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Institution overview

Program(s) offered Masters · Doctoral · Certificate
Institution Bowling Green State University
Department Dept of Math & Stat
Location Bowling Green, Ohio United States of America
Contact information
math-stat@bgsu.edu 419-372-2636
URL for prospective students https://www.bgsu.edu/arts-and-sciences/mathematics-and-statistics/graduate-programs/apply.html
Faculty
Number of full-time faculty department members 29
Total women 13
Total tenured faculty 19
Total tenured women 4
Tenured faculty who published in the last 3 years 8
Total postdocs 0
Last updated Apr 6 2021 01:51PM

Bridge/Postbaccalaureate

Program specifics: Bridge/Postbaccalaureate
Is the program offered online?
Number of degrees awarded by the department in the past year
Special requirements or purposes of the program
Admissions
GRE requirement
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

Enrollments
Full-time
Full-time women
First year
First year women
Part-time
Student support in the Bridge/Postbaccalaureate program
Do they offer financial support?
Number of full-time students receiving support
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $

Masters programs

Program specifics: Masters
Is the program offered online? No
Number of Masters awarded by the department in the past year 16
Special requirements or purposes of the program

Admissions
GRE requirement General
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a Masters Degree in Mathematics · Applied Mathematics · Statistics
Enrollments
Full-time 21
Full-time women 4
First year 14
First year women 3
Part-time
Student support in the Masters program
Do they offer financial support? Yes
Number of full-time students receiving support 18
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $2000
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $12500
Comments regarding financial support A full assistantship includes a $12,500 stipend and a full-tuition scholarship. The remaining general fees total approximately $2000 a year. The university requires all students to have health insurance. If insurance is purchased through the university it is approximately $2,300 a year.

PhD programs

Program specifics: PhD
Is the program offered online? No
Number of PhDs awarded by the department in the past year 11
Special requirements or purposes of the program

Admissions
GRE requirement General
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a PhD in Algebra/Number Theory · Real, Complex, Functional, Harmonic Analysis (and Topological Groups) · Probability · Biostatistics/Statistics · Applied Mathematics · Numerical Analysis/Approximations · Mathematics Education · Data Science
Enrollments
Full-time 31
Full-time women 11
First year 6
First year women 2
Part-time
Student support in the PhD program
Do they offer financial support? Yes
Number of full-time students receiving support 31
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $2000
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $16500
Comments regarding financial support A full assistantship includes a $16,500 stipend and a full-tuition scholarship. The remaining general fees total approximately $2000 a year. The university requires all students to have health insurance. If insurance is purchased through the university it is approximately $2,300 a year.

Certificate programs

Program specifics: Certificate
Is the program offered online? Yes, partially
Number of certificates awarded by the department in the past year 2
Special requirements or purposes of the program
Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Additional information An 18-credit certificate to meet the needs of high school teachers who already possess a Master?s degree and who want to be credentialed to teach College Credit Plus courses.
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

Enrollments
Full-time
Full-time women
First year
First year women
Part-time 5
Student support in the Certificate program
Do they offer financial support? No
Number of full-time students receiving support
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $1650
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $
Comments regarding financial support $1650 per 3 credit hour class.

Institution overview

Program(s) offered Masters · Certificate
Institution California State University Northridge
Department Department of Mathematics
Location Northridge, California United States of America
Contact information
Alberto Candel mathgrad.coordinator@csun.edu
URL for prospective students https://www2.calstate.edu/Apply
Faculty
Number of full-time faculty department members 35
Total women 9
Total tenured faculty 28
Total tenured women 7
Tenured faculty who published in the last 3 years
Total postdocs
Last updated Oct 19 2020 09:44AM

Bridge/Postbaccalaureate

Program specifics: Bridge/Postbaccalaureate
Is the program offered online?
Number of degrees awarded by the department in the past year
Special requirements or purposes of the program
Admissions
GRE requirement
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

Enrollments
Full-time
Full-time women
First year
First year women
Part-time
Student support in the Bridge/Postbaccalaureate program
Do they offer financial support?
Number of full-time students receiving support
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $

Masters programs

Program specifics: Masters
Is the program offered online? No
Number of Masters awarded by the department in the past year
Special requirements or purposes of the program

Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Additional information Minimum GPA of 3.0 in all undergraduate work. A grade of B or better in Advanced Calculus and Advanced Linear Algebra (MATH 450A and MATH 462 at CSUN)
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a Masters Degree in Mathematics · Applied Mathematics · Statistics
Enrollments
Full-time
Full-time women
First year
First year women
Part-time
Student support in the Masters program
Do they offer financial support? Yes
Number of full-time students receiving support
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $
Comments regarding financial support The Department of Mathematics offers employment as Teaching Associate to eligible students

PhD programs

Program specifics: PhD
Is the program offered online?
Number of PhDs awarded by the department in the past year
Special requirements or purposes of the program

Admissions
GRE requirement
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a PhD in
Enrollments
Full-time
Full-time women
First year
First year women
Part-time
Student support in the PhD program
Do they offer financial support?
Number of full-time students receiving support
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $

Certificate programs

Program specifics: Certificate
Is the program offered online?
Number of certificates awarded by the department in the past year
Special requirements or purposes of the program
Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

Enrollments
Full-time
Full-time women
First year
First year women
Part-time
Student support in the Certificate program
Do they offer financial support?
Number of full-time students receiving support
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $

Institution overview

Program(s) offered Masters · Certificate
Institution California State University, East Bay
Department Dept of Statistics & Biostatistics
Location Hayward, California United States of America
Contact information
The application consists of two parts, university and department. Once your university application is completed, please email statistics@csueastbay.edu for a list of required materials.
URL for prospective students https://www2.calstate.edu/apply
Faculty
Number of full-time faculty department members 8
Total women 4
Total tenured faculty 5
Total tenured women 3
Tenured faculty who published in the last 3 years 4
Total postdocs 0
Last updated Sep 14 2020 04:50PM

Bridge/Postbaccalaureate

Program specifics: Bridge/Postbaccalaureate
Is the program offered online?
Number of degrees awarded by the department in the past year 0
Special requirements or purposes of the program
Admissions
GRE requirement
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

Enrollments
Full-time 0
Full-time women 0
First year
First year women
Part-time 0
Student support in the Bridge/Postbaccalaureate program
Do they offer financial support?
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $0

Masters programs

Program specifics: Masters
Is the program offered online? No
Number of Masters awarded by the department in the past year 65
Special requirements or purposes of the program

The program consists of 32 units (usually 4 semesters), some of which may be offered online. Students must also pass a Master's Comprehensive Exam for completion of the program.

Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Additional information Applicants may provide 3 letters of recommendation in lieu of GRE scores.
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a Masters Degree in Actuarial Science · Statistics · Data Science · Other · Data Science, Applied Statistics, Mathematical Statistics, Actuarial Science
Enrollments
Full-time 135
Full-time women 60
First year 60
First year women 30
Part-time 5
Student support in the Masters program
Do they offer financial support? No
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $8400
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $0
Comments regarding financial support NA

PhD programs

Program specifics: PhD
Is the program offered online?
Number of PhDs awarded by the department in the past year 0
Special requirements or purposes of the program

Admissions
GRE requirement
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a PhD in
Enrollments
Full-time 0
Full-time women 0
First year 0
First year women 0
Part-time 0
Student support in the PhD program
Do they offer financial support?
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $0

Certificate programs

Program specifics: Certificate
Is the program offered online? No
Number of certificates awarded by the department in the past year 2
Special requirements or purposes of the program To get some exposure to modern statistical methods.
Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

Enrollments
Full-time 3
Full-time women 2
First year 1
First year women 1
Part-time 0
Student support in the Certificate program
Do they offer financial support? No
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $4200
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $
Comments regarding financial support NA

Institution overview

Program(s) offered Masters · Certificate
Institution College of Charleston
Department Dept of Math
Location Charleston, South Carolina United States of America
Contact information
Please contact our Program Directors Dr. Alex Kasman kasmana@cofc.edu, or Dr. Jiexiang Li lij@cofc.edu.
URL for prospective students https://gradschool.cofc.edu/admission-information/index.php
Faculty
Number of full-time faculty department members 43
Total women 11
Total tenured faculty 25
Total tenured women 8
Tenured faculty who published in the last 3 years 19
Total postdocs 0
Last updated Sep 16 2020 02:12PM

Bridge/Postbaccalaureate

Program specifics: Bridge/Postbaccalaureate
Is the program offered online?
Number of degrees awarded by the department in the past year 0
Special requirements or purposes of the program
Admissions
GRE requirement
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

Enrollments
Full-time 0
Full-time women 0
First year
First year women
Part-time 0
Student support in the Bridge/Postbaccalaureate program
Do they offer financial support?
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $0

Masters programs

Program specifics: Masters
Is the program offered online? No
Number of Masters awarded by the department in the past year 10
Special requirements or purposes of the program

Department Research interests include Mathematical Physics, Number Theory, Statistics, BioStatistics, Differential Equations, Representation theory.

Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Additional information Bachelor?s degree in mathematical sciences or a major with a strong mathematical background, minimum GPA of 3.000 in upper division mathematics and statistics courses. Two letters of recommendation.
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a Masters Degree in Mathematics · Statistics
Enrollments
Full-time 19
Full-time women 9
First year 7
First year women 2
Part-time 5
Student support in the Masters program
Do they offer financial support? Yes
Number of full-time students receiving support 10
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $7116
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $12600
Comments regarding financial support Non resident tuition is higher. GRE scores required for some fellowships. Workload: 20 hours a week for a full time GA, assisting a professor in a class. Typically holding office hours, occasional recitations, attending class, occasional grading and about 4 hours tutoring in Math Lab.
Comments regarding outcomes students are preparing for, and how successful have they been Here are examples of fields and employers where our alumni have found success: Business/Finance (Citi, State Farm, Booz Allen Hamilton), Science/Engineering (IBM, Sandia National Labs, Boeing, MUSC), Acadmia (Washington and Lee University, St Edwards University, Polk State University), and Military.

PhD programs

Program specifics: PhD
Is the program offered online?
Number of PhDs awarded by the department in the past year 0
Special requirements or purposes of the program

Admissions
GRE requirement
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a PhD in
Enrollments
Full-time 0
Full-time women 0
First year 0
First year women 0
Part-time 0
Student support in the PhD program
Do they offer financial support?
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $0

Certificate programs

Program specifics: Certificate
Is the program offered online? No
Number of certificates awarded by the department in the past year 2
Special requirements or purposes of the program Allows non-degree students to strengthen their expertise in applied statistics, or Operations Research.The programs each offer theoretical foundation, and applied tools and techniques relevant to business and industry.
Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

Applicants are expected to have completed calculus up to multivariable calculus, linear algebra and an undergraduate statistics course. Students may be admitted provisionally if they have had all of the listed courses above but are lacking Linear Algebra.

Enrollments
Full-time 2
Full-time women 1
First year 0
First year women 0
Part-time 1
Student support in the Certificate program
Do they offer financial support? No
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $7116
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $
Comments regarding financial support Certificate students who are not also degree seeking students do not receive support. Students in the MS program may also receive a certificate. Tuition depends on the number of credit hours

Institution overview

Program(s) offered Masters · Certificate
Institution East Carolina University
Department Dept of Math
Location Greenville, North Carolina United States of America
Contact information
Jungmin Choi, Ph.D. Associate Professor Director of Graduate Studies Department of Mathematics East Carolina University choiju@ecu.edu (252)328-5348
URL for prospective students gradschool.ecu.edu
Faculty
Number of full-time faculty department members 32
Total women 12
Total tenured faculty 15
Total tenured women 4
Tenured faculty who published in the last 3 years 15
Total postdocs 0
Last updated Sep 14 2020 04:59PM

Bridge/Postbaccalaureate

Program specifics: Bridge/Postbaccalaureate
Is the program offered online?
Number of degrees awarded by the department in the past year 0
Special requirements or purposes of the program
Admissions
GRE requirement
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

Enrollments
Full-time 0
Full-time women 0
First year
First year women
Part-time 0
Student support in the Bridge/Postbaccalaureate program
Do they offer financial support?
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $0

Masters programs

Program specifics: Masters
Is the program offered online? No
Number of Masters awarded by the department in the past year 6
Special requirements or purposes of the program

Full time students generally finish the program within two years. All courses involve face-to-face meetings in small classes. Most courses are offered during the evening hours to accommodate the needs of part-time students.

Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a Masters Degree in Mathematics · Statistics · Mathematics in the Community College
Enrollments
Full-time 8
Full-time women 3
First year 3
First year women 2
Part-time 2
Student support in the Masters program
Do they offer financial support? Yes
Number of full-time students receiving support 6
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $7536
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $14000
Comments regarding financial support Some students are awarded Graduate Teaching Assistantships (GTA?s). In addition to applicants who do not currently reside in North Carolina may receive a partial tuition remission which pays the difference between the in-state and out-of-state tuition rates.
Comments regarding outcomes students are preparing for, and how successful have they been Alumni of this program are employed in the private and government sectors and as community college teachers. Others have gained admission to doctoral programs upon completion of their MA degree.

PhD programs

Program specifics: PhD
Is the program offered online?
Number of PhDs awarded by the department in the past year 0
Special requirements or purposes of the program

Admissions
GRE requirement
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a PhD in
Enrollments
Full-time 0
Full-time women 0
First year 0
First year women 0
Part-time 0
Student support in the PhD program
Do they offer financial support?
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $0

Certificate programs

Program specifics: Certificate
Is the program offered online? No
Number of certificates awarded by the department in the past year 0
Special requirements or purposes of the program This certificate program is intended primarily for part-time students who wish to develop their expertise in Statistics, with application to careers in the private and government sectors. All courses involve face-to-face meetings in small classes offered during the evening hours.
Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Additional information Applications are submitted to ECU?s Graduate School, online or via paper forms. A complete application includes official transcripts from all schools where seven or more hours were earned, a Statement of Purpose, and three letters of recommendation.
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

Students complete 9-15 hours of coursework, depending on their undergraduate background in Statistics. The curriculum covers Sampling Design, Probability Theory, Statistical Analysis, Programming and Inference.

