Mathematics - Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) - Mathematics

College of Humanities and Sciences

Degree Specific Credits: 60

Required Cumulative GPA: 3.0

Catalog Year: 2022-23

Notes/Description

  • The regular (Option 1) Ph.D. program, prepares research specialists in the mathematical sciences. The department offers research training in algebra, analysis, applied mathematics, combinatorics & optimization, computer science and topology.

  • Our non-traditional (Option 2) Ph.D. program, prepares college mathematics teachers and other "general practitioners" of mathematics. It emphasizes greater breadth in course work and less specialization than in the regular program. An emphasis in mathematics education is available under this option.

  • Dissertation required.

  • Preliminary examination in two areas.

  • Comprehensive examination emphasizing the area of specialization.  

Summary

Course Requirements

21-33

Additional courses/research credits

39-27

Total Hours

60