Florida State University Graduate Programs
Our unique graduate program offers MS and PhD degrees in four areas: Pure Mathematics, Applied & Computational Mathematics, Financial Mathematics, and Biomathematics. Each area has its own distinct curriculum encompassing subjects from pure and applied mathematics, as well as subjects from other departments in the case of the interdisciplinary Financial Math and Biomath areas. You can learn more about each area, including information on recent alumni, on the area web pages. For a list of recent PhD graduates, visit Recent PhDs.
Our faculty is engaged in research in pure and applied mathematics, as well as in interdisciplinary applications. For a detailed list of research areas and faculty, visit Mathematical Research at FSU.
Our students go through a rigorous preparation for research. The required coursework is completed within the first two years. Doctoral students take the qualifier exams required by their area in the first two years as well. The third year is devoted mostly to research and preparation for the doctoral candidacy exam. For more info, visit the Timely Progress for Funded Students and Qualifiers pages.
|Research & Teaching||
Research and teaching is what graduate school is about! Visit the links below to learn about the research facilities and our TA training program.
|Funding, Awards & Tuition||
If you are a prospective student and want to learn about the financial aid offered by the department and the university, visit the link below:tuition and fees. International students should also visit International Admissions webpage for estimated costs.
Some other helpful resources for graduate students are listed below:
For questions regarding each of the four areas, please contact the director. For other questions regarding the graduate program, contact the Associate Chair for Graduate Studies.
|Pure||Dr. Eriko Hironaka|
|Applied||Dr. Kyle Galivan|
|Financial||Dr. Alec Kercheval|
|Dr. Brian Ewald|
|Bio||Dr. Richard Bertram|
|Grad studies||Dr. Giray Íkten|
For questions regarding the application materials and the application process, contact the Graduate Admissions Coordinator: Torrece Porter, Phone: 850-644-2278, email: firstname.lastname@example.org