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The University of Michigan Mathematics Department offers Master's Degrees:
as well as an enhanced Master's Degree in Mathematics or Applied and Interdisciplinary Mathematics through the Marjorie Lee Browne Program for eligible students.
Students currently enrolled in a University of Michigan Ph.D. or Master's program outside of the Mathematics Department can pursue a Mathematics Master's as a Dual Degree.
The Quantitative Finance & Risk Management Master's Degree programs differ from the other programs offered in the Mathematics department.