Welcome to the information page for the NMSU Department of Mathematical Sciences Graduate Program
New Mexico State University is located in Las Cruces NM, a city of about 100,000. Las Cruces has been placed on several lists of the best small cities to live in the United States. The climate and surrounding nature are beautiful and offer a variety of outdoor activities options including hiking at the Organ Mountain and White Sands National Parks. Or, you can take advantage of the many facilities the university has to offer for swimming, golf, tennis, and more. Living and seeking entertainment in Las Cruces is still much more affordable than even the National averages. The university is also in close proximity (40 miles North) to the large urban center of El Paso, Texas; one of the safest large cities in the United States.
- Prospective Graduate
- Degree Requirements
- NMSU Catalog
- Mathematical Sciences Catalog Listing
- Mathematics Graduate Student Handbook
- Two-year rotation plan: 2019-2020
Prospective Graduate Students
The Department of Mathematical Sciences offers both M.S. and Ph.D. degrees. We currently have about 40 graduate students and 22 tenure-track faculty members. Most of our graduate students are supported by full assistantships valued at $17,800 – $18,400, not including tuition, for the 2017-2018 academic year. The department has active research groups in the following areas:
- Applied Mathematics
- History of Mathematics
- Logic and Foundations
- Mathematics Education
How to Apply
Students need to submit an application through the university’s NMSU Graduate Admissions at http://gradadmissions.nmsu.edu. Please read the application instructions carefully.
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