Explore our Graduate Program
The American Mathematical Society has ranked our graduate program in the top group of U.S. research departments. The department has distinguished research groups in algebra, analysis, topology, geometry, combinatorics, probability, number theory, and mathematical biology. We are large enough to provide the quality and breadth required for a major research department, yet small enough so that graduate students have close interactions with the faculty.
The Mathematics Department at the University of Oregon offers a PhD in Mathematics. Our program includes about 30 tenure-line faculty members and 65 graduate students.
Funding your Graduate Studies
The majority of graduate students in the Department of Mathematics are funded through Graduate Employee (GE) appointments in teaching or research. Students can also seek funding for their research through the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship and the Theodore Palmer Award.
Connect With Other Graduate Students
We cultivate a thriving graduate community through a variety of programs, from weekly seminars and regular social events with faculty to student-run programs for first-year graduate students.