The Department of Mathematics is proud to offer a new graduate
For more information about the Ph.D. in Applied Science
The Department of Mathematics of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs
is delighted to be able to offer a program of study leading to a Ph.D
as part of the University's new Ph.D in Applied Science degree.
A limited number of scholarships are available each year from the Department of Mathematics to provide financial support to students enrolled in the PhD in Applied Sciences (Mathematics option) program. These scholarships are awarded based on the merit as well as the financial need of the applicant.
Students transferring into the program with graduate work or a Master's degree in an appropriate discipline must satisfy the admissions requirements above. Graduate level courses completed outside UCCS prior to admission may be transferable into the program. Normally, transfer credits will not exceed 25% of the total required credit hours. In unusual circumstances, applicants may request a review of their records to determine whether additional credits may be transferred. Decisions regarding transfer of graduate credits are made by the appropriate graduate advisor, and are subject to the regulations of the UCCS Graduate School.
*Students in the PhD program will normally take written and oral examinations.
Each PhD student in the mathematics track will take one year long course sequences from three of the following areas:
*The primary research interests of Math Department Faculty can be found HERE