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Due to COVID-19, the department of Mathematical Sciences is waiving both GRE requirements for our graduate program this year. If you wish to apply without a GRE score, please enter a future GRE exam date into the application when prompted. This need not be an actual exam date. Entering any future date will allow your application to be sent on to our review committee where it will receive full consideration. Reporting your scores is entirely optional. If you chose to not submit a GRE score, this will have no bearing on the competitiveness of your application. If you have any questions regarding this process, email email Pak-Wing Fok at email@example.com.
The Department of Mathematical Sciences at University of Delaware offers graduate programs leading to PhD or Masters degree:
The Department also participates in the university wide Masters program
The Department offers five-year
financial aid packages combining teaching, research, and fellowship opportunities.
More information for prospective and current students
Over the past half-century, the Department of Mathematical Sciences has awarded well over one hundred doctoral degrees in Mathematics and Applied Mathematics. In 2010, the NRC rankings of doctoral programs ranked our program in the range 11-40 among all U.S. programs in mathematics.
Our faculty consists of internationally recognized researchers in several core areas of mathematics and its applications. As such, we offer a wide range of potential research topics for Ph.D. candidates. Graduates from our program have gone on to prestigious postdoctoral research positions, tenure-track positions combining research and teaching, and jobs in industry, commerce, finance, and in government agencies.
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