|BS/MS Program in Mathematics, Applied Mathematics and Statistics|
|♦Qualifications and Requirements|
|♦Frequently Asked Questions|
|How to apply for the BS/MS program in the department of Mathematics, Applied Mathematics and Statistics|
|● Official Approval from Dean Claudia Anderson in the Office of Undergraduate Studies, Sears 357, firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|● Completed Planned Program of Study (see UGS)|
| =>A planned program of study is a list of classes that you plan on studying in order to earn your master's degree.
The form must be signed by you, your advisor and Dean Hamel. The PPOS must be submitted to the department
at the time you apply.
|● Completed Application Parts A & B|
|● Application Fee (may be waived online)|
|● Statement of Objective|
|● Three letters of recommendation (Sealed envelope w/professors signature on outside seal or online)|
|● Official Transcripts (You are required to obtain CWRU transcript yourself) (Must be in sealed envelope with university’s stamp on outside seal. You may also have them sent on-line.)|
|NOTE: The GRE and/or TOEFL do not apply to current CWRU students seeking a BS/MS degree.|
|You may apply online here: https://app.applyyourself.com/?id=casegrad.|
|Please see our Frequently Asked Questions page for additional information: http://www.case.edu/artsci/math/faqs.htm.|
|If you have any questions about the application process please contact:|
| Department of Mathematics, Applied Mathematics and Statistics
Tel: (216) 368-2880
|Qualifications and Requirements for the BS/MS Program|
|Integrated B.S./M.S. Programs in Mathematics and/or Applied Mathematics|
The integrated B.S./M.S. Program is intended for highly motivated candidates for the B.S in Mathematics and
Applied Mathematics who wish to pursue an advanced degree. Application to the B.S./M.S. program must be made
after completion of 75 semester hours of course work and prior to attaining senior status (completion of 90
semester hours). Generally, this means that a student will submit the application during his/her sixth semester
of undergraduate course enrollment and will have no fewer than two semesters of remaining B.S. requirements
to complete. Applicants should consult the Dean of Undergraduate Studies.
A student admitted to the program may, in the senior year, take up to nine hours of graduate courses (400 level
and above) that will count towards both B.S. and M.S. requirements. The courses to be doubled-counted must be
specified at the time of application. Any undergraduate course work that is to be applied to the M.S. must be
beyond that used to satisfy B.S. degree requirements and must conform to University, School, and Department rules.
Students may petition to transfer graduate course work taken prior to application to the B.S./M.S. Program subject to
the rules of the Graduate School.
Students for whom the master’s project or thesis is a continuation and development of the senior project should
register for MATH 651 Thesis (or the appropriate project course) during the senior year and are expected to complete
all other courses for the B.S. before enrolling in further M.S. course work and thesis (continuing the senior project).
Students for whom the master’s thesis or project is distinct from the senior project will be expected to complete the
B.S. degree before taking further graduate courses for the master’s degree.
|Integrated B.S./M.S. in Applied Mathematics and Another Disciplin|
There is the possibility of an integrated five-year study plan leading to a B.S. in Applied Mathematics and an M.S. in
the area of application. In order to complete the requirements for the B.S./M.S. in five years, students must choose an
area outside Mathematics that integrates well with Mathematics, such as Computing and Information Science,
Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Systems Engineering, Control Theory, Biology, or Cognitive Science. The general academic
requirements for Integrated B.S./M.S. programs must be followed. (Since the graduate courses required for the M.S.
degree are determined by the respective department, each student in the dual-degree program should have a
secondary advisor in that department, starting no later than the junior year, and consult with this advisor concerning
requirements for the M.S. degree.)