Assistantships and Financial Assistance
Full-time graduate students are eligible for financial assistance, primarily in the form of graduate assistantships, which can be extended throughout the summer. Graduate assistantships include a generous stipend plus health insurance and complete tuition remission. Information on other forms of financial aid, such as student loans or work-study programs, is available from the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships.
Application and Deadlines
The Mathematics, M.S. program accepts graduate applications for the fall, spring and summer terms with a rolling admission.
Applicants to the Mathematics, M.S. program must:
Step 1: Meet UTC Graduate School's admission requirements, including a baccalaureate degree completed before the start of graduate coursework.
Step 2: Have contact information for two professional references ready for the online recommendation form.
Step 3: Submit a graduate application through the UTC application portal.
Step 4: Request and submit Official Transcripts from every college attended.
Step 5: If an applicant is also applying for an assistantship, GRE Verbal and Quantitative scores must also be submitted.