|Dear Colleague ,|
The Ohio State Graduate Program in Mathematics is inviting applications to both its Ph.D. and M.M.S. degree . For more detailed application and specific program information please see: http://www.math.osu.edu/grad
Full Stipend & Tuition Support is offered to all incoming graduate students either through teaching associateships or, for qualified applicants, in the form of university fellowships.
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.): The latest additions include interdisciplinary research, combining methods in topology, computation, and probability theory, as well as new hires in combinatorics, and computational number theory. The department has built strong groups and initiatives in mathematical biology and algebraic geometry, as well as around the interface of our traditional strengths in number theory and ergodic theory. These expansions of our research focus add to a wide representation of virtually every area of mathematics by nearly 90 graduate faculty in mathematics, encompassing also logic, algebra, real and complex analysis, differential equations, differential geometry, geometric group theory, and geometric topology.
Post-doctoral job placements of many of our PhD graduates in the past five years include competitive positions at Princeton University, Institute for Advanced Study, University of Chicago, Yale, Cal-Tech, Rutgers, University of Michigan, and top-institutions abroad.
Master of Mathematical Sciences (M.M.S.):
The M.M.S. is a two-year, terminal degree program with emphasis on practical, interdisciplinary work. Students apply to one of the specializations, in each of which they will collaborate with faculty from partner departments on summer projects and thesis research. Graduates find employment in related public and private sectors, or admission to applied doctoral programs.
This degree track is co-sponsored by the NSF Mathematical Biosciences Institute at OSU. Research and thesis projects are in collaboration, among others, with the OSU departments of Evolution, Ecology, and Organismal Biology , Molecular Genetics , and Microbiology , the Stone Laboratory (Lake Erie), as well as various research units of the OSU Medical School .
Mathematics for Educators:
This degree track serves students with interest in the teaching and, more broadly, the communication of mathematics. The curriculum emphasizes a thorough background in core areas of mathematics as well as courses specially designed in collaboration with the OSU Department of Teaching and Learning . Collaborating units for projects have included, besides Teaching & Learning, the Mathematics & Statistics Learning Center, OSU MOOC projects, and department of Linguistics and Economics.
This specialization represents the third track in our M.M.S. degree program, and provides the mathematical training and background in related fields required in a wide range of computational applications. Interdisciplinary practical projects and theses are designed and carried out in collaborations with the numerous engineering and physical science departments on campus.
Please submit complete applications by December 15th , 2013. Contact us if you would like to have a hard-copy sent to you: