Máster en Matemáticas en Pennsylvania, Estados Unidos de América

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Matemáticas

Una maestría que da la oportunidad a cualquiera de avanzar en su comprensión de una pregunta en particular o despegar de una manera completamente diferente, utilizando las habilidades que han adquirido de su título de grado anterior.

Una formación en Matemáticas avanzadas se centra en las teorías básicas de mecánica cuántica, en las que se observa un sistema de patrículas individuales y se analiza para realizar predicciones sobre resultados de experimentos.  Estabilidad Hidrodinámica puede ser otra disciplina avanzada a explorar en un programa de Matemáticas.

Los Estados Unidos de América es un país grande en América del Norte, conocido como el "EE.UU. ", la "EE.UU. ", la "Estados Unidos ", "America " a menudo, o simplemente "la Unidos ". Universidades de Estados Unidos son financiados por "matrícula " a cargo del estudiante, el cual es a menudo bastante caros, muy comúnmente llegar a las decenas de miles de dólares por año.

Pennsylvania se conoce oficialmente como Patrimonio Común de Pennsylvania. La mayoría de los institutos de educación superior en el estado siguen el sistema de comunidad de la educación superior. Las instalaciones de ocio fácilmente accesible y saludable en el estado, es un lugar ideal para la educación superior.

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M.S. in Mathematics

Youngstown State University (YSU)
Campus September 2017 Estados Unidos de América Youngstown

The Department offers the M.S. degree in mathematics. Options for this degree are predoctoral studies, applied mathematics, computer science, secondary math, and statistics. Since 1968, almost [+]

Másters en Matemáticas en Pennsylvania, Estados Unidos de América. The Department offers the M.S. degree in mathematics. Options for this degree are predoctoral studies, applied mathematics, computer science, secondary math, and statistics. Since 1968, almost 160 Masters degrees have been awarded. The curriculum stresses both theoretical and computational mathematics and is flexible enough to key a student's program to individual interests and abilities. Receiving a well-rounded mathematical education graduates pursue Ph.D.'s, secure a position in government or industry, or further a teaching career. The Department of Mathematics and Statistics, in cooperation with Rhodes University (Grahamstown, South Africa), facilitates a cooperative Ph.D. in pure or applied mathematics for truly exceptional students wishing to pursue doctorate in research areas represented by the combined graduate mathematics faculties of Rhodes University and Youngstown State University. Upon successful completion of all doctoral work, the Ph.D. is granted by Rhodes University. Campus and Facilities Youngstown State University is a state-assisted university located in northeastern Ohio, midway between Cleveland and Pittsburgh. The beautiful, unified campus has a lively calendar of cultural events and recreational opportunities. Enrollment was about 15,200 students in Fall 2010. The Department of Mathematics and Statistics has extensive computing facilities that include microcomputers, workstations, University mainframe, and access to supercomputers. Approximately 7 million people live within an hour's driving time of Youngstown (near Interstates 76, 80, and 79), with over a half million in the metropolitan area. Financial Assistance Assistantships are available each year. The stipend is currently $10,000 for two semesters, with another $1,200 available for summer term, for a total support of up to $11,200 for the year. All instructional and out-of-state fees are waived for each semester the assistantship is held; and assistants pay no instructional fees for the summer term if they have been an assistant for the previous two semesters. Graduate assistants are required to take a minimum of 9 hours per semester—18 hours per academic year—and perform duties of approximately 20 hours per week. Assignments may include complete responsibility for teaching a class, tutoring in the Mathematics Assistance Center, or working with the Department's computer systems administrators. In addition, the Department sponsors extensive graduate assistant training and mentoring programs. [-]