Enrollments
Full-time 0
Full-time women 0
First year 0
First year women 0
Part-time 0
Student support in the Certificate program
Do they offer financial support? No
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $
Comments regarding financial support N/A

Institution overview

Program(s) offered Masters · Certificate
Institution Emporia State University
Department Department of Mathematics and Economics
Location Emporia, Kansas United States of America
Contact information
Please send questions about the mathematics graduate programs at ESU to gradmath@emporia.edu
URL for prospective students https://www.emporia.edu/graduate-school/admissions-costs/graduate-school-admissions-requirements/
Faculty
Number of full-time faculty department members 15
Total women 3
Total tenured faculty 9
Total tenured women 1
Tenured faculty who published in the last 3 years 7
Total postdocs 0
Last updated Nov 19 2020 12:45PM

Bridge/Postbaccalaureate

Program specifics: Bridge/Postbaccalaureate
Is the program offered online?
Number of degrees awarded by the department in the past year 0
Special requirements or purposes of the program
Admissions
GRE requirement
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

Enrollments
Full-time 0
Full-time women 0
First year
First year women
Part-time 0
Student support in the Bridge/Postbaccalaureate program
Do they offer financial support?
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $0

Masters programs

Program specifics: Masters
Is the program offered online? Yes
Number of Masters awarded by the department in the past year 32
Special requirements or purposes of the program

Courses in this program are available to both online students and students at the ESU campus. The program can be completed entirely online.

Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Additional information Prospective students should provide transcripts showing good performance in undergraduate math courses, including at least one course focusing strongly on writing mathematical proofs (e.g. Abstract Algebra, Real Analysis, etc.)
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a Masters Degree in Mathematics · While primarily a mathematics M.S. program, our curriculum offers a variety of courses in statistics and applied mathematics for interested students.
Enrollments
Full-time 0
Full-time women 0
First year 0
First year women 0
Part-time 0
Student support in the Masters program
Do they offer financial support? Yes
Number of full-time students receiving support 4
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $11997
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $0
Comments regarding financial support We have a limited number of Graduate Teaching Assistant positions available each year. These positions are only available to students on the ESU campus.
Comments regarding outcomes students are preparing for, and how successful have they been Typically our Masters students are teachers (current, former, or future) at the secondary or community college level. Many are taking classes to meet accreditation requirements, to move up in their current job, or to apply for a new one. We have had a number of students interested in moving on to Ph.D. programs after completing the M.S., and they have generally reported that they were well prepared for further graduate work.

PhD programs

Program specifics: PhD
Is the program offered online?
Number of PhDs awarded by the department in the past year 0
Special requirements or purposes of the program

Admissions
GRE requirement
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a PhD in
Enrollments
Full-time 0
Full-time women 0
First year 0
First year women 0
Part-time 0
Student support in the PhD program
Do they offer financial support?
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $0

Certificate programs

Program specifics: Certificate
Is the program offered online? Yes
Number of certificates awarded by the department in the past year 4
Special requirements or purposes of the program The Graduate Certificate in Mathematics program is an 18-hour certificate program intended primarily for teachers who need graduate coursework in mathematics in order to satisfy accreditation requirements at their school.
Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Additional information The Graduate Certificate in Mathematics program is an 18-hour certificate program intended primarily for teachers who need graduate coursework in mathematics in order to satisfy accreditation requirements at their school. Prospective students should provide transcripts showing good performance in undergraduate math courses, including at least one course focusing strongly on writing mathematical proofs (e.g. Abstract Algebra, Real Analysis, etc.)
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

Courses in these programs are available to both online students and students at the ESU campus. The program can be completed entirely online.

Enrollments
Full-time 0
Full-time women 0
First year 0
First year women 0
Part-time 0
Student support in the Certificate program
Do they offer financial support? Yes
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $11997
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $

Institution overview

Program(s) offered Masters · Certificate
Institution Fairfield University
Department Mathematics Department
Location Fairfield, Connecticut United States of America
Contact information
Graduate Program Director: Prof. Stephen Sawin, ssawin@fairfield.edu Mathematics Department Chair: Prof. Irene Mulvey, mulvey@fairfield.edu
URL for prospective students https://www.fairfield.edu/graduate-and-professional-studies/admission-and-financial-aid/admission/how-to-apply/index.html
Faculty
Number of full-time faculty department members 16
Total women 7
Total tenured faculty 11
Total tenured women 4
Tenured faculty who published in the last 3 years 8
Total postdocs 0
Last updated Sep 29 2020 08:31AM

Bridge/Postbaccalaureate

Program specifics: Bridge/Postbaccalaureate
Is the program offered online?
Number of degrees awarded by the department in the past year 0
Special requirements or purposes of the program
Admissions
GRE requirement
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

Enrollments
Full-time 0
Full-time women 0
First year
First year women
Part-time 0
Student support in the Bridge/Postbaccalaureate program
Do they offer financial support?
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $0

Masters programs

Program specifics: Masters
Is the program offered online? No
Number of Masters awarded by the department in the past year 0
Special requirements or purposes of the program

Our Masters degree is 10 courses (30 credits) including 2 required courses and 8 electives, with some distribution requirements. A capstone experience is required to complete the degree.

Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Additional information A solid undergraduate background in mathematics or a related field is required, including an introduction to proof writing.
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a Masters Degree in Mathematics · Applied Mathematics · K-12 Teaching · Statistics
Enrollments
Full-time 0
Full-time women 0
First year 0
First year women 0
Part-time 20
Additional details regarding enrollments and characteristics of the students Most of our Masters students work full time and take our graduate courses in the evening.
Student support in the Masters program
Do they offer financial support? No
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $15510
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $0
Comments regarding financial support Tuition is $850/credit. We have one graduate assistantship available, working in the Math Center. Other financial aid is available through the Office of Financial Aid.
Comments regarding outcomes students are preparing for, and how successful have they been Our students go on to a variety of careers. Some continue on to Ph.D. programs; many have successful careers in business and education.

PhD programs

Program specifics: PhD
Is the program offered online?
Number of PhDs awarded by the department in the past year 0
Special requirements or purposes of the program

Admissions
GRE requirement
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a PhD in
Enrollments
Full-time 0
Full-time women 0
First year 0
First year women 0
Part-time 0
Student support in the PhD program
Do they offer financial support?
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $0

Certificate programs

Program specifics: Certificate
Is the program offered online? No
Number of certificates awarded by the department in the past year 0
Special requirements or purposes of the program We offer 12-credit certificates in both Applied Statistics and Financial Mathematics, designed for working professionals.
Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Additional information Both certificates consist of a program of 4 courses (12 credits) each.
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

Both certificates consist of a program of 4 courses (12 credits) each.

Enrollments
Full-time 0
Full-time women 0
First year 0
First year women 0
Part-time 2
Student support in the Certificate program
Do they offer financial support? No
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $10200
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $
Comments regarding financial support Tuition is $850/credit. Financial aid is available through the Office of Financial Aid.

Institution overview

Program(s) offered Masters · Doctoral · Certificate
Institution Florida Atlantic University
Department Department of Mathematical Sciences
Location Boca Raton, Florida United States of America
Contact information
Prof. Hongwei Long, Graduate Director Department of Mathematical Sciences Florida Atlantic University 777 Glades RD Boca Raton, FL 33431 Email: hlong@fau.edu FAX: (561) 297-2436 Phone: (561) 297-0810
URL for prospective students http://www.math.fau.edu/apply.php
Faculty
Number of full-time faculty department members 44
Total women 13
Total tenured faculty 21
Total tenured women 2
Tenured faculty who published in the last 3 years 20
Total postdocs 2
Last updated Sep 24 2020 10:45AM

Bridge/Postbaccalaureate

Program specifics: Bridge/Postbaccalaureate
Is the program offered online?
Number of degrees awarded by the department in the past year 0
Special requirements or purposes of the program
Admissions
GRE requirement
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

Enrollments
Full-time 0
Full-time women 0
First year
First year women
Part-time 0
Student support in the Bridge/Postbaccalaureate program
Do they offer financial support?
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $0

Masters programs

Program specifics: Masters
Is the program offered online? Yes, partially
Number of Masters awarded by the department in the past year 16
Special requirements or purposes of the program

For information about the Masters along the way, Ph.D., MS, and AMST programs contact: mathgraduate@fau.edu Prof. Hongwei Long, Graduate Director Department of Mathematical Sciences Florida Atlantic University 777 Glades Road Boca Raton, FL 33431

Admissions
GRE requirement General
Additional information Admission Requirements A Bachelor's degree in Mathematics with at least 3.0 GPA, three letters of recommendation documenting the applicant's prior work in mathematics focusing on preparation and suitability for success in graduate-level mathematics courses, a quantitative general GRE (revised) score of at least 155, and approval of the departmental graduate committee. In addition, it is recommended to include scores of the GRE subject test mathematics as part of the application package. If your undergraduate major is not in Mathematics, see our Frequently Asked Questions page for a list of required prerequisite coursework: http://www.math.fau.edu/faq.php Interested in the Master of Science in Teaching? Visit: http://www.math.fau.edu/mst.php.
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a Masters Degree in Mathematics · Applied Mathematics · K-12 Teaching · Actuarial Science · Statistics · Biostatistics · Data Science · This program is designed to provide a foundation for mathematical work in scientific or technical fields as well as for doctoral study in mathematics.
Enrollments
Full-time 5
Full-time women 3
First year 2
First year women 1
Part-time 4
Additional details regarding enrollments and characteristics of the students Florida Atlantic University's Department of Mathematical Sciences offers students lots of opportunities to get to know other students by joining one or more of our student chapters and organizations. Students within the department lead students chapters of the Association of Women in Mathematics (AWM); Society for Industrial an Applied Mathematics (SIAM), and the American Mathematical Society (AMS). Our students organize and conduct peer seminars and lectures. We also have a robust and active Math Club. We invite students to become involved by participating, networking, participating, learning and researching with student colleagues and world-renowned research faculty.
Student support in the Masters program
Do they offer financial support? Yes
Number of full-time students receiving support 5
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $2043
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $14650
Comments regarding financial support Qualified full time M.S. students may be eligible to receive a Graduate Teaching Assistantship. These assistantships carry a stipend of $5,525 per academic semester and $3,600 per summer semester, a total of $14,650 per year. GTA's also receive 24 credits per year of tuition waivers. The duties of a teaching assistant are tutoring, grading, proctoring exams, or teaching courses for 20 hours per week. Currently, there is a limited number of teaching assistantships available for Master's degree students. These assistantships, when available, carry a stipend of $5,525 per academic semester and $3,600 per summer session. GTA's will also receive up to 24 credits per year of tuition waivers. The duties of a teaching assistant are tutoring, grading, proctoring exams, or teaching courses for 20 hours per week. For information about graduate teaching assistantships contact: Prof. Hongwei Long, Graduate Director Department of Mathematical Sciences Florida Atlantic University 777 Glades RD Boca Raton, FL 33431 email: mathgraduate@fau.edu
Comments regarding outcomes students are preparing for, and how successful have they been Many employers recognize the need for a workforce with a background in mathematics. Here you will find recently posted job descriptions and salaries: ? Mobile application developer?$104,000 ? Construction manager?$94,000 ? Computer programmer?$84,500 ? Commercial pilot?$82,500 ? Video game designer?$81,000 ? Project manager?$73,500 ? Computer animator?$73,000 ? Diagnostic medical sonographer?$73,500 ? Registered nurse?$72,500 ? Landscape designer?$68,230 ? Electronics engineering technician?$64,330 ? Aircraft mechanic?$63,000 ? Radiologic technologist?$62,000 ? Cardiovascular tech?$55,500 ? Mechanical engineering technician?$56,500 ? Electrician?$60,000 ? Architectural drafting technician?$60,000 ? Plumber?$55,000 ? CNC machine tool programmer?$54,000 ? HVAC technician?$47,000 ? Diesel mechanic?$51,000 ? Carpenter?$47,000 ? Commercial truck driver?$45,000 ? Auto mechanic?$42,500 ? Optician?$34,000 ? Motorcycle mechanic?$37,000 ? Photographer?$34,000 ? Pharmacy technician?$32,700

PhD programs

Program specifics: PhD
Is the program offered online? No
Number of PhDs awarded by the department in the past year 6
Special requirements or purposes of the program

Requirements to be Admitted to Candidacy The student must complete the following courses. Introductory Analysis 1 and 2 (MAA 5228 and 5229) Introductory Abstract Algebra 1 and 2 (MAS 5311 and 5312) Linear Algebra (MAS 5145) Multivariable Analysis (MAA 5105). Satisfy one of the following 1. Pass two of the three qualifying exams (Algebra, Analysis, Probability & Statistics) within five semesters (not counting the summer terms) of admission to doctoral study. Then form a supervisory committee. 2. Complete the following steps within six semesters (not counting the summer terms) of admission to doctoral study. i) Earn a pass on one exam and a constructive attempt on a different exam within four semesters (not counting the summer terms) of admission to doctoral study. ii) Select a prospective research advisor, and complete two courses at the 6000-level, selected by the prospective research advisor and approved by the departmental graduate committee. These courses will need to be passed with a combined GPA of at least 3.5. Ph.D. Preliminary Exam After admission to candidacy, and before submission of the Ph.D. thesis, students must pass a preliminary exam (Prelim). Main purpose of the Preliminary Exam: The purpose of the Prelim is to test the student's in-depth understanding of an area in which he or she will develop the dissertation research. The exam is intended to assess the student's mathematical maturity and knowledge at a high level that goes beyond any particular course. The candidate should demonstrate the maturity and expertise required for carrying out dissertation research. For more information: Prof. Hongwei Long, Graduate Director Department of Mathematical Sciences Florida Atlantic University mathgraduate@fau.edu

