The Department of Mathematics offers graduate programs leading to the M.A., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees in Mathematics with research emphasis possible in a variety of areas within pure and applied mathematics and in mathematics education.

The Mathematics Department currently has about 70 graduate students. About 55 of our graduate students hold Graduate Teaching Assistantships or Fellowships. The department awards 15 to 20 new graduate assistantship appointments annually.

The faculty and students participate in various research and education projects as well as Interdisciplinary Programs. There are also possibilities in Actuarial Science.

Detailed information is available in the Graduate Program page. Information for prospective students is available at Prospective Student Information , and Application Instructions.

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