The Graduate School Advance to a Higher Degree

Mathematics

Supported Degree Objectives


  • Master of Science (MS)
  • Graduate Certificate
  • Non Degree

Required Supporting Documents


  • Transcripts
  • Recommendation Letters
    • At least two of your letters of recommendation should be from professors familiar with your work in quantitative courses. If it has been more than five years since your undergraduate degree, these may be replaced by letters from current or recent work supervisors.
  • Statement of Purpose
  • English Proficiency (Non-native English speaking international applicants: choose a test below)
    • TOEFL: Internet-Based Test (IBT): Minimum Overall Required Score: 80
      • Minimum section requirements:
        • Reading: 19
        • Listening: 14
        • Speaking: 18
        • Writing: 18
    • TOEFL: Paper-Delivered Test: Minimum Overall Required Score: No minimum
      • Minimum section requirements:
        • Reading: 19
        • Listening: 14
        • Writing: 18
    • IELTS (Academic Module): Minimum Overall Required Score: 6.5
      • Minimum section requirements:
        • Reading: 6.5
        • Listening: 6.0
        • Speaking: 6.0
        • Writing: 5.5
    • ELS - Certificate Level 112

Master's Degree Program Requirements


  • Cumulative Grade Point Average from most recently conferred undergraduate, graduate, or professional degree:
    • 3.0 or equivalent (A=4.0)

Application Deadlines


  • Fall Spring Summer
    June 30 November 15 Rolling U.S. Citizen
    May 1 September 15 No Entry International

Program Contact Information


  • Name William D. Weakley
    Phone 260-481-6233
    Email weakley@pfw.edu
    Web Program Website
    Address Office of Graduate Studies
    PFW, Kettler Hall, Room 140
    2101 East Coliseum Boulevard
    Fort Wayne, IN 46805
    USA

Additional Information


  • Teaching assistantships, and a few research assistantships, are our forms of financial assistance. Teaching assistantships require the teaching of two precalculus courses each semester, so these require an excellent command of spoken and written English. To be considered for a TA, a non-native English speaker should apply at least a month before the deadline and must provide substantial evidence of English proficiency, including TOEFL and a score of at least 50 on the Test of Spoken English, or equivalent.

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