The Sports Arena at Buffalo State College was filled with screams, hugs, smiles, and tears on Saturday. This is, of course, the excitement that comes with graduating from college. But students know a diploma in hand is no guarantee of a job.
Buffalo State College will introduce a new 30-credit-hour master’s degree in professional applied and computational mathematics this fall. Enrolling 10 to 12 students in its first year, the program will focus on advanced training in mathematics and science combined with management skills, an area that will meet employers’ growing needs.