Admissions
GRE requirement General
Additional information Requirements: A Bachelor's degree in Mathematics with at least 3.0 GPA, three letters of recommendation documenting the applicant's prior work in mathematics focusing on preparation and suitability for success in graduate-level mathematics courses, a quantitative general GRE (revised) score of at least 157, and approval of the departmental graduate committee. In addition, it is recommended to include scores of the GRE subject test mathematics as part of the application package. Requirements to be Admitted to Candidacy The student must complete the following courses. Introductory Analysis 1 and 2 (MAA 5228 and 5229) Introductory Abstract Algebra 1 and 2 (MAS 5311 and 5312) Linear Algebra (MAS 5145) Multivariable Analysis (MAA 5105). Satisfy one of the following Pass two of the three exams (Algebra, Analysis, Probability & Statistics) within five semesters (not counting the summer terms) of admission to doctoral study. Then form a supervisory committee as outlined in Item 3. Complete the following steps within six semesters (not counting the summer terms) of admission to doctoral study. Earn a pass on one exam and a constructive attempt on a different exam within four semesters (not counting the summer terms) of admission to doctoral study. Select a prospective research advisor, and complete two courses at the 6000-level, selected by the prospective research advisor and approved by the departmental graduate committee. These courses will need to be passed with a combined GPA of at least 3.5. They will count towards Degree Requirement 1a below, but not 1b or 1c. The prospective research advisor may propose additional requirements. Receive a positive recommendation by the prospective research advisor and the graduate committee. Then form a supervisory committee as outlined in Item 3 with the prospective research advisor serving as research advisor. Form a supervisory committee of at least four members from the Department of Math at FAU.
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a PhD in Algebra/Number Theory · Real, Complex, Functional, Harmonic Analysis (and Topological Groups) · Geometry/Topology · Discrete Math/Combinatorics/Logic/Computer Science · Probability · Biostatistics/Statistics · Applied Mathematics · Numerical Analysis/Approximations · Linear, Non-linear Optimization/Control · Differential, Integral, Difference Equations · Data Science · The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) is conferred upon those who have demonstrated the ability to make original and independent contributions to mathematics
Enrollments
Full-time 40
Full-time women 13
First year 11
First year women 3
Part-time 2
Additional details regarding enrollments and characteristics of the students Florida Atlantic University's Department of Mathematical Sciences offers students lots of opportunities to get to know other students by joining one or more of our students chapters and organizations. Students within the department lead students chapters of the Association of Women in Mathematics (AWM); Society for Industrial an Applied Mathematics(SIAM); and the American Mathematical Society (AMS). Our students organize and conduct peer seminars and lectures. We also have a robust and active Math Club. We invite students to become involved by participating, networking, participating, learning and researching with student colleagues and world renowned research faculty.
Student support in the PhD program
Do they offer financial support? Yes
Number of full-time students receiving support 38
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $2043
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $20050
Comments regarding financial support Graduate Teaching Assistantships Qualified full time Ph.D. students may be eligible to receive a Graduate Teaching Assistantship. These assistantships carry a stipend of $7,525 per academic semester and $5,000 per summer semester, a total of $20,050 per year. GTA's also receive 24 credits per year of tuition waivers. The duties of a teaching assistant are tutoring, grading, proctoring exams, or teaching courses for 20 hours per week. Currently, there is a limited number of teaching assistantships available for Master's degree students. These assistantships, when available, carry a stipend of $5,525 per academic semester and $3,600 per summer session. GTA's will also receive up to 24 credits per year of tuition waivers. The duties of a teaching assistant are tutoring, grading, proctoring exams, or teaching courses for 20 hours per week. For information about graduate teaching assistantships contact: Prof. Hongwei Long, Graduate Director Department of Mathematical Sciences Florida Atlantic University 777 Glades RD Boca Raton, FL 33431 email: mathgraduate@fau.edu
Comments regarding outcomes students are preparing for, and how successful have they been Where are the graduates of the Analysis and Applications program now? Jorge Gonzalez, Ph, D. (FAU) was awarded a three Year NSF Postdoctoral Fellowship. While at FAU as a Ph. D. student of math at FAU, Jorge spent a summer internship at the Center for Cyber Warfare, at Monterey, California. His works seek to understand how network traffic combines from individual sources in order to construct more accurate network traffic models and anomaly detection algorithms in an effort to secure American network infrastructure. During this internship experience, Jorge was most proud of the discovery of strong connections between network designs and known explanatory models in the literature. Shane Kepley, Ph.D., Mathematics, 2017. Dr. Shane Kepley is an finishing (Fall, 2022) a Hill Assistant Professorship at Rutgers University. This is a prestigious four year postdoctoral fellowship awarded to only two or three candidates a year. Hasala Senpathy Gallolu Kankanamalage, Ph.D., Mathematics, 2017, defended his dissertation went on to teach mathematics at Roger Williams University located in Bristol, Rhode Island. Other graduate of the Ph. D. program went on to: Post Doctoral Fellow, Institute for Quantum Computing , Waterloo University (2019) Post Doctoral Fellow, Colorado State University, (2019) Research Scientist, General Motors (2018) Visiting Assistant Professor, Wake Forest University (2018) Principle Investigator, PQSecure Technologies (2018) Computer Scientist, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) (2018)

Certificate programs

Program specifics: Certificate
Is the program offered online? Yes, partially
Number of certificates awarded by the department in the past year 2
Special requirements or purposes of the program Cyber Security Graduate Certificate Cybercrime-related issues especially impact the State of Florida because a significant part of the state's economic development comes from tourism, international banking and high-tech industries. The number of scientists, engineers, and experts needed with special skills in cybersecurity exceeds the number available. The Cyber Security certificate provides opportunities for graduate students to expand their knowledge and skills to meet the needs of the cybersecurity field. Due to their extensive expertise and facilities, the departments of Computer and Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and Mathematical Sciences have jointly designed the Cyber Security certificate. This 12-credit certificate program has two tracks: Computer Science (CS) and Mathematics (Math). Tracks Computer Science Track The Cyber Security certificate with a track in Computer Science will be granted to a student who completes four 3-credit courses as follows: Three 3-credit courses from the CS Cyber Security course list One 3-credit course from either the CS or the Math Cyber Security course list. Mathematics Track The Cyber Security certificate with a track in Mathematics will be granted to a student who completes four 3-credit courses as follows: Three 3-credit courses from the Math Cyber Security course list. One 3-credit course from either the Math or the CS Cyber Security course list.
Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Additional information Cyber Security Graduate Certificate Cybercrime-related issues especially impact the State of Florida because a significant part of the state's economic development comes from tourism, international banking and high-tech industries. The number of scientists, engineers, and experts needed with special skills in cybersecurity exceeds the number available. The Cyber Security certificate provides opportunities for graduate students to expand their knowledge and skills to meet the needs of the cybersecurity field. Due to their extensive expertise and facilities, the departments of Computer and Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and Mathematical Sciences have jointly designed the Cyber Security certificate. This 12-credit certificate program has two tracks: Computer Science (CS) and Mathematics (Math). Cyber Security Courses by Track CS Cyber Security Courses (Select three from this list and one more from this list or the list of Math courses.) Computer Data Security CIS 6370 3 Distributed Systems Security CIS 6375 3 Secret Sharing Protocols COT 6116 3 Cyber Security: Measurement and Data Analysis CTS 6319 3 Practical Aspects of Modern Cryptography CIS 5371 3 Math Cyber Security Courses (Select three from this list and one more from this list or the list of CS courses.) Introduction to Cryptology and Information Security MAD 5474 3 Cryptanalysis MAD 6478 3 Coding Theory MAD 6607 3 Number Theory and Cryptography MAS 6217 3 * As with all degree programs, the authoritative source for the degree requirements is the University Catalog that was in effect for the academic year in which the student entered the University. The information on this page does not supersede the Catalog.
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

Cyber Security Courses by Track CS Cyber Security Courses (Select three from this list and one more from this list or the list of Math courses.) Computer Data Security CIS 6370 3 Distributed Systems Security CIS 6375 3 Secret Sharing Protocols COT 6116 3 Cyber Security: Measurement and Data Analysis CTS 6319 3 Practical Aspects of Modern Cryptography CIS 5371 3 Math Cyber Security Courses (Select three from this list and one more from this list or the list of CS courses.) Introduction to Cryptology and Information Security MAD 5474 3 Cryptanalysis MAD 6478 3 Coding Theory MAD 6607 3 Number Theory and Cryptography MAS 6217 3 * As with all degree programs, the authoritative source for the degree requirements is the University Catalog that was in effect for the academic year in which the student entered the University. The information on this page does not supersede the Catalog.

Enrollments
Full-time 2
Full-time women 0
First year 0
First year women 0
Part-time 0
Additional details regarding enrollments and characteristics of the students Florida Atlantic University's Department of Mathematical Sciences offers students lots of opportunities to get to know other students by joining one or more of our student chapters and organizations. Students within the department lead student chapters of the Association of Women in Mathematics (AWM); Society for Industrial an Applied Mathematics (SIAM), and the American Mathematical Society (AMS). Our students organize and conduct peer seminars and lectures. We also have a robust and active Math Club. We invite students to become involved by participating, networking, participating, learning and researching with student colleagues and world-renowned research faculty.
Student support in the Certificate program
Do they offer financial support? No
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $
Comments regarding financial support No support for this certificate program.
Comments regarding outcomes students are preparing for, and how successful have they been Cybersecurity Industry Needs More Qualified Experts The Cybersecurity industry is facing a shortage of experts. Our bootcamp training combines theory with real-life practical skill development to help you join the next generation of cybersecurity professionals. With the right skillset and certifications, you are prepared to compete for industry jobs including, but not limited to, the following: Cybersecurity Analyst Penetration Tester IT Security Engineer Security Consultant Average salary for different job roles in the cybersecurity industry ranges from $72,000 to $145,000. (Source: PayScale)

Institution overview

Program(s) offered Masters · Doctoral · Certificate
Institution Montclair State University
Department Department of Mathematics
Location Montclair, New Jersey United States of America
Contact information
Ashwin Vaidya, Chair vaidyaa@montclair.edu
URL for prospective students https://www.montclair.edu/graduate/how-to-apply/
Faculty
Number of full-time faculty department members 14
Total women 6
Total tenured faculty 12
Total tenured women 6
Tenured faculty who published in the last 3 years 12
Total postdocs 0
Last updated Sep 18 2020 10:58AM

Bridge/Postbaccalaureate

Program specifics: Bridge/Postbaccalaureate
Is the program offered online?
Number of degrees awarded by the department in the past year 0
Special requirements or purposes of the program
Admissions
GRE requirement
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

Enrollments
Full-time 0
Full-time women 0
First year
First year women
Part-time 0
Student support in the Bridge/Postbaccalaureate program
Do they offer financial support?
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $0

Masters programs

Program specifics: Masters
Is the program offered online? No
Number of Masters awarded by the department in the past year 10
Special requirements or purposes of the program

Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a Masters Degree in Mathematics · K-12 Teaching · Other · Mathematics Education
Enrollments
Full-time 30
Full-time women 19
First year 18
First year women 10
Part-time 25
Student support in the Masters program
Do they offer financial support? Yes
Number of full-time students receiving support 3
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $13000
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $0
Comments regarding financial support Our students tend to work in our tutoring center or as TAs for courses. The workload is 20 hours per week. Some students are supported as tutors in remedial math courses for about 10 hrs per week. Students also sometimes receive research support to various degrees (full stipend/tuition scholarships to hourly salaries) depending on the type of grant.
Comments regarding outcomes students are preparing for, and how successful have they been Our students have gone for PhD programs in math and math related fields, pursue teaching careers in K12 schools or have found employment in industries (primarily retail or computer science fields).

PhD programs

Program specifics: PhD
Is the program offered online? Yes, partially
Number of PhDs awarded by the department in the past year 2
Special requirements or purposes of the program

Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a PhD in Mathematics Education
Enrollments
Full-time 11
Full-time women 7
First year 2
First year women 2
Part-time 23
Student support in the PhD program
Do they offer financial support? Yes
Number of full-time students receiving support 11
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $20000
Comments regarding financial support We aim to provide every full-time doctoral student with a 20-hour per week assistantship that pays tuition, fees, and a stipend. The responsibility of doctoral research assistants is to collaborate with faculty on all aspects of research. Funding is available through our Graduate School, external grant funding sources, and a competitive fellowship.
Comments regarding outcomes students are preparing for, and how successful have they been Our program prepares doctoral students for careers as mathematics educators and education researchers at two- and four-year colleges and universities, researchers at scientific and policy research institutes, mathematics curriculum developers, leaders in school districts and education agencies, and research-based teachers in classrooms. Recent graduates have careers as mathematics education researchers at four-year colleges and universities, as developers of curriculum and professional development, as leaders in school districts, and as research-based teachers in classrooms.

