The University of Rhode Island offers programs leading to an M.S. or a Ph.D. degree in Mathematics. The Mathematics Department's research areas include Difference Equations, Combinatorics, Numerical Analysis and solution of PDE's, Control Theory, and Analysis. We welcome promising students of mathematics from any undergraduate major who have the requisite minimum background in mathematics. Our individualized programs of studies, in addition to courses in mathematics, may include courses in computer science, engineering, and other applied areas. Most of our graduate students are supported by Teaching Assistantships which involve classroom teaching in a progressive undergraduate program with increasing use of modern computer technology. Our graduate students praise the friendly and supportive atmosphere of the department.

The University of Rhode Island is located in a scenic resort area of Southern New England with easy access to Providence, Boston, and New York.

- Graduate Student Guidelines / Checklist

- Graduate Courses and Programs of Study

- Key Contacts at the Department of Mathematics

- Mathematics Program Requirements

- Graduate Admission & Registration

- General Admission & Program Requirements

- Apply Online through the Graduate School

- Mathematics Department Program Assessment

- Ph.D. Theses in the Mathematics Department (link works on campus)