PhD. Program Description
The Department of Mathematics & Computer Science at Rutgers–Newark and the Department of Mathematics at New Jersey Institute of Technology offer a joint Ph.D. program in the Mathematical Sciences. This is a rigorous program in mathematics consisting of extensive course work and original research in one of the department's many fields of expertise leading to a dissertation. Typically, the program is completed in five to six years. Applicants to the program should have a strong undergraduate background in mathematics.
Graduate faculties from both institutions provide research opportunities in a variety of fields including: Algebra, Analysis, Geometric Group Theory, Kleinian Groups, Low - dimensional Topology, Mathematical Physics, Number Theory, Representation Theory and Teichmüller Theory.
Xiaowei Wang, Graduate Program Director
101 Warren St.
Smith Hall | Room 216
Website: Mathematical Sciences
Degree Offered: Ph.D.
Part Time Study Available: No
Degree Credit Requirements
Ph.D.: 60 credits
Application Requirements and Deadlines
Applications to the program must include various supporting materials including transcripts of previous collegiate study.
-3 letters of recommendations
-GRE scores, scores from Mathematics Subject GRE are highly recommended.
Applicants who are not native speakers of English are required to submit a TOEFL score.
Int’l Students: March 1 | USA Students: June 1