The Program aims mainly at having students with the following traits:
1- Possession of a profound background in the foundations of graduate-level mathematical analysis, abstract algebra, statistics, and applied mathematics.
2- Development of critical thinking and ability to synthesize different mathematical concepts to obtain definite conclusions for mathematical problems.
3- Obtainment of solid theoretical and practical knowledge in a particular field of study.
4- Ability to conduct a research project and effectively communicate its findings to the research community.
5- Practice of essential academic attributes, such as: self-learning, independence, responsibility, professional ethics, intuition, and pro-activity.