Certificate programs

Program specifics: Certificate
Is the program offered online? Yes
Number of certificates awarded by the department in the past year 0
Special requirements or purposes of the program This certificate is meant to prepare students to teach middle school mathematics. Students with NJ certification can also get certification to teach middle grades mathematics.
Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

Enrollments
Full-time 7
Full-time women 6
First year 5
First year women 4
Part-time 8
Student support in the Certificate program
Do they offer financial support? No
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $
Comments regarding financial support N/A

Institution overview

Program(s) offered Masters · Certificate
Institution Northeastern State University
Department Dept of Math and Comp Sci
Location Tahlequah, Oklahoma United States of America
Contact information
Dr. Martha Parrott Professor of Mathematics Assistant Dean, Gregg Wadley College of Science and Health Professions 918-449-6474 or parrott@nsuok.edu
URL for prospective students https://academics.nsuok.edu/graduatecollege/Apply-for-Admission
Faculty
Number of full-time faculty department members 15
Total women 1
Total tenured faculty 10
Total tenured women 1
Tenured faculty who published in the last 3 years 0
Total postdocs 0
Last updated Sep 24 2020 11:28AM

Bridge/Postbaccalaureate

Program specifics: Bridge/Postbaccalaureate
Is the program offered online?
Number of degrees awarded by the department in the past year 0
Special requirements or purposes of the program
Admissions
GRE requirement
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

Enrollments
Full-time 0
Full-time women 0
First year
First year women
Part-time 0
Student support in the Bridge/Postbaccalaureate program
Do they offer financial support?
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $0

Masters programs

Program specifics: Masters
Is the program offered online? Yes, partially
Number of Masters awarded by the department in the past year 0
Special requirements or purposes of the program

Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Additional information If a student has an earned grade point average of at least 3.0 based on a 4.0 scale for the last 60 hours of course work attempted at either the undergraduate or graduate level, then they are not required to take the GRE or MAT. If the required GPA is not satisfied then the candidate should attain a raw score of 383 or more on the Miller Analogies Test or a score of 288 (verbal plus quantitative) or more on the Graduate Record Examination.
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a Masters Degree in Mathematics · K-12 Teaching
Enrollments
Full-time 0
Full-time women 0
First year 0
First year women 0
Part-time 0
Student support in the Masters program
Do they offer financial support? Yes
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $0

PhD programs

Program specifics: PhD
Is the program offered online?
Number of PhDs awarded by the department in the past year 0
Special requirements or purposes of the program

Admissions
GRE requirement
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a PhD in
Enrollments
Full-time 0
Full-time women 0
First year 0
First year women 0
Part-time 0
Student support in the PhD program
Do they offer financial support?
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $0

Certificate programs

Program specifics: Certificate
Is the program offered online? Yes
Number of certificates awarded by the department in the past year 0
Special requirements or purposes of the program Northeastern State University offers a 12 graduate hour STEM Education certificate. If a student has an earned grade point average of at least 3.0 based on a 4.0 scale for the last 60 hours of course work attempted at either the undergraduate or graduate level, then they are not required to take the GRE or MAT. If the required GPA is not satisfied then the candidate should attain a raw score of 383 or more on the Miller Analogies Test or a score of 288 (verbal plus quantitative) or more on the Graduate Record Examination.
Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Additional information Certificate Outcomes: Utilize knowledge of STEM and 21st Century Skills to implement innovative pedagogy. Acquire an understanding of a body of knowledge related to improving instructional effectiveness and the supporting research evidence, including its strengths and its limitations. Create and implement appropriate experiential-based learning opportunities that facilitate student mastery of standards-based STEM content Acquire leadership skills in STEM areas.
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

Enrollments
Full-time 0
Full-time women 0
First year 0
First year women 0
Part-time 0
Student support in the Certificate program
Do they offer financial support? Yes
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $

Institution overview

Program(s) offered Masters · Certificate
Institution Pittsburg State University
Department Dept of Math
Location Pittsburg, Kansas United States of America
URL for prospective students https://admission.pittstate.edu/
Faculty
Number of full-time faculty department members 10
Total women 4
Total tenured faculty 8
Total tenured women 3
Tenured faculty who published in the last 3 years 3
Total postdocs 0
Last updated Sep 15 2020 01:53PM

Bridge/Postbaccalaureate

Program specifics: Bridge/Postbaccalaureate
Is the program offered online?
Number of degrees awarded by the department in the past year 0
Special requirements or purposes of the program
Admissions
GRE requirement
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

Enrollments
Full-time 0
Full-time women 0
First year
First year women
Part-time 0
Student support in the Bridge/Postbaccalaureate program
Do they offer financial support?
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $0

Masters programs

Program specifics: Masters
Is the program offered online? Yes, partially
Number of Masters awarded by the department in the past year 6
Special requirements or purposes of the program

Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a Masters Degree in Mathematics
Enrollments
Full-time 4
Full-time women 3
First year 1
First year women 1
Part-time 5
Student support in the Masters program
Do they offer financial support? Yes
Number of full-time students receiving support 3
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $7500
Comments regarding financial support Teach two sections of College Algebra
Comments regarding outcomes students are preparing for, and how successful have they been Graduates of our Math program are fully prepared and ready to pursue graduate school or careers in mathematics. We boast nearly 100 percent job placement, and our graduates are exceptionally successful in graduate school.

PhD programs

Program specifics: PhD
Is the program offered online?
Number of PhDs awarded by the department in the past year 0
Special requirements or purposes of the program

Admissions
GRE requirement
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a PhD in
Enrollments
Full-time 0
Full-time women 0
First year 0
First year women 0
Part-time 0
Student support in the PhD program
Do they offer financial support?
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $0

Certificate programs

Program specifics: Certificate
Is the program offered online? Yes, partially
Number of certificates awarded by the department in the past year 2
Special requirements or purposes of the program None
Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Additional information The 18-hour Certificate in Graduate Mathematics is designed to certify that the recipients have a knowledge base in graduate mathematics requisite in a variety of areas, including collegiate level teaching.
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

Enrollments
Full-time 0
Full-time women 0
First year 0
First year women 0
Part-time 3
Student support in the Certificate program
Do they offer financial support? No
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $1089
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $
Comments regarding financial support Not offered for the certificate program

Institution overview

Program(s) offered Bridge/Postbaccalaureate · Masters · Doctoral · Certificate
Institution Portland State University
Department Fariborz Maseeh Dept of Math & Stat
Location Portland, Oregon United States of America
Contact information
Graduate Admissions/Application Questions: mathstatgrad@pdx.edu
URL for prospective students https://www.pdx.edu/math/graduate-application-instructions
Faculty
Number of full-time faculty department members 34
Total women 12
Total tenured faculty 20
Total tenured women 2
Tenured faculty who published in the last 3 years 17
Total postdocs 0
Last updated Sep 23 2020 12:32PM

Bridge/Postbaccalaureate

Program specifics: Bridge/Postbaccalaureate
Is the program offered online? No
Number of degrees awarded by the department in the past year 5
Special requirements or purposes of the program Students must have a BA/BS degree. They fulfill only the Math Major course requirements and a residency requirement.
Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

Enrollments
Full-time 4
Full-time women 1
First year
First year women
Part-time 32
Student support in the Bridge/Postbaccalaureate program
Do they offer financial support? No
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $10081
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $0
Comments regarding financial support No financial support provided for Post Bacc students.

Masters programs

Program specifics: Masters
Is the program offered online? No
Number of Masters awarded by the department in the past year 11
Special requirements or purposes of the program

Candidates must complete an approved 45-credit program that includes at least 30 credits in mathematics or statistics. In addition students either pass two exams (in specific areas) or pass one exam and complete 3 credits of a Mathematical Literature and Problems course.

Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Additional information The MA/MS Mathematics program is designed for the student who wishes to prepare for community college teaching, industrial work in mathematics, or further advanced work toward a PhD in mathematics. The department offers courses in pure and applied mathematics and in statistics. Students may choose an emphasis in one or more of these areas.
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a Masters Degree in Mathematics · Applied Mathematics · Statistics · Other · Computational mathematics
Enrollments
Full-time 32
Full-time women 9
First year 6
First year women 2
Part-time 39
Student support in the Masters program
Do they offer financial support? Varies by program
Number of full-time students receiving support 2
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $6891
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $13878
Comments regarding financial support Graduate Teaching Assistants teach one course a term.
Comments regarding outcomes students are preparing for, and how successful have they been Our MS Math graduates pursue careers in industry, college teaching or continue into doctoral programs.

PhD programs

Program specifics: PhD
Is the program offered online? No
Number of PhDs awarded by the department in the past year 3
Special requirements or purposes of the program

Mathematical Sciences at PSU encompass a wide range of specialties. Traditionally at PSU, students often engage in multidisciplinary research work and take graduate courses in other departments. The program prepares one for academic professions as well as a broad range of non academic professions. Mathematical Sciences form an integral part of emerging fields such as computational medicine/biology, artificial intelligence, information security, and e-sciences. In today?s data-intensive world, Mathematical Sciences allow one to answer questions and solve problems in areas as diverse as economics and finance, government and law, the arts and music, medicine, weather and air quality forecasting, climate modeling, and national defense in addition to its traditional application in the physical sciences. The program is flexible, learner driven, and provides participants with a structured environment, professional guidance, and advising support. The program accommodates a broad range of interdisciplinary partners. Students choose a main concentration within the Mathematical Sciences as well as a secondary concentration. This secondary concentration can be chosen within the Mathematical Sciences or alternatively, within the natural sciences, social sciences, or engineering. Typical examples of secondary concentrations outside of Mathematical Sciences include Computer science, Engineering, Physics, Biology, Economics, Systems Science, Finance, Urban Studies and Planning, Public Health and Medicine.

Admissions
GRE requirement General · Math subject
Additional information The PhD in Mathematical Sciences at Portland State University is a research degree. It aims to develop student's ability to conduct and share original research. The program is flexible, learner driven, and provides participants with a structured environment, professional guidance, and advising support.
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a PhD in Algebra/Number Theory · Real, Complex, Functional, Harmonic Analysis (and Topological Groups) · Geometry/Topology · Discrete Math/Combinatorics/Logic/Computer Science · Probability · Biostatistics/Statistics · Applied Mathematics · Numerical Analysis/Approximations · Linear, Non-linear Optimization/Control · Differential, Integral, Difference Equations · Data Science
Enrollments
Full-time 27
Full-time women 6
First year 5
First year women 2
Part-time 10
Student support in the PhD program
Do they offer financial support? Yes
Number of full-time students receiving support 27
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $6891
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $13878
Comments regarding financial support Support available is in the form of Graduate Teaching Assistantships (GTA). GTAs teach one course a term.
Comments regarding outcomes students are preparing for, and how successful have they been Our PhD graduates pursue careers in industry, government and academia.

Certificate programs

Program specifics: Certificate
Is the program offered online? No
Number of certificates awarded by the department in the past year 5
Special requirements or purposes of the program The Graduate Certificate Program in Applied Statistics (GCAS) is primarily designed to provide a companion credential for students in other graduate programs (including Mathematics) who have demonstrated expertise in methods and techniques for the quantitative analysis and modeling of data. Prospective students must have a basic preparation in mathematics and statistics and in a particular disciplinary field that would allow for advanced work in statistical methods as well as applications in one or more content areas. This preparation must be demonstrated by the completion of calculus-based courses in probability and distribution theory. A background in basic statistical methodology is assumed. Prerequisites for the GCAS are: 3 terms of calculus (MTH 251-253), linear algebra (MTH 261), and a statistical methods course (STAT 452/552).
Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Additional information The Graduate Certificate Program in Applied Statistics (GCAS) is primarily designed to provide a companion credential for students in other graduate programs (including Mathematics) who have demonstrated expertise in methods and techniques for the quantitative analysis and modeling of data. Graduate programs that share a common interest in the application of statistical methods to the analysis of data and the solutions of problems include: Psychology, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Economics, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Engineering and Technology Management, Environmental Sciences and Resources, Mechanical Engineering, Political Sciences, Sociology, Urban Studies, Systems Science. However, the GCAS program equally serves those who want to pursue just the graduate certificate.
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

Enrollments
Full-time 4
Full-time women 0
First year 2
First year women 0
Part-time 0
Student support in the Certificate program
Do they offer financial support? No
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $
Comments regarding financial support No financial support offered

Institution overview

Program(s) offered Masters · Doctoral · Certificate
Institution Purdue University
Department Dept of Statistics
Location West Lafayette, Indiana United States of America
Contact information
graduate@stat.purdue.edu
URL for prospective students https://gradapply.purdue.edu/apply/?_ga=2.151275706.202991805.1601302473-599500199.1568982572
Faculty
Number of full-time faculty department members 34
Total women 4
Total tenured faculty 27
Total tenured women 3
Tenured faculty who published in the last 3 years 30
Total postdocs 10
Last updated Sep 29 2020 08:45AM

Bridge/Postbaccalaureate

Program specifics: Bridge/Postbaccalaureate
Is the program offered online?
Number of degrees awarded by the department in the past year 0
Special requirements or purposes of the program
Admissions
GRE requirement
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

Enrollments
Full-time 0
Full-time women 0
First year
First year women
Part-time 0
Student support in the Bridge/Postbaccalaureate program
Do they offer financial support?
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $0

Masters programs

Program specifics: Masters
Is the program offered online? No
Number of Masters awarded by the department in the past year 31
Special requirements or purposes of the program

Please contact graduate@stat.purdue.edu for more information

Admissions
GRE requirement General
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a Masters Degree in Statistics · Computational Finance Joint Stat/CS Applied Statistics Mathematical Statistics
Enrollments
Full-time 72
Full-time women 27
First year 16
First year women 3
Part-time 0
Student support in the Masters program
Do they offer financial support? Yes
Number of full-time students receiving support 9
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $28794
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $16320
Comments regarding financial support We typically provide assistantships or fellowships for all PhD students. Our MS students are usually self funded or find other means of support.
Comments regarding outcomes students are preparing for, and how successful have they been All of our student have a job within a few months of graduation. Our MS students are almost exclusively hired into industry.

PhD programs

Program specifics: PhD
Is the program offered online? No
Number of PhDs awarded by the department in the past year 10
Special requirements or purposes of the program

Please contact graduate@stat.purdue.edu for more information

Admissions
GRE requirement General
Additional information The Doctor of Philosophy program in statistics prepares students for careers in university teaching and research or in government or industrial research. Students entering the program spend four semesters acquiring a basic background in probability, mathematical statistics, and applied statistics and take general examinations on these subjects. More specialized study follows with the thesis research, which usually begins in the third year. This research may be concentrated in any area of statistics or probability in which a faculty member is interested. Students also have the opportunity to gain experience in applied statistics through participation in statistical consulting. Completion of the Ph.D. program normally requires three to five years.
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a PhD in Biostatistics/Statistics
Enrollments
Full-time 98
Full-time women 31
First year 8
First year women 0
Part-time 3
Student support in the PhD program
Do they offer financial support? Yes
Number of full-time students receiving support 72
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $28794
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $16320
Comments regarding financial support We typically provide assistantships or fellowships for all PhD students. Our MS students are usually self funded or find other means of support. Positions are either 10 or 20 hours per week. Fee remission is included with all positions.
Comments regarding outcomes students are preparing for, and how successful have they been All of our students are employed with in a few months of graduating our program. Our graduates are hired into industry and also in to academia.

Certificate programs

Program specifics: Certificate
Is the program offered online? No
Number of certificates awarded by the department in the past year 12
Special requirements or purposes of the program Applicants must have a BS degree and have taken STAT 511, Descriptive statistics; elementary probability; sampling distributions; inference, testing hypotheses, and estimation; normal, binomial, Poisson, hypergeometric distributions; one-way analysis of variance; contingency tables; regression, and STAT 512, Inference in simple and multiple linear regression, residual analysis, transformations, polynomial regression, model building with real data, nonlinear regression. One-way and two-way analysis of variance, multiple comparisons, fixed and random factors, analysis of covariance.
Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Additional information The Department of Statistics offers a Graduate Certificate in Applied Statistics. It is intended for students who already have a bachelor's degree in some field and who are not enrolled in the Statistics M.S. or Ph.D. program. (Certificate students are often enrolled in a graduate program other than Statistics.) This four-course program provides and documents formal expertise in statistics at the graduate level beyond introductory regression courses. Furthermore, the four courses can be used as part of an MS program in Statistics.
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

Enrollments
Full-time 0
Full-time women 0
First year 0
First year women 0
Part-time 16
Additional details regarding enrollments and characteristics of the students This is a part time program. Most of our certificate students are full time students in another department.
Student support in the Certificate program
Do they offer financial support? No
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $
Comments regarding outcomes students are preparing for, and how successful have they been The certificate program provides advanced statistical knowledge for graduates in their major field of study.

