Graduate Programs
Fact Sheets
 Master of Science in Mathematics
 Master of Science in Statistics
 Master of Science in Actuarial Science
 Master of Science in Bioinformatics and Computational Biology
 Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematics
 Doctor of Philosophy in Statistics
Graduate Admissions
 Graduate Admissions Information
 Graduate Admissions FAQ
 PhD Dissertations in Mathematics
 PhD Dissertations in Statistics
 Positions of Mathematics PhD Graduates
 Positions of Statistics PhD Graduates
Financial Support
Graduate Teaching Assistantships are available to students admitted to the Ph.D. degree program, with nationally competitive stipends. Tuition (9 credit hours per term) and most fees for Graduate Teaching Assistants are covered in a separate award. For applicants desiring a Graduate Teaching Assistantship, complete applications should be received by January 15 for firstround consideration. Advanced Ph.D. students in our program also qualify for Graduate Research Assistantships available on some faculty members research grants.
Degree Plans
The Department of Mathematical Sciences at the University of Texas at Dallas offers the following graduate degree plans.
 Graduate Certificate in Data Science

Master of Science in Actuarial Science – Program Description
 Master of Science in Bioinformatics and Computational Biology offered jointly by the Departments of Mathematical Sciences and Biological Sciences

Master of Science in Mathematics with specializations in
 Applied Mathematics
 Data Science
 Mathematics for Decision and Engineering Sciences
 Mathematics

Master of Science in Statistics with specializations in
 Applied Statistics
 Data Science
 Statistics
 The Fast Track BS/MS degree program provides the opportunity for undergraduate students to satisfy some of the requirements of the master’s degree while they are completing the bachelor’s degree in Mathematics.
 Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematics
 Doctor of Philosophy in Statistics
Graduate Courses
 You can find a complete list of all courses by semester on CourseBook, together with syllabi, textbook list, course evaluations, and instructor C.V.’s.

Course listings in the Graduate Catalog
A Supportive Environment
We support our students through
 A Mathematics and Statistics Colloquium

Active seminars in

A SIAM Student Chapter focusing on
 Professional Development
 Networking Opportunities
Our alumni are employed in industry and academia.