Mathematics & Computer Science

Graduate Application Process

Requirements

No specific courses are required for admission, but it is expected that the equivalent of an undergraduate major in mathematics or in computer science with a strong emphasis in mathematics will have been completed. The complete application consists of the application form, transcripts of all previous academic work at or beyond the undergraduate level, letters of recommendation from three college instructors familiar with the applicant's ability and performance, and GRE scores (if available--these are strongly recommended but not required). Students whose native language is not English should provide TOEFL scores. There is no application fee. Applications should be submitted by February 15 in order to receive full consideration, but requests for admission from outstanding candidates are welcome at any time. Preference is given to applicants for the Ph. D. program. The admission process may include an interview, either in person or by Skype. A visit to campus is strongly recommended for its value in determining the suitability of the program for the applicant.

Application materials

Please complete the following on-line application form and upload all of the supplemental materials to:

On-line graduate application form.

You must submit this form electronically; do not mail it to us. After completing this form, you will be returned to this page.

Requirements:

  • Statement of Purpose
  • Three letters of recommendation. Please be sure your letter writers' email addresses are correct as they will be automatically prompted to upload their letters upon submission of your application.
  • Official transcript(s) for undergraduate and/or graduate studies

Recommended materials:

  • Graduate Record Exam (GRE). For GRE score reporting, Wesleyan University's institution code is 3959. The mathematics department code is 0703.
  • TOEFL scores if you are an international prospective student.

 

You are responsible for submission of the on-line application and supplemental materials by 15 February.

Further inquires may be sent Caryn Canalia or to the Main Office.