Institution overview

Program(s) offered Masters · Certificate
Institution Saint Mary's College
Department Dept of Mathematics and Computer Science
Location Notre Dame, Indiana United States of America
Contact information
For more information, please contact Bogdan Vajiac, Data Science Program Director, bvajiac@saintmarys.edu For information on How to Apply, please contact Melissa Fruscione, mfruscione@saintmarys.edu
URL for prospective students https://grad.saintmarys.edu/admission-aid/apply
Faculty
Number of full-time faculty department members 10
Total women 5
Total tenured faculty 6
Total tenured women 4
Tenured faculty who published in the last 3 years 4
Total postdocs 0
Last updated Sep 21 2020 11:04AM

Bridge/Postbaccalaureate

Program specifics: Bridge/Postbaccalaureate
Is the program offered online?
Number of degrees awarded by the department in the past year 0
Special requirements or purposes of the program
Admissions
GRE requirement
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

Enrollments
Full-time 0
Full-time women 0
First year
First year women
Part-time 0
Student support in the Bridge/Postbaccalaureate program
Do they offer financial support?
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $0

Masters programs

Program specifics: Masters
Is the program offered online? Yes
Number of Masters awarded by the department in the past year 2
Special requirements or purposes of the program

The program is fully online. It has a practicum component and we offer an immersion opportunity in the summer.

Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a Masters Degree in Data Science
Enrollments
Full-time 12
Full-time women 7
First year 8
First year women 3
Part-time 2
Student support in the Masters program
Do they offer financial support? Yes
Number of full-time students receiving support 2
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $29700
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $2000
Comments regarding financial support Scholarships are awarded on a semester basis and graduate assistantships provide free housing for students who work about 10 hours per week.
Comments regarding outcomes students are preparing for, and how successful have they been We prepare professionals for the challenging and constant changing field of data science.

PhD programs

Program specifics: PhD
Is the program offered online?
Number of PhDs awarded by the department in the past year 0
Special requirements or purposes of the program

Admissions
GRE requirement
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a PhD in
Enrollments
Full-time 0
Full-time women 0
First year 0
First year women 0
Part-time 0
Student support in the PhD program
Do they offer financial support?
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $0

Certificate programs

Program specifics: Certificate
Is the program offered online? Yes
Number of certificates awarded by the department in the past year 0
Special requirements or purposes of the program Beginning Fall 2021, we will offer a 12 month, 12-credit certificate in Data Science.
Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Additional information We offer a Data Storytelling Certificate, which has flexibility in the coursework and can be used as a stepping stone to graduate programs. Students take a programming course in Python, Data Visualization, Databases or Applied Statistics, and a specialized communication course.
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

4 courses required, 1 in the Fall, 2 in the Spring and 1 in the Summer. The students have the choice between statistics/ data management and technical writing/ communication courses.

Enrollments
Full-time 0
Full-time women 0
First year 0
First year women 0
Part-time 0
Additional details regarding enrollments and characteristics of the students The program will start in the Fall 2021.
Student support in the Certificate program
Do they offer financial support? No
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $9900
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $
Comments regarding financial support There is no financial support for certificates

Institution overview

Program(s) offered Masters · Doctoral · Certificate
Institution South Dakota State University
Department Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Location Brookings, South Dakota United States of America
Contact information
Dr. Donald Vestal Donald.Vestal@sdstate.edu Graduate Program Coordinator
URL for prospective students https://www.sdstate.edu/admissions/apply-now
Faculty
Number of full-time faculty department members 35
Total women 13
Total tenured faculty 18
Total tenured women 3
Tenured faculty who published in the last 3 years 13
Total postdocs 0
Last updated Sep 15 2020 02:23PM

Bridge/Postbaccalaureate

Program specifics: Bridge/Postbaccalaureate
Is the program offered online?
Number of degrees awarded by the department in the past year 0
Special requirements or purposes of the program
Admissions
GRE requirement
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

Enrollments
Full-time 0
Full-time women 0
First year
First year women
Part-time 0
Student support in the Bridge/Postbaccalaureate program
Do they offer financial support?
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $0

Masters programs

Program specifics: Masters
Is the program offered online? Yes, partially
Number of Masters awarded by the department in the past year 35
Special requirements or purposes of the program

Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a Masters Degree in Mathematics · Statistics · Data Science
Enrollments
Full-time 71
Full-time women 19
First year 32
First year women 12
Part-time 13
Student support in the Masters program
Do they offer financial support? Yes
Number of full-time students receiving support 39
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $7000
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $17000
Comments regarding financial support Twenty service hours per week is the norm. Duties include research, grading, tutoring, proctoring, and consulting.

PhD programs

Program specifics: PhD
Is the program offered online? No
Number of PhDs awarded by the department in the past year 1
Special requirements or purposes of the program

Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a PhD in Biostatistics/Statistics · Applied Mathematics · Numerical Analysis/Approximations · Data Science
Enrollments
Full-time 15
Full-time women 5
First year 2
First year women 0
Part-time 0
Student support in the PhD program
Do they offer financial support? Yes
Number of full-time students receiving support 13
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $7000
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $20000
Comments regarding financial support Twenty service hours per week is the norm. Duties include research, grading, tutoring, proctoring, and consulting.

Certificate programs

Program specifics: Certificate
Is the program offered online? Yes
Number of certificates awarded by the department in the past year 5
Special requirements or purposes of the program The Data Science Certificate is designed to provide professional development to working professionals, or supplement the skills of graduate students studying in other fields.
Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

Enrollments
Full-time 0
Full-time women 0
First year 0
First year women 0
Part-time 12
Student support in the Certificate program
Do they offer financial support? No
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $
Comments regarding financial support Support is not available to students in the Data Science Certificate program.

Institution overview

Program(s) offered Masters · Doctoral · Certificate
Institution Stony Brook University
Department Applied Mathematics and Statistics
Location Stony Brook, New York United States of America
Contact information
Please contact Christine.Rota@stonybrook.edu or Graduate Program Directors (Hongshik.Ahn@stonybrook.edu (for PhD), Wei.Zhu@stonybrook.edu (for MS)), or Chair (Joseph.Mitchell@stonybrook.edu).
URL for prospective students https://grad.stonybrook.edu/admissions/
Faculty
Number of full-time faculty department members 31
Total women 5
Total tenured faculty 25
Total tenured women 3
Tenured faculty who published in the last 3 years 25
Total postdocs 3
Last updated Oct 22 2020 09:59AM

Bridge/Postbaccalaureate

Program specifics: Bridge/Postbaccalaureate
Is the program offered online?
Number of degrees awarded by the department in the past year 0
Special requirements or purposes of the program
Admissions
GRE requirement
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

Enrollments
Full-time 0
Full-time women 0
First year
First year women
Part-time 0
Student support in the Bridge/Postbaccalaureate program
Do they offer financial support?
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $0

Masters programs

Program specifics: Masters
Is the program offered online? No
Number of Masters awarded by the department in the past year 50
Special requirements or purposes of the program

Please see Department website.

Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Additional information Applicants should have a strong background in calculus and undergraduate linear algebra, and, ideally, also elementary differential equations and probability.
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a Masters Degree in Applied Mathematics · Statistics · Operations Research · Other · Concentrations also in Quantitative Finance and in Computational Biology.
Enrollments
Full-time 112
Full-time women 36
First year 82
First year women 25
Part-time 17
Student support in the Masters program
Do they offer financial support? No
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $0

PhD programs

Program specifics: PhD
Is the program offered online? No
Number of PhDs awarded by the department in the past year 22
Special requirements or purposes of the program

Please see Department website.

Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Additional information Applicants should have a very strong background in undergraduate mathematics, including analysis, linear algebra, and probability. Strong computing skills are important.
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a PhD in Biostatistics/Statistics · Applied Mathematics · Other · Operations Research, Quantitative Finance, Computational Biology
Enrollments
Full-time 130
Full-time women 43
First year 18
First year women 6
Part-time 8
Student support in the PhD program
Do they offer financial support? Yes
Number of full-time students receiving support 93
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $0
Comments regarding financial support In addition to the 93 receiving support, 30 students are partially supported via a tuition waiver. For first year students only 6 are receiving support in this exceptional year (COVID restricting travel and visa for international students); in addition to the 6, 16 students are receiving tuition waiver (but are ineligible to receive TA support, as they are abroad). TA and RA employment is based on 20 hours per week of effort. Tuition and fees paid by a full-time student: 12 credits international $13,641.70 per semester; 9 credits international $10,629.67 per semester; 12 credits NYS resident $8,573.50 per semester; 9 credits NYS resident $7,028.47 per semester. Typical stipends: minimum stipend for TA is $10,000 per semester. RA support is generally higher and depends on the project budgets that support PhD students.

Certificate programs

Program specifics: Certificate
Is the program offered online? No
Number of certificates awarded by the department in the past year 12
Special requirements or purposes of the program
Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

(1) The Advanced Graduate Certificate in Operations Research provides students with the fundamental applied mathematics tools for developing protocols for the efficient management of private companies, government agencies and non-profit organizations. In today's global marketplace, organizations need to be efficient to survive. The Operations Research program will provide formal training in methods of optimization, modeling and statistics used in operations research. The objective of this program is to help individuals assist organizations to make efficient use of their resources so as to maximize efficiency and minimize net cost. Graduates of this program may be able to advance in management and organizational planning positions within their current employment or obtain new employment. It is recommended that applicants to the program hold a bachelor's degree in mathematics, engineering or computer science. See https://www.stonybrook.edu/commcms/spd/graduate/operations.php (2) Quantitative Finance: see https://www.stonybrook.edu/commcms/ams/graduate/qf/index.php (3) The Institute for Advanced Computational Science houses an Advanced Graduate Certificate in Data and Computational Science, available to both PhD and MS/MA students in the following departments: Applied Mathematics and Statistics, Computer Science, Economics, Materials Science and Chemical Engineering, Linguistics, Sociology, SOMAS, Tech & Society, Physics and Astronomy, Neurobiology and Behavior, Pharmacology, and Psychology. Below are some of the certificate details. Only matriculated SBU graduate students in these departments are eligible to participate in the certificate program. See https://iacs.stonybrook.edu/opportunities/certificates/cdcs

Enrollments
Full-time 24
Full-time women 13
First year 11
First year women 6
Part-time 2
Student support in the Certificate program
Do they offer financial support? No
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $

Institution overview

Program(s) offered Masters · Doctoral · Certificate
Institution Temple University
Department Department of Mathematics
Location Philadelphia, Pennsylvania United States of America
Contact information
grad.math@temple.edu
URL for prospective students https://cst.temple.edu/academics/graduate-programs/apply-now
Faculty
Number of full-time faculty department members 54
Total women 17
Total tenured faculty 21
Total tenured women 2
Tenured faculty who published in the last 3 years 21
Total postdocs 6
Last updated Dec 9 2020 11:24AM

Bridge/Postbaccalaureate

Program specifics: Bridge/Postbaccalaureate
Is the program offered online?
Number of degrees awarded by the department in the past year 0
Special requirements or purposes of the program
Admissions
GRE requirement
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

Enrollments
Full-time 0
Full-time women 0
First year
First year women
Part-time 0
Student support in the Bridge/Postbaccalaureate program
Do they offer financial support?
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $0

Masters programs

Program specifics: Masters
Is the program offered online? No
Number of Masters awarded by the department in the past year 3
Special requirements or purposes of the program

Students can earn their MS by either passing qualifying exams in three fundamental subject areas or writing and defending a Masters Thesis.

Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Additional information For full consideration, applications should be received by February 15. Applications received after this date will be considered on a case-by-case rolling basis. All applicants must hold a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university.
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a Masters Degree in Mathematics · Applied Mathematics · Other · Professional Science Masters in High-Performance Computing for Scientific Applications.
Enrollments
Full-time 3
Full-time women 0
First year 1
First year women 0
Part-time 0
Student support in the Masters program
Do they offer financial support? No
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $45420
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $0
Comments regarding financial support This is a 30 credit program. MS students either pay full tuition (in or out of state, depending on their residency status), or their tuition is payed by the companies they work for. PA resident: $1,159 per credit with $34,770 for the 30 credit program. Out-of-state / foreign national: $1,514 per credit for a total of $45,420 for 30 credits.

PhD programs

Program specifics: PhD
Is the program offered online? No
Number of PhDs awarded by the department in the past year 4
Special requirements or purposes of the program

Students are required to take at least sixteen graduate courses, and six additional credit hours of research. Students are further required to pass the Ph.D. Comprehensive Examination, the Ph.D. Preliminary Examination, and write and successfully defend a research dissertation.

Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Additional information For full consideration, applications should be received by January 8. Applications received after this date will be considered on a case-by-case rolling basis. International students are recommended to apply by January 1. A master's degree is not required.
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a PhD in Algebra/Number Theory · Real, Complex, Functional, Harmonic Analysis (and Topological Groups) · Geometry/Topology · Probability · Applied Mathematics · Numerical Analysis/Approximations · Differential, Integral, Difference Equations
Enrollments
Full-time 32
Full-time women 13
First year 6
First year women 2
Part-time 0
Additional details regarding enrollments and characteristics of the students Roughly half of the PhD students are international.
Student support in the PhD program
Do they offer financial support? Yes
Number of full-time students receiving support 31
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $27042
Comments regarding financial support Most PhD students are supported by Teaching Assistantships. Some of the senior students are supported by faculty research grants and a few are supported by the University Fellowships.
Comments regarding outcomes students are preparing for, and how successful have they been All of our graduates have been successful in finding jobs after graduation in both academia, government and industry. See https://www.math.temple.edu/grad/current/recent/ for information on our graduates.

