The M.S. and Ph.D. in Mathematics are offered by the WSU Department of Mathematics and Statistics. You may pursue either on the Vancouver campus, under the guidance and supervision of Vancouver-based faculty.
Faculty advisors in the Mathematics degree programs:
- Alexander Dimitrov, quantitative neuroscience
- Bala Krishnamoorthy, computational algebraic topology
- Leslie New, statistical ecology
- Nicolay Strigul, mathematical ecology
For details about the program, application and funding support, visit the Department of Mathematics Graduate Studies website.
How to apply
Because graduate students work closely with faculty in pursuing their research, you should line up a potential mentor before applying. Explore our faculty research pages to find a faculty member whose research in Mathematics fits with your own, then contact that person to discuss applying to graduate school at WSU Vancouver.
All students applying to the M.S. or Ph.D. programs in Mathematics must submit their materials to the WSU Graduate School through their online application portal. However, students who wish to apply to work with WSU Vancouver-based faculty must follow the instructions on our how to apply page.
Research and teaching assistantships are available to support graduate students working toward a Ph.D. in Mathematics on the Vancouver campus.
For more information, contact Cheryl Schultz, program leader for natural sciences graduate programs.