The primary graduate program is the PhD in Mathematics. All students admitted to this program receive financial support, with a full fellowship in the first year. Current students are pursuing exciting projects in a variety of areas. (Research Groups) For a detailed description of the PhD program and requirements, see the Regulations for Doctoral Students in Mathematics.
Masters degrees are available for Mathematics PhD candidates who have taken 30 credit hours and passed their candidacy examinations. We offer a Master of Science in Interdisciplinary Mathematics (MISM) to students enrolled in other PhD programs at Notre Dame. More details talk to the Mathematics Director of Graduate Studies. We do not admit students directly into any masters program.
Interdisciplinary study is possible, but it requires extra dedication. Two students have completed a joint PhD in Chemical Engineering and Mathematics and number of students have completed a joint PhD in Mathematics and Philosophy. One has to be first admitted to a PhD granting department at Notre Dame. A next step is the above mentioned MSIM. We do not admit student directly into an interdisciplinary program.
More info about graduate school at Notre Dame can be found at http://graduateschool.nd.edu
Mathematics Department Contacts:
Beth VerVelde, Graduate Director’s Assistant
Phone: 574-631-7245 Fax: 574-631-6579