Department of Mathematics

Colorado State University

Graduate Program Handbook

 

Policies and Procedures of the Mathematics Graduate Program


Department of Mathematics
Colorado State University
Louis R. Weber Building
841 Oval Drive
Fort Collins, CO 80523-1874

Welcome to the Mathematics Graduate Program at Colorado State University!

The Department of Mathematics is part of the College of Natural Sciences along with seven other departments, including Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Psychology, Physics, and Statistics.

The Mathematics Graduate Program has approximately 70 graduate students, many of whom are supported by graduate teaching assistantships. Greater detail regarding the department, our programs, and the research interests of our faculty can be found on our web site:

mathematics.colostate.edu

The Table of Contents is provided to assist you in navigating this document.

Disclaimer:

Every effort is made for this document to be clear and concise, and as policies and procedures change this document will be updated in a timely manner. However, please keep in mind that updates cannot be made immediately. Please inform us if you should discover that something is not clear or has been omitted.

Updated March 3, 2020