Graduate School

Prospective Graduate students should consult the graduate program website for specific details on applying to and completing the Math Department's graduate program.

  • Math Grad School FAQ
    These are some of the questions which I have been asked and my answers.
  • The Graduate Record Exam
    Most graduate schools require the GRE. They offer both paper and computerized versions of the tests. Check this site for test dates and fees.
  • 'Assistantships and Graduate Fellowships in the Mathematical Sciences'
    An annual publication of the American Mathematical Society. Look here for lots of information about individual departments as well as general information about the job market for Ph.D.'s. Copies are available in the Math Library and the Graduate Office (Math 630).
  • NSF Graduate Fellowship Program
    You can even download application material!
  • How to Succeed in Graduate School
    by Marie desJardins. This article gives suggestions on graduate school in general. Some of it is not applicable to mathematics, but much is. The easiest way to get it from the web is from volumes 1.2 and 1.3 of Crossroads, the online ACM student magazine.
  • Educational Programs in Operations Research and Management Sciences
    The on line booklet is specifically designed for students looking for graduate programs in these fields. It lists a large selection of graduate programs in these fields. It is published by INFORMS (The Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences).