The University of Rochester department of Mathematics invites you to pursue a PhD with our well-respected faculty. The department has active research groups in:
- Algebra and number theory
- Probability, Ergodic Theory, Mathematical Physics
The university is located on a tree-covered campus in upstate New York. We maintain small class sizes with a high level of interaction between students and faculty. Our graduate students also gain valuable professional experience by working with our innovative undergraduate program, including WeBWorK.
See what Rochester alumni are doing now by visiting our graduate alumni page.
The department is not currently accepting applications for the master’s degree. However, doctoral students can receive a master’s degree on the way to their Ph.D. Sometimes, qualified University of Rochester undergraduates are admitted into a terminal master's program. If interested, please contact the directors of graduate studies Allan Greenleaf and Sevak Mkrtchyan.
For general information about our programs, please contact our graduate coordinator Kimberly Toal.