Research interests include algebra, algebraic geometry, differential equations, differential geometry, logic and foundations, modern analysis, number theory, probability, and topology. MS students may minor in any department where mathematics plays a significant role.
Requires 30 semester hours of approved graduate study with a presentation of a mathematics project or thesis before a faculty committee.
MS in Applied Mathematics
Requires 30 hours of graduate course work, at least 18 hours of which is in the math department, and includes two full-year sequences. One of these must be MATH 5600-5610: Numerical Analysis. At least 6 hours of graduate work must be in an approved area of application and include a full-year sequence. You may minor in any department where mathematics plays a significant role. The student must make a presentation of a mathematics project or thesis before a faculty committee.
Requires 30 hours of approved graduate study and 30 hours of dissertation credit, successful completion of preliminary and comprehensive examinations, and a successful dissertation defense.
There are no preapplications or pre-evaluations needed for applicants. For specific requirements of the Mathematics department go to http://www.colorado.edu/math/.
Most financial support is for teaching assistantships, which include tuition waivers. There are some research assistantships and some fellowship awards.
University of Colorado Boulder
Department of Mathematics
Graduate Program Assistant
Boulder, CO 80309-0395