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Graduate Program

The Department of Mathematics of the University of Georgia is a vibrant mathematical community. The department has held an NSF VIGRE grant and an NSF VIGRE II grant for 12 years, and currently holds a $2,000,000 NSF Research and Training Group (RTG) grant (2014-2020). These grants provide additional financial support for graduate students, and stimulate research and teaching collaborations among the mathematics faculty, postdoctoral associates, graduate students, and undergraduates.

We are noted for the friendliness of our faculty and students, and for our flexibility in adapting programs to the needs of each individual student. The department has particularly active research groups in additive combinatorics, algebra, algebraic geometry, analysis, applied mathematics, geometry, number theory, and topology.

 

Professor Daniel Nakano interacting with graduate students in his office.

Important Notice

Orientation Schedule Fall 2021

 

Fall 2021 Qualifying Exam Schedule

Monday, August 16

9:00 AM – 12:00 PM               Room 302 & 304 Boyd GSRC
Topology Qualifying Exam

9:00 AM – 12:00 PM               Room 302 & 304 Boyd GSRC
Numerical Analysis Qualifying Exam

2:00 PM – 5:00 PM                 Room 302 & 304 Boyd GSRC
Algebra Qualifying Exam

Tuesday, August 17

 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM               Room 302 & 304 Boyd GSRC
Real Analysis Qualifying Exam                        

 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM                 Room 302 & 304 Boyd GSRC
Complex Analysis Qualifying Exam

Program Information and Resources

Graduate Degree Programs
Detailed information about our graduate degrees including the MA and PhD degrees.

How to Apply
Information for prospective graduate students.

Written Qualification Exam Study Guide
Find out how to study for the written qualification exam. 

Awards
Find out more information about awards given to graduate students. 

Prospective Students
For students looking to join the department.

Current Students
Information for students who are already a part of the department. 

Graduate Guidebook
All the information that prospective students need to know before applying. 

 

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