly different for the Applied and Computational Mathematics and Curriculum Content options. MATH 5994 Proposal Research andMATH 5995 Thesis. MATH 5 Numerical Linear Algebra 3sem. MATH 5 6 Advanced Differential Equations 3sem. MATH 5341 Statistical Methods and Data Analysis 3sem. MATH 5342 Linear Statistical Models 3sem. MATH 5343 Mathematical Theory of Statistics 3sem. MATH 5345 Computational Methods for Statistics 3sem. MATH 5 7 Theory and Applications of Partial Differential Equations 3sem. MATH 5360 Combinatorics and Graph Theory 3sem. MATH 5993 Literature Review and Research 1-9sem. Each student in the Applied and Computational Mathematics option is encouraged to participate in the departmental seminar and may simultaneously takeMATH 5994 for one to three semesters at a rate of 1 to 3 credit hours per semester. MATH 5994 Proposal Research and either MATH 5995 Thesis or MATH 5997 Project. Each student in the Statistics track option is encouraged to participate in the departmental seminar and may simultaneously take MATH 5994 for one to three semesters at a rate of 1 to 3 credit hours per semester. A total of three semester hours credit for MATH 5994 is required. The final time MATH 5994 is taken, the student will prepare a thesis or project proposal. The student continues to register for MATH 5995, or MATH 5997 each successive semester until the thesis or project is completed. MATH 5993 Literature Review and Research and MATH 5994 Proposal Research And eitherMATH 5995 Thesis, orMATH 5997 Project. MATH 5325 Structure of Number Concepts 3sem. MATH 5326 Structure of Patterns and Algebra 3sem. MATH 5327 Structure of Geometry and Measurement 3sem. MATH 5328 Structure of Probability and Statistics 3sem. MATH 5329 Structure of Modeling with Rates of Change 3sem. MATH 5321 Problem Solving and Mathematical Reasoning for Teachers 3sem. MATH 5323 Mathematics instruction and Mentoring 3sem. MATH 5324 Principles of Reforming Mathematics Instruction 3sem. MATH 5 1 Evolution of Mathematical Systems 3sem. MATH 5 2 Integrating Technology in Mathematics Education^ 3sem. A thesis requires a student to articulate a problem in mathematics education related to significant mathematical content, propose a solution, and collect and analyze data in creating a solution of the problem. Students writing a thesis or project will prepare a proposal in MATH 5994 based on work done in MATH 5993 .