Certificate programs

Program specifics: Certificate
Is the program offered online? No
Number of certificates awarded by the department in the past year 0
Special requirements or purposes of the program This 12-credit certificate program is designed to equip teachers with knowledge beyond basic mathematical principles and logic to enhance student comprehension and engagement in middle and high school classrooms.
Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Additional information Gain a broader understanding of mathematics and expand your ability to support student learning at the secondary level with Temple University?s Graduate Certificate in Mathematics for Teaching in the College of Science and Technology.
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

The program?s curriculum aligns with the Mathematical Practice Standards presented in the Common Core State Standards, and coursework explores how to implement these standards in the classroom.

Enrollments
Full-time 0
Full-time women 0
First year 0
First year women 0
Part-time 0
Additional details regarding enrollments and characteristics of the students This is a new program.
Student support in the Certificate program
Do they offer financial support? No
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $18168
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $
Comments regarding financial support This is a 12 credit program. Pennsylvania residents pay $1,159.00 per credit for a total of $13,908. Out-of-state residents pay $1,514.00 per credit for a total of $18,168
Comments regarding outcomes students are preparing for, and how successful have they been Graduates of the Mathematics for Teaching Certificate are prepared to continue their careers as professional educators. Armed with a greater understanding of mathematics theory and pedagogy, teachers who earn this certificate are better equipped to instruct mathematics at the secondary level.

Institution overview

Program(s) offered Masters · Doctoral · Certificate
Institution Texas A&M University
Department Dept of Statistics
Location College Station, Texas United States of America
Contact information
Andrea Dawson andrea@stat.tamu.edu 979-845-8886
URL for prospective students https://texasam2021.liaisoncas.com/applicant-ux/#/login
Faculty
Number of full-time faculty department members 40
Total women 14
Total tenured faculty 21
Total tenured women 4
Tenured faculty who published in the last 3 years 21
Total postdocs 7
Last updated Sep 23 2020 12:02PM

Bridge/Postbaccalaureate

Program specifics: Bridge/Postbaccalaureate
Is the program offered online?
Number of degrees awarded by the department in the past year 0
Special requirements or purposes of the program
Admissions
GRE requirement
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

Enrollments
Full-time 0
Full-time women 0
First year
First year women
Part-time 0
Student support in the Bridge/Postbaccalaureate program
Do they offer financial support?
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $0

Masters programs

Program specifics: Masters
Is the program offered online? Yes
Number of Masters awarded by the department in the past year 92
Special requirements or purposes of the program

Admissions
GRE requirement General
Additional information The GRE Exam will be waived for students applying for the Fall 2021 semester.
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a Masters Degree in Statistics · Biostatistics · Data Science
Enrollments
Full-time 32
Full-time women 10
First year 13
First year women 2
Part-time 0
Student support in the Masters program
Do they offer financial support? No
Number of full-time students receiving support 3
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $0
Comments regarding outcomes students are preparing for, and how successful have they been Academia Government Medical Research Centers Industry

PhD programs

Program specifics: PhD
Is the program offered online? No
Number of PhDs awarded by the department in the past year 5
Special requirements or purposes of the program

Program is delivered face-to-face.

Admissions
GRE requirement General
Additional information The GRE exam will be waived for students applying for the Fall 2021 semester
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a PhD in Biostatistics/Statistics · Data Science · Please see the department website for more information regarding the Ph.D. Program: https://www.stat.tamu.edu/phd-statistics/
Enrollments
Full-time 62
Full-time women 15
First year 9
First year women 0
Part-time 1
Student support in the PhD program
Do they offer financial support? Yes
Number of full-time students receiving support 63
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $0
Comments regarding financial support Salary is paid monthly for nine months at $2,444.44 per month; Amount of tuition and fees paid by student varies per person.
Comments regarding outcomes students are preparing for, and how successful have they been Academia Government Medical Research Centers Industry

Certificate programs

Program specifics: Certificate
Is the program offered online? Yes
Number of certificates awarded by the department in the past year 0
Special requirements or purposes of the program Please see the distance website for information and requirements - https://online.stat.tamu.edu/
Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Additional information Please see the distance website for information and requirements - https://online.stat.tamu.edu/
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

Enrollments
Full-time 0
Full-time women 0
First year 0
First year women 0
Part-time 0
Student support in the Certificate program
Do they offer financial support?
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $

Institution overview

Program(s) offered Masters · Doctoral · Certificate
Institution Tufts University
Department Department of Mathematics
Location Medford, Massachusetts United States of America
Contact information
For general information about the application process please reach out to gradadmissions@tufts.edu
URL for prospective students https://gradase.admissions.tufts.edu/apply/
Faculty
Number of full-time faculty department members 23
Total women 6
Total tenured faculty 18
Total tenured women 5
Tenured faculty who published in the last 3 years 16
Total postdocs 4
Last updated Sep 21 2020 01:41PM

Bridge/Postbaccalaureate

Program specifics: Bridge/Postbaccalaureate
Is the program offered online?
Number of degrees awarded by the department in the past year 0
Special requirements or purposes of the program
Admissions
GRE requirement
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

Enrollments
Full-time 0
Full-time women 0
First year
First year women
Part-time 0
Student support in the Bridge/Postbaccalaureate program
Do they offer financial support?
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $0

Masters programs

Program specifics: Masters
Is the program offered online? No
Number of Masters awarded by the department in the past year 6
Special requirements or purposes of the program

The Master of Science in Mathematics provides the student with core graduate coursework in mathematics. Masters students can choose courses to design a program of study that suits their future academic or professional goals. The requirements also allow a Masters student to take at least two approved courses outside the department in related fields in order to tailor the degree to their interests. A student has the option to graduate with a Master of Science with a concentration in a specific area. The coursework prepares the student for employment in a mathematics profession either in academia, in government, in business and industry, or to pursue further graduate education. A student can either take at least 9 courses or take at least 7 courses and write a thesis to complete the degree. Under both options, a student must accumulate at least 30 credit hours. If the 9 (or 7) courses do not add up to 30 credits, the student may take any Math or mathematically-significant related fields course above 100 toward the degree to reach the credit limit.

Admissions
GRE requirement General
Additional information Due to the current pandemic, we are waiving the GRE requirement for this admissions cycle.
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a Masters Degree in Other · Students may design their own concentration, which will appear as text on their transcript.
Enrollments
Full-time 17
Full-time women 5
First year 14
First year women 5
Part-time 3
Student support in the Masters program
Do they offer financial support? Yes
Number of full-time students receiving support 17
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $0
Comments regarding financial support Students are typically given a partial tuition waiver. This depends on need and university resources. Tuition varies each year.
Comments regarding outcomes students are preparing for, and how successful have they been Most students enter careers in industry or apply to PhD programs.

PhD programs

Program specifics: PhD
Is the program offered online? No
Number of PhDs awarded by the department in the past year 4
Special requirements or purposes of the program

See department website for details: https://math.tufts.edu

Admissions
GRE requirement General
Additional information Due to the current pandemic, we are waiving the GRE requirement for this admissions cycle.
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a PhD in Algebra/Number Theory · Real, Complex, Functional, Harmonic Analysis (and Topological Groups) · Geometry/Topology · Probability · Applied Mathematics · Numerical Analysis/Approximations · Linear, Non-linear Optimization/Control · Differential, Integral, Difference Equations · Data Science
Enrollments
Full-time 30
Full-time women 5
First year 7
First year women 1
Part-time 1
Student support in the PhD program
Do they offer financial support? Yes
Number of full-time students receiving support 26
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $24776
Comments regarding financial support Funded students are typically given a Teaching Assistantship.
Comments regarding outcomes students are preparing for, and how successful have they been Postdoctoral positions in research and/or teaching and some careers in industry.

Certificate programs

Program specifics: Certificate
Is the program offered online? No
Number of certificates awarded by the department in the past year 0
Special requirements or purposes of the program The Post-Baccalaureate certificate program is intended for students with a bachelor's degree (in any field) who would like to expand or deepen their mathematical skills for use in the workplace or in preparation for graduate programs in mathematics. The program is flexible and can accommodate students with a wide range of backgrounds and goals. Students are expected to have strong skills in (high-school level) algebra and to have taken a full year of calculus before entering the program. Post-Baccalaureate courses numbered above 100 are transferable into the Tufts MS program upon acceptance to that program.
Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Additional information The Post-Baccalaureate certificate program is intended for students with a bachelor's degree (in any field) who would like to expand or deepen their mathematical skills for use in the workplace or in preparation for graduate programs in mathematics. The program is flexible and can accommodate students with a wide range of backgrounds and goals. Students are expected to have strong skills in (high-school level) algebra and to have taken a full year of calculus before entering the program. Post-Baccalaureate courses numbered above 100 are transferable into the Tufts MS program upon acceptance to that program.
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

4 courses in total are required. Two courses from the following: Math 65 Bridge to Higher Mathematics, Math 70 Linear Algebra, or Math 87 Mathematical Modeling and Computation. Any two math courses numbered above 120. Courses can not be transferred in. If a student has already taken an equivalent course, they must substitute it with an additional course above 120. Students considering continuing on to a Masters Program should consider taking Math 135 Real Analysis.

Enrollments
Full-time 0
Full-time women 0
First year 0
First year women 0
Part-time 3
Student support in the Certificate program
Do they offer financial support? No
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $
Comments regarding financial support There is no financial support. Tuition is currently $998/credit.
Comments regarding outcomes students are preparing for, and how successful have they been No data yet.

Institution overview

Program(s) offered Masters · Doctoral · Certificate
Institution University of Calgary
Department Mathematics and Statistics
Location Calgary, Alberta Canada
Contact information
Science Undergraduate Program Advising: science.advising@ucalgary.ca MSc and PhD programs: sci.grad@ucalgary.ca Professional Certificate, Diploma, and Master programs: prograd.science@ucalgary.ca
URL for prospective students https://science.ucalgary.ca/mathematics-statistics
Faculty
Number of full-time faculty department members 59
Total women 11
Total tenured faculty 44
Total tenured women 7
Tenured faculty who published in the last 3 years 35
Total postdocs 10
Last updated Sep 23 2020 10:03AM

Bridge/Postbaccalaureate

Program specifics: Bridge/Postbaccalaureate
Is the program offered online?
Number of degrees awarded by the department in the past year 0
Special requirements or purposes of the program
Admissions
GRE requirement
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

Enrollments
Full-time 0
Full-time women 0
First year
First year women
Part-time 0
Student support in the Bridge/Postbaccalaureate program
Do they offer financial support?
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $0

Masters programs

Program specifics: Masters
Is the program offered online? Yes, partially
Number of Masters awarded by the department in the past year 26
Special requirements or purposes of the program

Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Additional information If your first language is not English, you may fulfill the language proficiency requirement in one of the following ways: -TOEFL 86 with no section less than 20/560 -IELTS 6.5 with no section less than 6.0 -PTE 59 -CAEL 70 with no section less than 60 -ACC B+ in each course
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a Masters Degree in Mathematics · Actuarial Science · Statistics · Biostatistics · Masters specializations: Mathematics, Statistics, Biostatistics, Actuarial Science, Mathematical Finance.
Enrollments
Full-time 58
Full-time women 26
First year 25
First year women 10
Part-time 0
Student support in the Masters program
Do they offer financial support? Yes
Number of full-time students receiving support 29
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $8081
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $24288
Comments regarding financial support Typical number of teaching hours of a funded graduate is around 500 hours per year. Possible additional support could be from supervisor's grant, university, provincial and national scholarships.

PhD programs

Program specifics: PhD
Is the program offered online? Yes, partially
Number of PhDs awarded by the department in the past year 3
Special requirements or purposes of the program

Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Additional information If your first language is not English, you may fulfill the language proficiency requirement in one of the following ways: -TOEFL 86 with no section less than 20/560 -IELTS 6.5 with no section less than 6.0 -PTE 59 -CAEL 70 with no section less than 60 -ACC B+ in each course
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a PhD in Algebra/Number Theory · Real, Complex, Functional, Harmonic Analysis (and Topological Groups) · Geometry/Topology · Discrete Math/Combinatorics/Logic/Computer Science · Probability · Biostatistics/Statistics · Applied Mathematics · Numerical Analysis/Approximations · Linear, Non-linear Optimization/Control · Differential, Integral, Difference Equations · Mathematical Finance
Enrollments
Full-time 47
Full-time women 18
First year 12
First year women 3
Part-time 0
Student support in the PhD program
Do they offer financial support? Yes
Number of full-time students receiving support 37
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $8081
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $24288
Comments regarding financial support Typical number of teaching hours of a funded graduate is around 500 hours per year. Possible additional support could be from supervisor's grant, university, provincial and national scholarships.

Certificate programs

Program specifics: Certificate
Is the program offered online? Yes, partially
Number of certificates awarded by the department in the past year 47
Special requirements or purposes of the program The demand for professionals trained with deep data and analytical skills is disrupting the job market. There is an incredible need for data scientists and business analysts to make sense of the large amounts of data that are collected, to uncover hidden solutions to messy business problems and to present useful insights to business leaders. With the Certificate in Fundamental Data Science and Analytics, you gain the necessary knowledge base and useful skills to manage large data sets and present real-world data analytics challenges with the use of statistical modelling and data visualization tools.
Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Additional information The Certificate in Fundamental Data Science and Analytics will count for credit toward the Diploma in Data Science and Analytics, where you may choose to specialize in business analytics, data science or health data science and biostatistics. The diploma program is for students who have completed the certificate and will add 4 courses of specialized study.
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

Enrollments
Full-time 59
Full-time women 11
First year 56
First year women 9
Part-time 17
Student support in the Certificate program
Do they offer financial support? No
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $12000
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $
Comments regarding financial support No financial support provided.

Institution overview

Program(s) offered Masters · Doctoral · Certificate
Institution University of Central Florida
Department Department of Mathematics
Location Orlando, Florida United States of America
Contact information
Qiyu Sun 4393 Andromeda Loop N Department of Mathematics University of Central Florida Orlando, FL 32816 Phone: 407-823-4839 Fax: 407-823-6253 Email: qiyu.sun@ucf.edu Web: http://sciences.ucf.edu/math
URL for prospective students https://graduate.ucf.edu/students/
Faculty
Number of full-time faculty department members 59
Total women 12
Total tenured faculty 32
Total tenured women 4
Tenured faculty who published in the last 3 years 31
Total postdocs 2
Last updated Sep 18 2020 10:40AM

Bridge/Postbaccalaureate

Program specifics: Bridge/Postbaccalaureate
Is the program offered online?
Number of degrees awarded by the department in the past year 0
Special requirements or purposes of the program
Admissions
GRE requirement
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

Enrollments
Full-time 0
Full-time women 0
First year
First year women
Part-time 0
Student support in the Bridge/Postbaccalaureate program
Do they offer financial support?
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $0

Masters programs

Program specifics: Masters
Is the program offered online? Yes, partially
Number of Masters awarded by the department in the past year 6
Special requirements or purposes of the program

There two options: thesis (30 CH), non-thesis (36 CH), and non-thesis on financial mathematics (30 CH)

Admissions
GRE requirement General
Additional information Students entering the Master program with regular status are assumed to master undergraduate calculus, differential equations, linear algebra and matrix theory, and maturity in the language of advanced calculus (at the level of MAA 4226). For admission to the university, students must have obtained the equivalent of a baccalaureate or higher degree, prior to the start of the term for which the student is admitted. The standard university criterion applies for the admission of the Math graduate program. The university criteria are either: (1) at least the equivalent of a 3.0 (out of 4.0) grade point average (GPA) for the last 60 attempted semester hours of credit earned toward the baccalaureate; or (2) a prior graduate degree from an accredited institution. The program admits students with a baccalaureate degree not major in Mathematics.
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a Masters Degree in Mathematics · Applied Mathematics · Data Science · Other · Financial mathematics MS track, Industrial Mathematics track
Enrollments
Full-time 6
Full-time women 1
First year 5
First year women 0
Part-time 8
Student support in the Masters program
Do they offer financial support? Varies by program
Number of full-time students receiving support 4
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $15000
Comments regarding financial support Some full-time students, most of time, 2 per year, will be received financial support, including stipend, tuition waiver and health insurance coverage. Fee is not included. GTA position offered for master students are usually working as teaching assistant or grader.
Comments regarding outcomes students are preparing for, and how successful have they been The program has un-named track, industrial track and financial math track. Most of students find their career in industry, and some of them find their job in government agency or teaching in community college or high school.

PhD programs

Program specifics: PhD
Is the program offered online? No
Number of PhDs awarded by the department in the past year 4
Special requirements or purposes of the program

First year, all students take the core courses on which qualifying exams are based. Students are expected to pass the qualifying exams within the first two years and pass the candidacy exams in 3.5 years.

Admissions
GRE requirement General
Additional information Students entering the PhD and Master program with regular status are assumed to master undergraduate calculus, differential equations, linear algebra and matrix theory, and maturity in the language of advanced calculus (at the level of MAA 4226). The program admits students with a baccalaureate degree not major in Mathematics. For admission to the university, students must have obtained the equivalent of a baccalaureate or higher degree, prior to the start of the term for which the student is admitted. The standard university criterion applies for the admission of the Math graduate program. The university criteria are either: (1) at least the equivalent of a 3.0 (out of 4.0) grade point average (GPA) for the last 60 attempted semester hours of credit earned toward the baccalaureate; or (2) a prior graduate degree from an accredited institution. International students are required to submit a score on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or IELTS before they can be admitted to the university. A computer-based TOEFL score of 80 on the internet-based TOEFL or 6.5 on the IELTS is required unless otherwise specified by the program. The exemption for the above language requirement are given to some students, please visit the college of graduate studies for the detailed information. At least three reference letters are required for the application.
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a PhD in Algebra/Number Theory · Real, Complex, Functional, Harmonic Analysis (and Topological Groups) · Geometry/Topology · Discrete Math/Combinatorics/Logic/Computer Science · Probability · Biostatistics/Statistics · Applied Mathematics · Numerical Analysis/Approximations · Linear, Non-linear Optimization/Control · Differential, Integral, Difference Equations · Data Science · Financial mathematics track
Enrollments
Full-time 50
Full-time women 20
First year 18
First year women 4
Part-time 6
Additional details regarding enrollments and characteristics of the students About half of our students are domestic.
Student support in the PhD program
Do they offer financial support? Yes
Number of full-time students receiving support 50
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $3336
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $17000
Comments regarding financial support All PhD students will be financially supported by graduate teaching assistantship or the university fellowship, with additional tuition waiver and health insurance coverage, except that some students are funded by their government agency. Typical duty are teaching assistant or grader during the first two years, and teaching associate from the third year to teach independent courses. In last few years, more than half of PhD students received the additional summer support as a graduate teaching assistant or graduate research assistant. The program provide financial support for 5 to 7 years, as the students have good academic and professional performance..
Comments regarding outcomes students are preparing for, and how successful have they been Our students find postdoc positions (more than 1/3 in last few years), go to tenure track positions, or take teaching jobs (as instructors), find employment in industries or government agencies.

Certificate programs

Program specifics: Certificate
Is the program offered online? Yes
Number of certificates awarded by the department in the past year 1
Special requirements or purposes of the program Calculus, ODE, and Matrix and Linear Algebra
Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Additional information Almost all courses in the certificate programs can be taken as online courses since they are delivered using Panopto system (which offers both face-to-face and online (recorded) access).
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

Enrollments
Full-time 3
Full-time women 2
First year 3
First year women 2
Part-time 9
Student support in the Certificate program
Do they offer financial support? No
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $3336
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $
Comments regarding financial support typical duty for the first year students are teaching assistant (conducting recitation hours) or a grader. Some of first year student received university fellowship and their working hours will be reduced. The student can receive the full financial support during their doctoral years, as their academic and professional performance are at or above expectation. No support provided for students in the math certificate program.
Comments regarding outcomes students are preparing for, and how successful have they been Most of certificate students teach in the high school after receiving the certificate. The program just add two tracks, financial mathematics and mathematical modelling. The program expects that students with certificate of those two tracks will find job in industry.

Institution overview

Program(s) offered Masters · Certificate
Institution University of Dayton
Department Department of Mathematics
Location Dayton, Ohio United States of America
Contact information
Dr. Youssef Raffoul Director of Graduate Programs
URL for prospective students https://udayton.edu/apply/graduate/index.php
Faculty
Number of full-time faculty department members 28
Total women 9
Total tenured faculty 17
Total tenured women 7
Tenured faculty who published in the last 3 years 12
Total postdocs 3
Last updated Sep 23 2020 12:18PM

Bridge/Postbaccalaureate

Program specifics: Bridge/Postbaccalaureate
Is the program offered online?
Number of degrees awarded by the department in the past year 0
Special requirements or purposes of the program
Admissions
GRE requirement
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

Enrollments
Full-time 0
Full-time women 0
First year
First year women
Part-time 0
Student support in the Bridge/Postbaccalaureate program
Do they offer financial support?
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $0

Masters programs

Program specifics: Masters
Is the program offered online? No
Number of Masters awarded by the department in the past year 7
Special requirements or purposes of the program

Master Clinic is a required research components of both masters.

Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Additional information Background in Mathematics or related areas
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a Masters Degree in Applied Mathematics · Statistics · Master of Science in Applied Mathematics (MAS) Master of Financial Mathematics (FIM)Certificate in Computational Finance (CFN)Certificate in Statisti
Enrollments
Full-time 23
Full-time women 6
First year 4
First year women 1
Part-time 3
Student support in the Masters program
Do they offer financial support? Yes
Number of full-time students receiving support 6
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $1750
Comments regarding financial support We have 6 GA that pay full tuitions and a monthly stipend of 1750. We provide free healthcare for our GAs
Comments regarding outcomes students are preparing for, and how successful have they been Some go on to earn PhDs in their respective fields of studies and some find jobs in government and industries.

PhD programs

Program specifics: PhD
Is the program offered online?
Number of PhDs awarded by the department in the past year 0
Special requirements or purposes of the program

Admissions
GRE requirement
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a PhD in
Enrollments
Full-time 0
Full-time women 0
First year 0
First year women 0
Part-time 0
Student support in the PhD program
Do they offer financial support?
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $0

Certificate programs

Program specifics: Certificate
Is the program offered online? No
Number of certificates awarded by the department in the past year 1
Special requirements or purposes of the program enhance the students careers. it requires 15 credit hours.
Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Additional information 15 credits hours at the graduate level are required.
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

http://catalog.udayton.edu/graduate/collegeofartsandsciences/programsofstudy/mathematics/#MAS

Enrollments
Full-time 2
Full-time women 0
First year 0
First year women 0
Part-time 0
Student support in the Certificate program
Do they offer financial support? No
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $
Comments regarding financial support Not Applicable
Comments regarding outcomes students are preparing for, and how successful have they been Careers in Industries

Institution overview

Program(s) offered Masters · Doctoral · Certificate
Institution University of Illinois at Chicago
Department Math, Stat & Comp Sci Dept
Location Chicago, Illinois United States of America
Contact information
Julius Ross Director of Graduate Studies Maureen Madden Associate Director of Graduate Studies dgs-mscs@uic.edu
URL for prospective students https://applygrad.uic.edu/portal/programs
Faculty
Number of full-time faculty department members 47
Total women 9
Total tenured faculty 40
Total tenured women 9
Tenured faculty who published in the last 3 years 45
Total postdocs 10
Last updated Oct 13 2020 03:31PM

Bridge/Postbaccalaureate

Program specifics: Bridge/Postbaccalaureate
Is the program offered online?
Number of degrees awarded by the department in the past year 0
Special requirements or purposes of the program
Admissions
GRE requirement
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

Enrollments
Full-time 0
Full-time women 0
First year
First year women
Part-time 0
Student support in the Bridge/Postbaccalaureate program
Do they offer financial support?
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $0

Masters programs

Program specifics: Masters
Is the program offered online? No
Number of Masters awarded by the department in the past year 27
Special requirements or purposes of the program

The University of Illinois at Chicago is a Carnegie-classified Research 1 Institution and the largest institution of higher learning in Chicago. The Department has an international reputation for top level research in Algebraic Geometry, Geometry, Topology and Dynamics, Logic (including Set Theory and Model Theory), Number Theory, Analysis and Partial Differential Equations, Combinatorics, Theoretical Computer Science, Statistics and Mathematics Education. Department faculty hold many prestigious awards, including 14 Sloan Foundation Fellows, 18 NSF CAREER grant recipients, 25 Fellows of the American Mathematical Society, 2 SIAM Fellows, 6 Simons Fellows, 6 International Congress of Mathematicians invited speakers, and more.

Admissions
GRE requirement General
Additional information The general GRE is required of all degree program applicants except those applying for the MST program. While applicants are not required to take the GRE subject test in mathematics or computer science, it is highly recommended.
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a Masters Degree in Mathematics · Applied Mathematics · K-12 Teaching · Statistics · Computer Science
Enrollments
Full-time 15
Full-time women 4
First year 10
First year women 2
Part-time 6
Student support in the Masters program
Do they offer financial support? Yes
Number of full-time students receiving support 7
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $8300
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $20610
Comments regarding financial support Additional stipend for summer teaching is often available. Tuition is based on the hours of coursework taken and residency status. Most students receive financial support with teaching and research assistantships, fellowships, or Board of Trustees Tuition and Fee Waivers, receiving a full tuition and partial fees waiver with fees totaling $644.00-$900.00 per semester. Typical teaching assistant duties include grading, recitation sessions, and tutoring. Research assistants support faculty research projects. Minimum to maximum hours per week is 0-20 hours.
Comments regarding outcomes students are preparing for, and how successful have they been Our MS alums in Mathematics (applied and pure mathematics, mathematical computer science) and Statistics enter PhD programs or typically work in the pharmaceutical, financial, and technology industries. Graduates from the MS in Teaching programs enter or advance into leadership positions in elementary and secondary education.

PhD programs

Program specifics: PhD
Is the program offered online? No
Number of PhDs awarded by the department in the past year 72
Special requirements or purposes of the program

The University of Illinois at Chicago is a Carnegie-classified Research 1 Institution and the largest institution of higher learning in Chicago. The Department has an international reputation for top level research in Algebraic Geometry, Geometry, Topology and Dynamics, Logic (including Set Theory and Model Theory), Number Theory, Analysis and Partial Differential Equations, Combinatorics, Theoretical Computer Science, Statistics and Mathematics Education. Department faculty hold many prestigious awards, including 14 Sloan Foundation Fellows, 18 NSF CAREER grant recipients, 25 Fellows of the American Mathematical Society, 2 SIAM Fellows, 6 Simons Fellows, 6 International Congress of Mathematicians invited speakers, and more.

Admissions
GRE requirement General
Additional information The general GRE is required of all degree program applicants. While applicants are not required to take the GRE subject test in mathematics or computer science, it is highly recommended.
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a PhD in Algebra/Number Theory · Real, Complex, Functional, Harmonic Analysis (and Topological Groups) · Probability · Biostatistics/Statistics · Applied Mathematics · Numerical Analysis/Approximations · Differential, Integral, Difference Equations · Mathematics Education · Data Science · Logic, including model theory and set theory.
Enrollments
Full-time 134
Full-time women 35
First year 44
First year women 15
Part-time 11
Student support in the PhD program
Do they offer financial support? Yes
Number of full-time students receiving support 133
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $8300
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $20610
Comments regarding financial support Additional stipend for summer teaching is often available. Tuition is based on the hours of coursework taken and residency status. Most students receive financial support with teaching and research assistantships, fellowships, or Board of Trustees Tuition and Fee Waivers, receiving a full tuition and partial fees waiver and with fees totaling of $644.00 - $900.00 per semester. Typical teaching assistant duties include grading, recitation sessions, and tutoring. Research assistants support faculty research projects. The minimum to maximum hours per week is 0-20 hours.
Comments regarding outcomes students are preparing for, and how successful have they been Our PhDs do extremely well in the job market, in recent years our students have received several NSF postdoctoral fellowships (MIT, UC Berkeley, Penn State), as well as postdoctoral positions at Harvard, U Toronto, U Michigan, U of Bonn, Tsinghua Univ, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, UCLA, U Penn, Boston College, IMPA, and other prestigious institutions. Graduates entering industry have accepted positions at Microsoft, Google, Intel, Argonne National Labs, the US Department of Agriculture, AbbVie and start-up organizations in the finance, data analytics, and technology fields.

