1. General Information
(1.1) The Department of Mathematics offers the following degrees: Master of Science (M.S.) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.).
(1.2) This handbook provides information on both the M.S. program and the Ph.D. program in Mathematics. It is intended for the use of faculty as well as prospective and current graduate students. Other information and regulations concerning graduate study are contained in the University's Graduate Catalog.
(1.3) Students in any of the degree programs are expected to remain in good standing. In addition to meeting University requirements, to remain in good standing, students must, by the end of the first year and each semester thereafter, maintain a GPA of at least 3.0 in course work included in their program of study and, separately, in such course work taken in the Mathematics Department. Students must also maintain satisfactory progress toward their degree as discussed in (2.5.1) and (3.10). Students are also expected to receive at least a B in any course taken to remedy deficiencies in their background, usually in connection with their admission as a provisional student.
(1.4) Graduate Faculty List (to be added).