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Welcome to the Department of Mathematical Sciences at the University of Delaware! Members of the department are passionate about mathematics, applied mathematics, and mathematics education, and are proud of our contributions to the university:
If you are a current undergraduate student interested in earning a PhD in Mathematics or Applied Mathematics, this could be the place for you! Faculty carry out research in analysis, discrete mathematics (combinatorics), fluids and materials sciences, mathematical modeling, mathematical biology, numerical analysis and computational mathematics, probability and stochastic methods, inverse problems, and topological data analysis. We also have highly regarded faculty members in mathematics education who join with colleagues in the School of Education to make this one of the best places in the country to study the teaching and learning of mathematics.
Our graduate program has several attractive features:
Most importantly, our faculty are enthusiastic about mentoring their students. The quality of your doctoral degree is mostly determined by the quality of your dissertation research, which in turn is heavily influenced by the guidance you receive from your mentor. At UD, you will find well-known mathematicians working on exciting problems.
Our graduates go onto research postdocs, tenure-track positions at both research and teaching-oriented colleges and universities, and careers in the financial industry, Silicon Valley, and government agencies.
If you are a high school student considering a degree in mathematics (or the parent of such a student), there are numerous reasons to consider UD:
With a degree in mathematics, you can do almost anything! Math majors become mathematicians, yes, but they also go into finance, meteorology, engineering research, data science, economics, medical research, and even medical or law school. (Among all college majors, it's the mathematics majors who earn the highest average score on both the MCAT and LSAT.) Studying mathematics develops problems-solving and analytical skills that are prized throughout the economy.
If you are an alumna or alumnus of our department, or if you have another reason for being interested in our work, please consider supporting the mathematical sciences at the University of Delaware. You can learn about giving opportunities at this link.
Thank you for visiting our web page. If you need any information that you cannot find on the site, please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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