College of Science and Engineering
Amiran, Edoh Y., PhD, differential geometry, smooth dynamical systems.
Anderson, Amy D., PhD, statistical genetics.
Barnard, Richard C., PhD, numerical optimization, nonsmooth analysis.
Benyi, Arpad, PhD, harmonic analysis, partial differential equations.
Berget, Andrew S., PhD, algebraic and geometric combinatorics.
Borowski, Rebecca, PhD, elementary and middle grades mathematics education.
Chan, Victor, PhD, reliability, applied statistics.
Cohen, Jessica, PhD, secondary mathematics education.
Curgus, Branko, PhD, differential equations, operator theory.
Glimm, Tilmann, PhD, mathematical biology, geometric optics.
Hartenstine, David A., PhD, partial differential equations.
McDowall, Stephen R., PhD, inverse problems.
Meier, Jeffrey, PhD, low-dimensional topology, knot theory.
Nimtz, Jen, PhD, mathematics education introductory college mathematics teaching and learning.
Noguchi, Kimihiro, PhD, nonparametric statistics.
Nyman, Adam, PhD, algebraic geometry, ring theory.
Pei, Yuan, PhD, partial differential equations, numerical analysis, fluid dynamics, mathematical biology.
Piyadi Gamage, Ramadha, PhD, nonparametric statistics.
Rupe, Kathryn M., PhD, elementary and middle grades mathematics education.
Sarkar, Amites, PhD, combinatorics, probability theory, graph theory.
Smit Vega Garcia, Mariana, PhD, analysis, partial differential equations.
Treneer, Stephanie, PhD, modular forms, number theory.
Ypma, Tjalling J., DPhil, numerical analysis.
Zhang, Jianying, PhD, numerical partial differential equations.
Program Advisor: Dr. Edoh Amiran, Bond Hall 220, 360-650-3487
The graduate program in mathematics is designed to meet the requirements of subsequent professional and academic work in advanced mathematics. Students are prepared to continue to further graduate studies or for professional employment in industry or in college teaching. The focus is on providing a strong and broad analytical foundation, together with sufficient flexibility to pursue particular interests and areas of application in greater depth.
The program prepares students for:
- Continuing further graduate studies, or
- Professional employment in industry, or
- College teaching.
To be eligible for admission to the MS program in mathematics, a student should have completed at least the following courses or the equivalent with grades of B or better: Math 224, 304, 312, 331, CS 141 or Math 307, and two math courses at the 400 level.
A student who has not completed all of these courses but who can demonstrate strong promise of the ability to succeed in the program may be admitted with special stipulations. In such cases, the graduate advisor will, in consultation with the student, specify the conditions to be satisfied by the student in order to fully qualify for the program.
Program Application/Admission Requirements
Deadline: Please see Graduate School deadlines.
TA Deadline: Preferred consideration will be given to applicants who have completed files by March 1.
Contact the mathematics department, 360-650-3785, or see its website at mathematics.wwu.edu/graduate-program for specifics.
Graduate School Admission Link