This is a two-year, thesis-based full time program designed for students who have completed a four-year Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics or related fields requiring significant mathematical course work or mathematical maturity. In addition to having adequate background in mathematics, students should be self-motivated and interested in research collaboration with faculty. As part of the program, students will be required to complete five courses and to participate regularly in a graduate seminar series throughout the latter part (Semester 4 -Semester 6) of their studies. This program is research-oriented. Students will be assigned with a thesis advisor who will assist them in the preparation of an acceptable thesis. Our program has two main goals: The program is intended to provide a technically oriented and scientific post-graduate education to individuals who are motivated either to extend their mathematical knowledge and education or to acquire new technical/scientific skills in the mathematical sciences or related disciplines. The program will provide students with adequate background to engage in doctoral studies in applied mathematics or to successfully embark upon a career in industry that demands a high level of quantitative/analytical background and skills.