Applied Mathematics is an independent interdisciplinary graduate program with courses of study and research leading to Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees.
The Graduate College sponsors several Graduate Interdisciplinary Programs (GIDPs) in addition to the many interdisciplinary possibilities available through regular graduate degree programs. GIDPs transcend departmental boundaries by facilitating cutting edge teaching and research at the nexus of traditional disciplines. The high value placed on interdisciplinary research and education is indicative of The University of Arizona's enthusiasm and commitment to fostering innovation and creativity among its faculty and students.
TOEFL 575 (230 CBT; 79-80 IBT)
3 letters of recommendation from qualified individuals
Statement of Purpose describing your interest in Applied Mathematics and the University of Arizona in particular. Please include a list of the courses, if any, which you have taught and describe your teaching experiences in general.
Required test(s): GRE
Required GRE Subject tests: None
Minimum TOEFL: 575
Research and Teaching Assistantships
Masters in Applied Mathematics consists of the following requirements:
Note: If the student has taken courses equivalent to some of the core courses, the requirements may be revised. The requirement of 30 total units will not, however, be reduced. The Graduate College requires that 50% of the units must be in courses for which ABC grades are given. All units must be at the 500-level or above, with the exception that up to six units of 400-level courses may be taken outside the Department of Mathematics, with prior approval from the Program Head.
The student must successfully complete the written Qualifying Examination at the MS level.