Certificate programs

Program specifics: Certificate
Is the program offered online? No
Number of certificates awarded by the department in the past year 3
Special requirements or purposes of the program
Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Additional information The Master of Science in Teaching Mathematics in secondary education program is for students seeking licensure and to prepare students to successfully teach mathematics at the secondary level. The program is for prospective and practicing mathematics teachers, reflecting a strong orientation towards inquiry-based pedagogies, incorporating current research and effective practices in the mathematical preparation of teachers.
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

This program is designed so that students, in particular those switching careers, can both obtain the MST degree and fulfill the requirements for an Illinois secondary school teaching license.

Enrollments
Full-time 3
Full-time women 1
First year 2
First year women 1
Part-time 0
Student support in the Certificate program
Do they offer financial support? Yes
Number of full-time students receiving support 2
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $8300
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $
Comments regarding financial support Tuition is based on the hours of coursework taken and residency status. Most students receive financial support with teaching and research assistantships or Board of Trustees Tuition and Fee Waivers, receiving a full tuition and partial fees waiver and total fees of $644 -$900 fees per semester. Typical teaching assistant duties include grading, recitation sessions, and tutoring. Research assistants support faculty research projects. The minimum to maximum hours per week is 0-20 hours.
Comments regarding outcomes students are preparing for, and how successful have they been The purpose of the MST option for certified secondary teachers is to strengthen the preparation of mathematics teachers in secondary schools. This program is designed to provide courses in mathematics education that enhance the qualification of experienced teachers.

Institution overview

Program(s) offered Masters · Doctoral · Certificate
Institution University of Kansas
Department Dept of Mathematics
Location Lawrence, Kansas United States of America
Contact information
Geng Chen, Director of Graduate Admissions gengchen@ku.edu 785-864-5292 Department of Mathematics University of Kansas 1460 Jayhawk Boulevard Lawrence, KS 66045
URL for prospective students https://gradapply.ku.edu/apply
Faculty
Number of full-time faculty department members 39
Total women 10
Total tenured faculty 30
Total tenured women 7
Tenured faculty who published in the last 3 years 29
Total postdocs 4
Last updated Sep 21 2020 10:38AM

Bridge/Postbaccalaureate

Program specifics: Bridge/Postbaccalaureate
Is the program offered online?
Number of degrees awarded by the department in the past year 0
Special requirements or purposes of the program
Admissions
GRE requirement
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

Enrollments
Full-time 0
Full-time women 0
First year
First year women
Part-time 0
Student support in the Bridge/Postbaccalaureate program
Do they offer financial support?
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $0

Masters programs

Program specifics: Masters
Is the program offered online? No
Number of Masters awarded by the department in the past year 10
Special requirements or purposes of the program

The M.A. program includes three tracks, designed to accommodate the different interests and backgrounds of our students. The course requirements differ among the three tracks. In addition to coursework, candidates must complete a research component. Many of our PhD students obtain an MA on their way to their doctorate. They have the option to do so after completing the qualifying exams.

Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Additional information The department has suspended the General GRE application requirement for Spring 2021 and Fall 2021 admission. Applicants may submit GRE scores, but it is no longer a requirement. The department does not require the Mathematics GRE. However, applicants may submit their score if they wish.
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a Masters Degree in Mathematics · Applied Mathematics · Statistics
Enrollments
Full-time 37
Full-time women 16
First year 14
First year women 7
Part-time 0
Additional details regarding enrollments and characteristics of the students Most of our graduate students enter the program as MA/PhD students. They begin as MA students and then after completing a certain number of courses and the qualifying exams, they advance to the PhD program.
Student support in the Masters program
Do they offer financial support? Yes
Number of full-time students receiving support 37
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $246
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $18704
Comments regarding financial support Graduate teaching assistants receive an academic year salary and 100% tuition waiver plus a deduction in campus fees. GTAs teach one-two sections of either college algebra, pre-calculus or calculus courses and assist in the help rooms. Depending on the course and size, they may be assigned graders. GTAs are given extensive training through the department by seminars and coordinated courses and through the university's Center for Teaching Excellence. Practically all of our full-time graduate students are supported through a mix of teaching assistantships, research assistantships, and fellowships. We also have several forms of summer support, and some of our graduate students have had internships outside academia. In addition, we strongly encourage and financially support the participation of our students in summer workshops and the presentation of their research articles at professional meetings.
Comments regarding outcomes students are preparing for, and how successful have they been Our Masters students have gone on to take jobs in actuarial science, banking/finance, computer science, education, and medical fields. Some have gone on to other graduate programs or entrepreneurial endeavors.

PhD programs

Program specifics: PhD
Is the program offered online? No
Number of PhDs awarded by the department in the past year 3
Special requirements or purposes of the program

The Ph.D. program has two tracks: pure and applied. The course requirements differ somewhat between the two tracks, although the number of credit hours is the same. Both pure and applied tracks have the same requirements. Requirements include passing two qualifying exams, preliminary exam in your research area, oral comprehensive exam and write and defend a dissertation containing original research. Most of our students receive a master's degree along the way. Our graduate program has been a central part of the research and teaching mission of our department, and is an important component of our long term planning. Our department is small enough to be friendly and large enough to give students a broad background and a wide choice of specialization in many areas of mathematics.

Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Additional information The department has suspended the General GRE application requirement for Spring 2021 and Fall 2021 admission. Applicants may submit GRE scores, but it is no longer a requirement. The department does not require the Mathematics GRE. However, applicants may submit their score if they wish.
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a PhD in Algebra/Number Theory · Real, Complex, Functional, Harmonic Analysis (and Topological Groups) · Geometry/Topology · Discrete Math/Combinatorics/Logic/Computer Science · Probability · Biostatistics/Statistics · Applied Mathematics · Numerical Analysis/Approximations · Linear, Non-linear Optimization/Control · Differential, Integral, Difference Equations · Stochastic Control/Analysis
Enrollments
Full-time 28
Full-time women 5
First year 0
First year women 0
Part-time 0
Additional details regarding enrollments and characteristics of the students Most of our PhD students enter the program as MA/PhD students, earning a master's degree on the way to their PhD. We are committed to the recruiting and retention of female graduate students and students from underrepresented minority groups in mathematics. With nine tenure and tenure-track female faculty members in our department, we have one of the largest proportions of female faculty members in mathematics among peer research universities.
Student support in the PhD program
Do they offer financial support? Yes
Number of full-time students receiving support 28
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $246
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $18704
Comments regarding financial support Most of our graduate students enter as MA/PhD students. First year students start at $18704. Merit increases are given annually when funding is available. Most of our third year students are paid $19,115. Graduate teaching assistants receive an academic year salary and 100% tuition waiver plus a deduction in campus fees. GTAs teach one-two sections of either college algebra, pre-calculus or calculus courses and assist in the help rooms. Depending on the course and size, they may be assigned graders. GTAs are given extensive training through the department by seminars and coordinated courses and through the university's Center for Teaching Excellence. Practically all of our full-time graduate students are supported through a mix of teaching assistantships, research assistantships, and fellowships. We also have several forms of summer support, and some of our graduate students have had internships outside academia. In addition, we strongly encourage and financially support the participation of our students in summer workshops and the presentation of their research articles at professional meetings.
Comments regarding outcomes students are preparing for, and how successful have they been After graduation, our Ph.D. alumni typically obtain positions either in academia, as postdoctoral fellows or tenure-track faculty, or in the private sector. Our recent graduates are working as Visiting Assistant Professors in universities throughout the US and other countries and some are postdoctoral researchers at national laboratories. Others are financial analysts in the retirement and financial industries, and data scientists/business analysts for major health care corporations, shipping/transit companies, and home improvement retail industries.

Certificate programs

Program specifics: Certificate
Is the program offered online? No
Number of certificates awarded by the department in the past year 2
Special requirements or purposes of the program Usually, we do not offer any graduate courses online. However with COVID-19, students have the opportunity to take courses online for the 2020-2021 academic year. The faculty have been able to adapt quickly to using presentation technology to meet with their students remotely. In addition our in-person instructional spaces have been modified to better protect our faculty and students against the virus, and the university has established safety protocols.
Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Additional information The Graduate Certificate in Applied Mathematics is designed for students who are currently pursuing a graduate degree in a discipline outside of math (such as engineering, economics, physics, biology, geology, or psychology) who would benefit from additional training in applied mathematics. The Certificate requires four graduate level courses (12 credits total) from the Department approved list. Admission to the certificate program requires completion of two math courses at level 600 or above with a minimum 3.0 GPA. These courses (if on the list) can then count towards the 12 credits required for the certificate. Students must be admitted to the Graduate Certificate program prior to completion of the final course for the certificate.
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

This program is designed for graduate students already enrolled at KU. Our 600 level courses cover topics in algebraic coding theory, applied regression analysis, Fourier analysis of time series, actuarial mathematics, applied partial differential equations, and calculus of variations and integral equations. Additional 700 level topics include statistical theory, stochastic adaptive control and processes, numerical analysis, applied numerical methods for partial differential equations, advanced numerical linear algebra and numerical differential equations, and combinatorics/graph theory.

Enrollments
Full-time 3
Full-time women 1
First year 0
First year women 0
Part-time 0
Student support in the Certificate program
Do they offer financial support? Varies by program
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $
Comments regarding financial support Occasionally, the department hires GTAs outside of the mathematics field such as engineering fields and business. The department also has employment opportunities for graders and student assistants.
Comments regarding outcomes students are preparing for, and how successful have they been Our current certificate students are working toward graduate degrees in economics and mechanical engineering.

Institution overview

Program(s) offered Masters · Doctoral · Certificate
Institution University of Kentucky
Department Dr. Bing Zhang Department of Statistics
Location Lexington, Kentucky United States of America
Contact information
Dr. Katherine Thompson 301 Multidisciplinary Science Building 725 Rose Street Lexington, KY 40536-0082 stat-dgs@uky.edu
URL for prospective students https://app.applyyourself.com/AYApplicantLogin/fl_ApplicantConnectLogin.asp?id=ukgrad
Faculty
Number of full-time faculty department members 18
Total women 3
Total tenured faculty 9
Total tenured women 2
Tenured faculty who published in the last 3 years 9
Total postdocs 0
Last updated Sep 18 2020 10:53AM

Bridge/Postbaccalaureate

Program specifics: Bridge/Postbaccalaureate
Is the program offered online?
Number of degrees awarded by the department in the past year 0
Special requirements or purposes of the program
Admissions
GRE requirement
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

Enrollments
Full-time 0
Full-time women 0
First year
First year women
Part-time 0
Student support in the Bridge/Postbaccalaureate program
Do they offer financial support?
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $0

Masters programs

Program specifics: Masters
Is the program offered online? No
Number of Masters awarded by the department in the past year 26
Special requirements or purposes of the program

All master's candidates are required to pass a comprehensive departmental written examination. This examination is normally administered in late May/early June.

Admissions
GRE requirement General
Additional information Applications are submitted and processed electronically through the Graduate School Apply Yourself portal. Applicants to the M.S. program must choose Admissions Category - Masters Degree and in application choose Program - Statistics - MS.
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a Masters Degree in Statistics · Biostatistics
Enrollments
Full-time 16
Full-time women 6
First year 5
First year women 2
Part-time 2
Student support in the Masters program
Do they offer financial support? Yes
Number of full-time students receiving support 15
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $19000
Comments regarding financial support Students are supported as TAs. Typical first-year duties will be assisting an experienced faculty member in one of our large-enrollment undergraduate service courses.
Comments regarding outcomes students are preparing for, and how successful have they been Statisticians typically have a 100% placement. Typical masters careers include employment at banks, pharmaceutical companies, government agencies, and private consulting firms.

PhD programs

Program specifics: PhD
Is the program offered online? No
Number of PhDs awarded by the department in the past year 9
Special requirements or purposes of the program

Students must pass a uniform written exam over a collection of advanced courses. This exam will normally be offered at the end of third year. Students must also successfully complete an oral qualifying exam which is scheduled in consultation with the student's advisory committee.

Admissions
GRE requirement General
Additional information Applications are submitted and processed electronically through the Graduate School Apply Yourself portal. Choose Admissions Category - Masters Degree and in application choose Program - Statistics - MS even if you are planning to pursue a Ph.D.
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a PhD in Biostatistics/Statistics · Data Science
Enrollments
Full-time 24
Full-time women 10
First year 8
First year women 4
Part-time 0
Student support in the PhD program
Do they offer financial support? Yes
Number of full-time students receiving support 24
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $19000
Comments regarding financial support Ph.D. students are supported as TAs and RAs. Typical TA duties include primary classroom responsibility in 200-level courses. RA duties are assigned through the Applied Statistics Laboratory housed in the Department.
Comments regarding outcomes students are preparing for, and how successful have they been Statisticians typically have a 100% placement. Typical doctoral careers include faculty positions, employment at banks, pharmaceutical companies, government agencies, and private consulting firms.

Certificate programs

Program specifics: Certificate
Is the program offered online? Yes
Number of certificates awarded by the department in the past year 11
Special requirements or purposes of the program Students completing the Graduate Certificate in Applied Statistics will have demonstrated a) an ability to apply standard statistical methods to real data and draw valid conclusions; and b) an ability to use appropriate computational techniques and software.
Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Additional information The Graduate Certificate in Applied Statistics allows students studying in programs outside the Department of Statistics to learn a basic background in the design and analysis of quantitative data.
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

Students will be required to complete 12 hours of class work (four required classes) with no grade lower than B to complete the curriculum. No qualifying exam is required.

Enrollments
Full-time 0
Full-time women 0
First year 0
First year women 0
Part-time 15
Student support in the Certificate program
Do they offer financial support? No
Number of full-time students receiving support 0
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $
Comments regarding financial support No financial support is offered to certificate students.
Comments regarding outcomes students are preparing for, and how successful have they been This credential allows student to demonstrate quantitative expertise with prospective employers as well as better conduct quantitative research in their dissertations.
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