The Department of Mathematics at Iowa State University offers a Postbaccalaureate Certificate in Mathematics. This is a one year program.
The Postbaccalaureate Certificate in Mathematics is a program that offers students who have received a Bachelor’s degrees one year of training and preparation for entering a PhD program in Mathematics. The main goal of the program is to prepare students to be successful in graduate studies in mathematics and to experience graduate school. The program provides a path to study in both pure and applied mathematics. The program provides a means for those trained in pure mathematics to transition to applied mathematics, in addition to strengthening the background for those continuing in either specialty
In this program students will take four graduate courses, serve as teaching assistants in undergraduate courses, get ample mentoring from the department’s faculty and graduate students, attend conferences, and receive professional development to aid in applying to graduate programs (or jobs, if appropriate).
The program was started by Michael Young and Bernard Lidický in 2018.
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Supported by State University – John Deere annual allocation – Math Bridges
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