Mathematics, GCRT

Requirements for Students Matriculating in or before Academic Year 2023-2024. Learn more about Graduate College Academic Regulation 7.0.

Total Hours: 12

Select 12 hours of 12 graduate credit math courses (course numbers 5000 or above). No thesis hours allowed (MATH 5000 or MATH 6000). Credits must be transferrable to OSU.12
At most 3 hours can be taken from the following list:
History of Mathematics
Introduction to Analysis
Intermediate Analysis
Intermediate Differential Equations
Introduction to Partial Differential Equations
Complex Variables
Introduction to Topology
Geometry and Algorithms in Three-Dimensional Modeling
Mathematical Interest Theory
Introduction to Optimization
Introduction to Numerical Analysis
Number Theory
Introduction to Cryptography
Groups and Representations
Recommended courses for PhD students:
Advanced Linear Algebra
Advanced Calculus I
Advanced Calculus II
Real Analysis I
Recommended courses for electrical engineering students interested in Artificial Intelligence:
Introduction to Analysis
Introduction to Numerical Analysis
MATH 5533
Matrix Methods in Machine Learning
Numerical Analysis for Linear Algebra
Recommended courses for students in math education and teaching undergraduate mathematics:
Abstract Algebra I
Advanced Linear Algebra
Intermediate Analysis
Introduction to Research in Mathematics Education
Recommended for any student pursuing a graduate certificate:
Advanced Linear Algebra
Total Hours12

Other Requirements

  • No grade below B
  • Minimum 9 hours in residence at OSU

Admission Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree with a GPA of 3.0 and relevant prerequisite coursework to enroll in graduate math classes

Graduate College Certificate Requirements

Learn more about Graduate College 2023-2024 Graduate Certificate Program Requirements. Check the General Graduate College academic regulations for minimal GPA, language proficiency and other general requirements.