### Graduate Program

NDSU's Department of Mathematics is a research-oriented unit featuring 18 full-time faculty members and 27 graduate students. Our outstanding student-faculty ratio provides a supportive environment where graduate students have meaningful, regular interactions with faculty. We offer doctoral and master's degrees that require a broad foundation in mathematics combined with an intense research experience where students work on the front-line of mathematical research.

Our faculty members are recognized researchers in the areas of algebra, analysis, applied mathematics, combinatorics, geometry, mathematics education and topology. At NDSU, graduate students gain important teaching experience with extensive professional development opportunities so our graduates are teacher-scholars prepared for both academic and non-academic positions.

#### Information

- Information for Applicants:
- Information for Current Mathematics Graduate Students
- Application for Teaching Fellowship
- Mathematics Graduate Student Handbook (last updated March 7, 2018)
- Mathematics Course Descriptions
- Mathematics Qualifying Examinations
- TeX and LaTeX Resources Including LaTeX Document Class for NDSU Disquisitions
- Video approval form: open document format; MS doc format

- Graduate College Links:
- Graduate College Forms, including the following:
- Plan of Study Forms
- Request to Schedule Examination Form
- Commencement Participation Form

- Dissertations, Theses and Papers at NDSU
- Funding Opportunities
- NDSU Graduate School Bulletin
- The NDSU Graduate School

- Graduate College Forms, including the following:
- Mathematics Research at NDSU:
- Seminars/Colloquia at NDSU.

For more information, please contact our Graduate Recruitment Chair. |