Applications should be submitted electronically to the Graduate School.
Arrange to take the Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) preferably no later than December for Fall admission. The general exams are required, and the subject test in Mathematics is strongly recommended. International applicants must also take the TOEFL.
Your application should contain:
- A completed application form
- GRE scores
- TOEFL scores for international applicants
- A transcript from each postsecondary institution attended should be sent by the institution to the SU Graduate School.
- 3 letters of recommendation should be sent directly to the SU Graduate School.
You will be notified by the Graduate School as soon as a decision concerning admission is made. If the Mathematics Department decides to award an assistantship, in most cases you will be notified by the Mathematics Department about the same time you are notified of your admission to the program.
- Ph.D. in Mathematics
- Ph.D. in Mathematics Education
- M.S. in Mathematics (may be combined with M.S. in Computer Science)
- M.S. in Mathematics Education
The College of Arts and Sciences also offers M.S. in Applied Statistics.
University Funding Options
Graduate Teaching Assistantships
Graduate teaching assistantships in the Mathematics Department (for those who, on the basis of their spoken English, have been cleared to teach) carry a stipend (2011-2012) ranging from $16,742 to $19,284 for the academic year, the latter amount being for those assistants who have passed the Qualifying Examination. Teaching Assistantships are accompanied by a tuition scholarship for 24 credit hours.
The normal obligation for teaching assistants is equivalent to one or two sections of a mathematics course per semester, (usually only one preparation), but no more than 15 hours of service per week. Teaching assistants who grade rather than teach, receive a minimum stipend of $15,194. Teaching assistantships are generally renewed each year by the Mathematics Department (with the concurrence of the Graduate School), as long as the student executes his/her teaching duties competently and continues to make satisfactory progress toward a graduate degree in Mathematics.
Command of English is an important criterion in the awarding of teaching assistantships. Complete information regarding scholarships and assistantships is contained in the Prospectus issued by the Graduate School. Assistantships are awarded on a rolling basis. There is no deadline for being considered for a teaching assistantship.
Additional summer support (in the form of teaching assistantships and/or fellowships), is usually available for continuing graduate students who have completed at least one semester of graduate study in our Mathematics Department. In summer 2010, this support averaged over $3,200 per student.
May be available to advanced graduate students working in conjunction with faculty with grant support. Availability changes from year to year.
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Mark Kleiner, Professor
Associate Chair for Graduate Studies
Syracuse NY 13244-1150
Joanna O. Masingila, Professor
Coordinator of Mathematics Education
Syracuse NY 13244-1150