Ph.D. in Mathematics

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The Department of Mathematical Sciences offers a program leading to a Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematics from Purdue University, with all requirements completed on the IUPUI campus. Current research strengths within the department include integrable systems, mathematical physics, dynamical systems, noncommutative geometry, operator algebras, differential geometry, partial differential equations, functional analysis, statistics and probability, applied mathematics, biomathematics, computational neurosciences, and scientific computing.

Students may specialize in the following: Pure Mathematics, Applied Mathematics or Mathematical Statistics.

We offer competitive financial support to qualified Ph.D. students in the form of university fellowships, teaching assistantships and research assistantships. Fellowships and assistantships carry stipends for the academic year and summer support, plus tuition waivers and health insurance.

General Requirements and Policies

The Graduate Student Handbook contains the details of the program requirements, policies, and procedures.