Math Graduate Programs

Information on all Mathematics and Statistics graduate programs may be found on the AU Bulletin. Prospective students may learn more about admissions on our Prospective Graduate Students page.

Master of Applied Mathematics (Non-Thesis)

This program gives students a strong foundation in one of several fundamental areas of applied mathematics. It is a flexible degree with courses (some of which may be relevant courses offered by other departments) being chosen in conjunction with the advisory committee. Learn more on the AU Bulletin.

Master of Science in Mathematics (Thesis)

This program develops students' content knowledge through coursework and provides the opportunity to delve deeper into an area of mathematics through the writing of a thesis. Learn more on the AU Bulletin.

Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematics

This program is designed to give students a thorough understanding of a broad body of knowledge related to their field of study, as well as to develop their research capabilities. Learn more on the AU Bulletin.