The Mathematics Ph.D. program involves students in a range of pure and applied mathematics fields while providing financial support. They learn to carry out original research and explain their results effectively in both presentations and written articles.
Master's degrees are available for Ph.D. candidates who have taken 30 credit hours and passed their candidacy examinations. The department offers a Master of Science in Applied Mathematics, usually for students in other Ph.D. programs.
Department of Mathematics
255 Hurley Hall
University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, IN 46556-0369
Director of Graduate Studies:
Research Centers and Institutes
- Center for Mathematics
- Mathematical and Computational Biology Group
- Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic
Tips for Applying for Graduate School in Mathematics
Notre Dame alumna Sami Assaf provides tips for anyone interested in applying to graduate school in mathematics.