Why study Mathematics?

The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) program in Mathematical Sciences represents achievement of a broad knowledge of the various branches of mathematics, of the ability to communicate mathematics in both written and oral form, and of a demonstrated creative ability in a particular branch of mathematics. 

Most of our PhD students receive full financial support (tuition remission and a Graduate Assistantship or fellowship), and most are supported through their entire UC career. Travel support is available for students to attend or present their work at conferences.  

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Admission Requirements

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The program prepares students for careers in academia and as professional mathematicians. Students have the opportunity to work with some of the world's leading experts in a variety of research areas.

Proficiency in English is expected of international students whose native language is not English. To learn about the required score, please visit here

The University of Cincinnati and all regional campuses are accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.

Contact Information

Dr. Robert Buckingham
French Hall West
2815 Commons Way
Cincinnati, OH 45221-0025
(513) 556-4085

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Program Code: 15DOC-MATH-PHD