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Graduate Study

The University of Louisville Department of Mathematics is a research-oriented department that prides itself on delivering first-rate graduate instruction.  With over twenty-five full-time faculty members, graduate students have the opportunity to take courses that cover a wide spectrum of mathematics and its applications.

Graduate students conduct original research, gain a mastery of a wide spectrum of applied mathematics, and learn practical applications of skills developed within our program.
This program offers a blend of advanced mathematical and statistical knowledge with the experience to apply that knowledge. Students completing the program have a unique perspective from which they can see the whole of mathematics integrated with applied and industrial needs.  A broad and rigorous mathematical core combined with customized application electives and an industrial internship prepares students with life-long career skills in teaching, research and industry. Many of our graduates have followed industrial careers working at companies like Aegon, Fifth-Third Bank, Humana, Mercer and WellPoint; others have pursued academic careers as faculty for regional colleges and universities such as Bellarmine University, Centre College, Manchester University, Marion College, University of Louisville Department of Biostatistics, and the University of Tennessee at Martin.

For more information on our graduate programs, please contact

Professor Ryan Gill, the program's Graduate Advisor, at (502) 852-2729 or at ryan.gill@louisville.edu.
or
Professor André Kézdy, the program’s Director of Graduate Studies, at (502) 852-5986 or at kezdy@louisville.edu.


Research Opportunities

Graduate students in our programs have the opportunity to work with faculty who are active scholars in a wide variety of mathematics and it applications. The department has particular strengths in Analysis, Algebra, Differential Equations, Discrete Math, Dynamical Systems, Financial Mathematics, Functional Equations, Logic, Set Theory, Probability, Statistics, and Topology. The Department  maintains an active colloquium series with talks given by visiting mathematicians, statisticians and scientists.  The Mathematics Department also runs a very successful Actuarial Program.

Click here for a full list of faculty and  their research interests: http://www.math.louisville.edu/people/index.html

Click here for a sample of dissertations completed by graduate students:

http://ir.library.louisville.edu/math_etd/



   
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