Each student must prepare a Ph.D. dissertation guided by his/her adviser. The adviser must be selected from the graduate faculty members of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics. The details of thesis preparation and presentation should be discussed with adviser
Graduate School forms and resources related to thesis and dissertations:
Once all requirements have been met, students need to submit a Final Review Approval and Notice of Completion form in order to graduate.
- Final Review Approval – Obtain sign-off from advisory committee chair.
- Notice of completion – Completed form should be submitted after all requirements have been met.
Please note: this represents the program handbook for the 2022-2023 academic year only. For an archived version of a previous year's handbook, or to obtain a hard copy of this current year's program handbook, please contact the program director.