Graduate Programs
​​Photo of Felix Famoye teaching classApply your knowledge and skills to meaningful research projects, work in world-class facilities, and closely interact with distinguished professors.  The program has unique components of six hours of coursework in teaching pedagogy and two semesters of teaching internship.  If you are interested in Statistics, you may choose industrial internship instead of teaching internship to gain the industrial working experience.  

Applications of Admissions and Financial Support

The application of admission is evaluated within three weeks of the completion of all admission materials.  The deadline for the application of admission is in early June.

For the applications of graduate assistantship, full consideration is guaranteed for applicants who submit all materials before February 15.

For instructions on applying for admission to our graduate programs click our Information for Prospective Graduate Students webpage.​

Click for more information on each of our Graduate Programs

For more information contact:

Graduate Coordinator
Dr. Carl Lee
Department of Mathematics
Pearce Hall 109
Department Chairperson
Dr. En-Bing Lin
Department of Mathematics
Pearce Hall 214