Applied M.S. and Ph.D. Degree Requirements and Academic Planning
People interested in viewing the degree requirements can choose one of the requirement forms below, which provides highlights of the requirements. For a complete reading of all aspects of degree requirements, including admission requirements, advising structure and mentoring, the make up of examination committees, advancement to candidacy, normative time to degree, etc., consult the Applied Mathematics M.S. and Ph.D. Degree Requirements (PDF) posted online at the Graduate Studies website.
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DEGREE REQUIREMENTS IN APPLIED MATHEMATICS
If you entered before Fall 2011:
If you entered Fall 2011 or later:
- Applied, M.S., Master's Plan I (Thesis)
- Applied, M.S., Master's Plan II (Comprehensive Examination)
- Applied, Ph.D.
ACADEMIC PLANNING FOR CONTINUING STUDENTS
For academic planning, graduate students can create their academic plan online, as well as submit annual review statements and indicate their current faculty adviser. This requires a Math Department username and password.