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Institution overview

Program(s) offered Bridge/Postbaccalaureate · Masters
Institution North Carolina Central University
Department Dept of Math & Comp Sci
Location Durham, North Carolina United States of America
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Masters programs

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Institution overview

Program(s) offered Bridge/Postbaccalaureate · Masters · Doctoral
Institution North Carolina State University
Department Department of Mathematics
Location Raleigh, North Carolina United States of America
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Institution overview

Program(s) offered Bridge/Postbaccalaureate · Masters · Doctoral
Institution Oregon State University
Department Department of Mathematics
Location Corvallis, Oregon United States of America
Contact information
gradinfo@math.oregonstate.edu
URL for prospective students https://math.oregonstate.edu/grad_appl_instr
Faculty
Number of full-time faculty department members 50
Total women 14
Total tenured faculty 24
Total tenured women 8
Tenured faculty who published in the last 3 years 23
Total postdocs 1
Last updated Sep 18 2020 11:11AM

Bridge/Postbaccalaureate

Program specifics: Bridge/Postbaccalaureate
Is the program offered online? No
Number of degrees awarded by the department in the past year 1
Special requirements or purposes of the program Post-bac program for students with a previous undergraduate degree that offers in addition to a Mathematics degree, transcript visible options in Applied and Computational Math, Math Bio, Secondary Teaching, and Statistics.
Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Additional information Applications are reviewed at the undergraduate level.
Academic programs
Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

The curriculum includes introductory abstract algebra and real analysis together with senior level coursework in mathematics and/or statistics.

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Full-time 1
Full-time women 0
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First year women
Part-time 3
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 $12165
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $0
Comments regarding financial support Our post-bac students are considered undergraduates.
Comments regarding outcomes students are preparing for, and how successful have they been Our post-bac students are often preparing to enter a graduate program that requires background in mathematics such as economics, statistics, or mathematics itself. Many are successful.

Masters programs

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

The required curriculum includes core coursework in graduate level mathematics (real and complex analysis and abstract linear algebra), some core coursework in an area of specialization, and original scholarly activity at the masters level.

Admissions
GRE requirement General
Additional information The GRE requirement will be waived for students applying to enter our program in Fall 2021. When reviewing applications we look for previous coursework in introductory real analysis and introductory abstract algebra.
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a Masters Degree in Mathematics · Applied Mathematics · The Masters program offers an introduction to graduate level mathematics with an opportunity to specialize in an area of interest.
Enrollments
Full-time 7
Full-time women 1
First year 1
First year women 1
Part-time 1
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 $15267
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $17925
Comments regarding financial support In addition to the stipend, our graduate assistants receive complete remission of tuition and fees and partial payment of their health insurance premium. This appointment is at .4 FTE.
Comments regarding outcomes students are preparing for, and how successful have they been Many of our MS students continue to complete a PhD. Others go on to careers as data engineers, data scientists, post-secondary mathematics instructors, software engineers, analysts, and actuaries.

PhD programs

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

The required curriculum includes core coursework in graduate level mathematics (real and complex analysis and abstract linear algebra), coursework giving breadth in graduate mathematics, development of an area of specialization, and original scholarly research at the doctoral level.

Admissions
GRE requirement General
Additional information The GRE requirement will be waived for students applying to enter our program in Fall 2021. When reviewing applications we look for previous coursework in introductory real analysis and introductory abstract algebra.
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 · Mathematics Education
Enrollments
Full-time 52
Full-time women 21
First year 12
First year women 4
Part-time 2
Student support in the PhD program
Do they offer financial support? Yes
Number of full-time students receiving support 48
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $15267
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $19017
Comments regarding financial support In addition to the stipend, our graduate assistants receive complete remission of tuition and fees and partial payment of their health insurance premium. This appointment is at .4 FTE.
Comments regarding outcomes students are preparing for, and how successful have they been Our PhD graduates enter academics, work on research teams in national labs and in industry settings, and go on to careers in risk management and finance.

Certificate programs

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Number of certificates awarded by the department in the past year 0
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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.
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Description of the academic program structure including courses required and available options to fill in gaps in undergraduate training.

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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 Bridge/Postbaccalaureate
Institution Smith College
Department Dept of Math & Stat
Location Northampton, Massachusetts United States of America
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Masters programs

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Institution overview

Program(s) offered Bridge/Postbaccalaureate · Masters · Doctoral
Institution University of Michigan
Department Dept of Math
Location Ann Arbor, Michigan United States of America
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Masters programs

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Institution overview

Program(s) offered Bridge/Postbaccalaureate · Masters · Doctoral
Institution University of Pennsylvania
Department Dept of Mathematics
Location Philadelphia, Pennsylvania United States of America
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Institution overview

Program(s) offered Bridge/Postbaccalaureate · Masters · Doctoral
Institution University of Texas at Arlington
Department Dept of Math
Location Arlington, Texas United States of America
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Institution overview

Program(s) offered Bridge/Postbaccalaureate · Doctoral
Institution University of Virginia
Department Dept of Math
Location Charlottesville, Virginia United States of America
Contact information
Professor Ken Ono, Chair of Graduate Admissions e-mail: kow5k@virginia.edu
URL for prospective students https://math.virginia.edu/graduate/admission/
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Number of full-time faculty department members 34
Total women 6
Total tenured faculty 26
Total tenured women 4
Tenured faculty who published in the last 3 years 26
Total postdocs 11
Last updated Sep 21 2020 02:03PM

