- Areas of study (Math): Algebra, Algebraic Geometry, Real and Complex Analysis, Differential Geometry, Topology, Statistics
- Areas of study (Statistics): Mathematical Statistics and Asymptotic Theory, Functional Data Analysis, Probability and Applied Probability, Statistical Computing for Massive Data, Bayesian Methodology, Statistics in Medicine, Survival Analysis, Post-Selection Inference, Statistics in Finance
Application Deadline: December 31, 2016
Director of Graduate Studies: Professor Mohan Kumar
Graduate programs in the mathematics department fall within the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Washington University. The following links are available at the GraduateSchool site:
- Dissertation and Thesis Templates
- Doctoral Dissertation Guide
- Graduate School Bulletin
- Policies and Guides
- Forms, Academic and Enrollment Services
Washington University is a medium-sized university dedicated to research and to high quality teaching. It is located in St. Louis, Missouri. The St. Louis metropolitan area, with approximately two and one half million people, offers the amenities and stimulation of urban life. The university's setting amidst quiet, tree-lined streets, provides tranquility and comfort that are suitable to scholarly life.
The University's five undergraduate schools and eight graduate/professional schools, coupled with excellent facilities and a solid financial base (among the top ten endowments in the country), make Washington University a leader in modern higher education.
We will begin accepting applications in early September 2016 for the Fall 2017-2018 academic year. You can use the online application link to apply. Our application deadline for our Master's in Mathematics and Statistics and Ph.D. in Mathematics and Statistics is December 31, 2016. Master's degree programs are self-supported.
See what Ph.D. recipients have accomplished within the past 25 years here.
Department of Mathematics
One Brookings Drive, Campus Box 1146
Cupple 1, Room 100
St. Louis, MO 63130-4899
For electronic resources provided for Graduate Students by the Department of Mathematics, see the side-bar menu of this page. For a thesis/dissertation LaTeX style files/guide see sample-thesis-mathematics.zip prepared by Ph.D. candidate Yao Xie in November 2014.
For electronic resources provided by the WUSTL Graduate School, visit:
- graduateschool.wustl.edu which houses the Graduate School Bulletin, a Graduate Student Handbook, Forms, Policies & Guides (including a Doctoral Dissertation Guide and a Master's Thesis Guide);
- The Lieberman Graduate Center at gradcenter.wustl.edu.