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International Applicants

Applicants for admission to the program in Computational Mathematics leading to a Master of Science degree are expected to have completed a bachelor's degree in mathematics, computer science or statistics with at least a 3.0 grade point average. An applicant should also have completed two semesters of calculus, one semester of a programming language, and one semester of statistics. Applicants who do not meet all these requirements but have a strong academic and/or work background in one of the three disciplines will also be considered on a case-by-case basis.

For all applicants, there is no fee for on-line applications.

U.S. students should click here for application information.

For international students, materials required for review include:

  1. Official transcripts of all undergraduate work and any previous graduate work.
  2. Official scores from the general exam of the GRE. Subject area examinations are not required.
  3. Three letters of recommendation, at least one of which should be from an academic source. (Print and complete the appropriate portion of this Recommendation Form (pdf))
  4. A brief (not to exceed 500 words) statement of purpose in seeking the M.S. degree in Computational Mathematics.
  5. For students for whom English is not a primary language: An official score report indicating satisfactory performance on TOEFL.

To apply on-line as an international student, click on the "Apply now" link below and indicate that you are an "International" applicant. You will be asked additional questions. There is no application fee for on-line applications. Hard copies of the application are available upon request.

Application Deadlines

Applications for admission as a degree candidate with financial aid should be submitted no later than March 1 for the academic year beginning in the following September. Degree candidates applying for admission without financial aid as well as non-degree applicants may apply up to one month prior to the beginning of the term in which the student desires to begin graduate work. For the fall semester, such applications are due August 1.

Apply now (for Non-U.S. Citizen, Non-Permanent Resident).

Graduate assistantships are available to outstanding degree-seeking candidates.