Bridge/Postbaccalaureate

Program specifics: Bridge/Postbaccalaureate
Is the program offered online? Yes, partially
Number of degrees awarded by the department in the past year 0
Special requirements or purposes of the program UVA Mathematics seeks to support post-baccalaureate students from groups that are underrepresented in their disciplines and who have not had sufficient training and research experiences to prepare them for admission to doctoral programs. This program offers an annual stipend of $24,000.
Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Additional information Due to COVID-19, the GRE exam requirements have been waived for 2020-2021.
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 3
First year
First year women
Part-time 0
Student support in the Bridge/Postbaccalaureate 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 $24000
Comments regarding financial support All full-time graduate students generally enjoy support in the form of a teaching assistantship or fellowship for the duration of their graduate work. The UVA Mathematics Department is also committed to providing a summer stipend to all students who maintain good standing.

Masters programs

Program specifics: Masters
Is the program offered online?
Number of Masters 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 Masters Degree in
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?
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 7
Special requirements or purposes of the program

UVA Math offers qualifying exams twice a year. Current syllabi for the Algebra, Analysis, and Topology General Examinations are available online. The Department also offers summer enhancement courses to ease the transition to the PhD program (see: https://math.virginia.edu/graduate/requirements/)

Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or not required
Additional information Due to COVID-19, the GRE exam requirements have been waived for 2020-2021.
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 · Applied Mathematics · Numerical Analysis/Approximations · Linear, Non-linear Optimization/Control · Differential, Integral, Difference Equations · The UVA Math Department offers the opportunity to do research in a wide range of specialties (see: https://math.virginia.edu/graduate/research-areas/)
Enrollments
Full-time 43
Full-time women 7
First year 9
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 43
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $24000
Comments regarding financial support First-year students generally serve as graders or teaching assistants for basic mathematics courses. The Department is committed to providing summer stipends to all PhD students who maintain good standing.
Comments regarding outcomes students are preparing for, and how successful have they been UVA PhD graduates have been successful in obtaining postdoctoral appointments, tenure track teaching positions, and positions in industry.

Certificate programs

Program specifics: Certificate
Is the program offered online?
Number of certificates 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 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 Bridge/Postbaccalaureate · Masters · Doctoral
Institution Washington University in St. Louis
Department Dept of Mathematics and Statistics
Location St Louis, Missouri United States of America
Contact information
Mary Ann Stenner stenner@wustl.edu
URL for prospective students https://www.applyweb.com/wustl/index.ftl
Faculty
Number of full-time faculty department members 31
Total women 7
Total tenured faculty 19
Total tenured women 3
Tenured faculty who published in the last 3 years 17
Total postdocs 8
Last updated Oct 9 2020 10:12AM

Bridge/Postbaccalaureate

Program specifics: Bridge/Postbaccalaureate
Is the program offered online? No
Number of degrees awarded by the department in the past year 0
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.

The Joint Post-baccalaureate Program (JPP) in Mathematics, Physics, and Earth and Planetary Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis is designed to prepare exceptional individuals who already have a bachelor?s degree in any one of these or related fields to make the transition to graduate school to pursue the Ph.D. Participants will engage in a rigorous plan of study consisting of upper-level coursework and other field specific activities, in a nurturing environment, under the guidance of a faculty mentor at Washington University in St. Louis. https://sites.wustl.edu/jointpostbac/

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? Yes
Number of full-time students receiving support 2
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $23360
Comments regarding financial support No duties required.
Comments regarding outcomes students are preparing for, and how successful have they been Students who have completed our JPP have successfully transitioned to PhD programs.

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
Additional information GRE is optional only this year for those applying to the Master's in Statistics for Fall 2021 due to Covid 19.
Academic programs
The department encourages applications from those wishing to pursue a Masters Degree in Mathematics · Statistics · See https://math.wustl.edu/graduate for details about requirements for the Masters in Mathematics and Statistics.
Enrollments
Full-time 8
Full-time women 2
First year 1
First year women 0
Part-time 0
Additional details regarding enrollments and characteristics of the students Due to the Covid 19 we had 9 Master's students who deferred either SP21 or FL21
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 $56300
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $0
Comments regarding financial support Our Master's programs are self supported. The tuition per semester is $28,150. There are no stipends offered.
Comments regarding outcomes students are preparing for, and how successful have they been Medical Schools, Corporations

PhD programs

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

See https://math.wustl.edu/graduate for details about requirements for the PhD in Mathematics and Statistics.

Admissions
GRE requirement Optional or 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 · Discrete Math/Combinatorics/Logic/Computer Science · Probability · Biostatistics/Statistics · Applied Mathematics · Numerical Analysis/Approximations · Differential, Integral, Difference Equations
Enrollments
Full-time 45
Full-time women 16
First year 7
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 45
Typical tuition and fees paid by a full-time student $0
Typical stipend/salary paid to a full-time student $23360
Comments regarding financial support Stipend is 10 months $23,360. Summer Support is also offered $3,471 total for 2 months.
Comments regarding outcomes students are preparing for, and how successful have they been Academic, Government, Corporate.

Certificate programs

Program specifics: Certificate
Is the program offered online?
Number of certificates 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 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 $