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Computational Math - Admissions

To Apply

First Step: Online Application and GRE reporting:

Summer and Fall 2015 applicants must fill out and submit a Duquesne online application form:

Online Application for U.S. citizens and permanent residents (or Green Card holders)

Online Application for International applicants (not citizens, permanent residents, or Green Card holders)

For GRE score reports, the Duquesne code is 2196, department code 0703.

Spring 2016 applications only, please use this application: online application for Spring 2016 only.

Second Step: Sending of Additional Materials

Your additional application materials -- the three letters of
recommendation, all transcripts, and statement of purpose - should be
sent online through Interfolio. The link is available at www.interfolio.com. You will
find Duquesne listed as a university to which Interfolio sends
materials. We require three letters of recommendation, one of which
should be from an academic source.

If you are unable to send the materials via Interfolio, you may send
these additional application materials by mail (the letter of
recommendation form must be downloaded from the Letter
of Recommendation Form
to send to your references). If you are
sending materials via mail, the materials should be sent to:

McAnulty College and Graduate School of Liberal Arts
Graduate Office
Duquesne University
600 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15282


Application Deadlines

Applications for admission as a degree candidate with financial assistance consideration should be submitted no later than March 1st for the academic year beginning in the following September.  Candidates applying for admission without financial assistance consideration may apply up to two months prior to the beginning of the term in which the student desires to begin graduate work. Students applying without financial assistance consideration may apply for federal financial aid.

Graduate assistantships are available to outstanding candidates.

Non-degree Applicants

Non-degree students may earn up to six credits in the program. Non-degree admission is based on a review of transcripts for previous academic work. A TOEFL score report is also required for students for whom English is not a primary language. Once admitted to the program as a non-degree student, enrollment in specific courses requires consultation with the graduate director and/or the course instructors.

To apply on-line as a non-degree seeking student, click on the "Apply now" link below and fill out the "Graduate Non-degree" application. There is no application fee for on-line applications.

Application Deadlines

Non-degree applicants may apply up to one month prior to the beginning of the term in which the student desires to begin graduate work. For the fall semester, such applications are due August 1.

Apply now (for U.S. Citizens and Permanent Residents)

Fill out "Graduate Non-degree" application.