All documents containing departmental information, graduate program descriptions and application forms are available on line. Here is a summary of sites you will find helpful:
On-line Graduate School Application Forms
This site contains all forms needed to apply to our graduate programs. Everything can be filled out on line and submitted electronically. You can also print the completed forms and send them by regular mail.
Applicants are encouraged to send/e-mail any additional material (CV, research papers and preprints, etc.) that may bolster their applications directly to the graduate coordinator, Ricardo Cortez.
The Institution Code for both GRE and TOEFL is 6173.
PhD applicants are required to submit scores from the GRE Mathematics subject test and are also encouraged to submit scores from the GRE general test.
Masters applicants are required to submit scores from either the GRE Mathematics subject test or from the GRE general test, or from both.
The deadline is February 15th of each year for those requesting financial aid. Financial aids are only available for PhD students. Applications for admission without financial aid are due by June 1st for the fall semester and November 1st for the spring semester. Later applications will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis.
General Information about the Mathematics Department
Includes a brief history, annual events, facilities and location.
Specific information about the Mathematics Graduate Programs
This site contains detailed descriptions of the Masters and Ph.D. programs in mathematics, degree requirements, sample qualifying exams, information about our graduate students and more.
Read descriptions of the graduate courses offered by the mathematics department.
Going to Graduate School in the Mathematical Sciences
This is a brochure written for undergraduate students thinking about the possibility of going to gradaute school. It contains information on how to decide where to apply, how to choose the right program for you, career opportunities, and more.
After looking through the web pages, if you feel that your questions were not answered or if you had trouble downloading material, please do one of the following:
6823 St. Charles Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70118
Mathematics Department, 424 Gibson Hall, New Orleans, LA 70118 504-865-5727 firstname.lastname@example.org