Welcome to the Graduate Programs webpage of the Department of Mathematics at the University of Michigan!
The Michigan Mathematics Department has consistently been ranked as one of the top ten Mathematics Departments in the country.
During 2016-2017 there were 169 Math graduate students, of whom 50 were women. Approximately 80% of graduate students were enrolled in the Ph.D. program. Over 130 of these students received support from the Department in the form of Graduate Student Instructorships, Graduate Student Research Assistantships, and fellowships. During the years 2007-2017 the Department awarded over 230 Ph.D. degrees.
The Michigan Mathematics Department offers Ph.D. programs in:
The Michigan Mathematics Department offers Master's programs in:
- Actuarial Mathematics
- Applied and Interdisciplinary Mathematics
- Quantitative Finance and Risk Management
Please click the program you are interested in for information on applying and program requirements.
Alexander Zaitzeff is a fourth year Ph.D. student in Applied and Interdisciplinary Mathematics. Alexander and his wife, Kenzie, enjoy playing Dragons and Dungeons and other tabletop games together. Alexander's hobbies include reading books, playing video games, playing raquetball, and studying data science. Alexander does Spanish translation for his congregation at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Alexander's favorite vacation is going to the Kalahari Water Park in Ohio. Alexander enjoys movies by Hayao Miyazaki and listens to orchestral and electronic Baroque-style music. An interesting fact about Alexander is that he owns a hamster. We are so pleased to have Alexander in our department!
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