## Graduate Degree Program Summary

### Graduate programs offered

#### Earn a Graduate Degree

**MA in Mathematics**(33-36 cr, Option I, II, or III) with optional specialization:- Applied Mathematics
- Environmental Studies
- Pure Mathematics
- Water Resources Planning and Management

**MAT in Mathematics**(36 cr, Option II or III) with optional specialization:- Teaching of Middle Level Mathematics

**MS in Mathematics**(33-36 cr, Option I, II, or III) with optional specialization:- Applied Mathematics
- Bioinformatics
- Environmental Studies
- Pure Mathematics
- Water Resources Planning and Management

**MScT in Mathematics**(36 cr, Option II or III) with optional specialization:- Applied Mathematics
- Environmental Studies
- Pure Mathematics
- Water Resources Planning and Management
- Teaching of Middle Level Mathematics

**PhD in Mathematics**(90 cr) with optional specialization:- Bioinformatics
- Environmental Studies
- Survey Sampling

##### Areas of Study

These informal areas of focus may help to shape your course of study but they will not appear on transcripts.

- Applied Mathematics and Mathematical Biology
- Commutative Algebra, Algebraic Geometry, and K-Theory
- Control Theory
- Differential Equations, Dynamical Systems, and Time Scales
- Discrete Mathematics and Coding Theory
- Functional Integration
- Groups, Semigroups, and Topology
- Mathematics Education
- Operator Theory and Operator Algebras

#### Online and Distance Opportunities

**Offered online:**

**Other programs:**

Some online coursework may be available for your program; contact dept. for details.

### Contacts for Mathematics

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#### Other Ways to Connect

**On the Web**

Mathematics

**Questions**

About admissions and campus visits:

mathgraduateprograms@unl.edu

**Campus Address**

203 Avery Hall

Lincoln NE 68588-0130

### Application checklist and deadlines

#### 1. Required by Graduate Studies

*Submit these items as part of the standard steps to admission.*

- Application for Admission with $50 non-refundable application fee
- One set of transcripts uploaded to MyRED
*If English is not your native language:*verification of English proficiency*If you are not a US citizen and you expect an F or J visa:*financial information

#### 2. Required by Mathematics

*After you apply, allow one business day for us to set up your access so you can complete these requirements via MyRED.*

- Entrance exam(s): GRE except for mathematics teachers pursuing the MAT degree
- Minimum English proficiency: Paper TOEFL 600, Internet TOEFL 100, IELTS 7.5
- Resume
- Statement of purpose
- Three recommendation letters

When sending GRE or TOEFL scores, UNL's institution code is 6877 and a department code is not needed.

##### Application Deadlines for Mathematics

- For Financial Consideration: January 18 for Fall.
- Otherwise: Applications received after the deadline may be considered depending upon space/funding availability.

Application/admission is for entry in a specific term and year. UNL's academic year is divided into 3 terms: Fall (August-December), Spring (January-May), and Summer (multiple sessions May-August). *Some UNL programs accept new students only in certain terms and/or years; if your desired entry term isn't mentioned here, you may want to consult the department for clarification.*

### Description

Students also have access to an excellent research library, a mathematical sciences database, and two computer laboratories with state-of-the-art computational facilities.

#### Cost of attendance

Cost differs from one student to another. For details see Tuition, Fees, and Funding or try our Cost Estimator.#### Courses and More

Admitted students will choose courses from the Course Catalog, typically in: During the first half of their coursework, students will work with an advisor to create a plan of study — one of the essential Steps to Degree Completion.### Faculty and research

*Where available, faculty names link to bios or homepages and conversation icons () link to directory listings with address, phone, and email.*

**Adam Larios**

Partial differential equations; fluid dynamics; numerical analysis; computational science

**Alexandra Seceleanu**

Commutative Algebra, with an interest in Homological Methods and Connections to Algebraic Geometry

This summary page is maintained by Graduate Studies.

For additional details check out the dept./program website: Mathematics.

*Departments: Have an update for this summary? Contact Jason Cruise.*