Mathematics Graduate Programs
The Department of Mathematics at Drexel University offers an MS and a PhD in Mathematics. Our graduate Math programs rank among the top 100 graduate mathematics programs in the country, according to U.S. News & World Report.
Departmental research interests include mathematical biology, combinatorics, matrix and operator theory, geometry, optics, probability, numerical analysis and partial differential equations.
How to Apply
Interested applicants of a Drexel graduate degree in Mathematics should use the online application found on the Office of Graduate Admissions website. The application deadline for the fall quarter is January 15th. The GRE general/subject test is optional.
The FAQs webpage includes common questions and answers about the program for those interested in a Math graduate degree. The faculty research areas webpage has a list of the research topics within the department.
Inquiries about admissions and requirements of the Master’s in Mathematics:
Graduate Program Manager
Korman Center - Room 295
General inquiries about the Master of Science in Mathematics:
Gideon Simpson, PhD
Graduate Program Adviser
Korman Center - Room 262
Learn more about the Graduate Degrees in Mathematics
Master of Science in Mathematics
PhD in Mathematics