Alexei Miasnikov studies combinatorial, geometric, algorithmic and asymptotic group theory, cryptography, and statistical methods in pure mathematics.
Mathematics is foundational to just about every industry in the world. That’s why a Stevens mathematics master’s degree can be the key to advancing your career.
Stevens’ mathematics master’s program is rooted in pure mathematics, including complex algebra, probability, combinatorial analysis, topology and stochastic processes. But you’ll complement your core coursework with cross-disciplinary research projects, elective courses and opportunities to learn advanced and applied mathematics techniques, such as those currently emerging in data science. The breadth of Stevens’ mathematics master’s program will prepare you for a variety of roles, including quantitative analyst, software developer, data scientist and many more. Our graduates go on to exciting careers with top organizations, such as Google, Apple and the National Security Agency.
If you seek a career in academia, you can make a seamless transition to the mathematical sciences department’s doctoral program upon completing your master’s degree. If you’d like to go into industry, Stevens’ location 15 minutes from New York City offers you opportunities to network with leaders in some of the world’s largest tech companies and financial institutions—organizations that are constantly on the lookout for highly capable mathematics talent.