The Mathematics Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) program learning outcomes are:
- Graduates will produce and defend an original contribution to knowledge, as evidenced by the writing and defense of a thesis involving significant original research.
- Graduates will demonstrate mastery of subject material, as evidenced by quality of performance in coursework, and on written and oral examinations in mathematics.
- Graduates will be able to communicate mathematical ideas, results, context, and background effectively and professionally in written and oral form.
- Graduates will be able to conduct scholarly or professional activities in an ethical manner.
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