Professor Daniel Reynolds, Department Chair
Professors: Alejandro Aceves, Vladimir Ajaev, Wei Cai, Thomas Hagstrom, Amnon Meir, Peter Moore, Daniel Reynolds, Johannes Tausch
Associate Professors: Andrea Barreiro (Director of Graduate Studies), Thomas Carr, Weihua Geng, Barry Lee, Scott Norris, Benno Rumpf, Brandilyn Stigler, Sheng Xu, Yunkai Zhou
Assistant Professors: Difeng Cai, Mohamad Faradonbeh, Kathryn Hedrick, Mikhail Zaslavskiy
Senior Lecturer: Adriana Aceves
Lecturers: Leslie-Ann Asmus, Karl Backs, Sasan Mohyaddin, Laurel Neustadter
Minimum requirements for admission to the graduate programs in mathematics are 18 credit hours in college-level mathematics courses beyond first- and second-year calculus (including differential equations, linear algebra and statistics). Undergraduate courses in numerical methods, partial differential equations, physics and computer science are particularly helpful, as would be familiarity with programming, specifically MATLAB. There is no second language requirement.
Both the M.S. and Ph.D. degree programs require GRE graduate school admission test scores (general exam only). Three letters of recommendation are required.