To apply to become a graduate student in the Department of Mathematics, follow these steps:
Apply for admission to the Toulouse Graduate School through ApplyTexas.org (the fee is $75). Official transcripts and GRE scores must be submitted. Transcripts should be mailed to the graduate school and GRE scores should be sent to UNT, not to the department. The general GRE is required. The math subject GRE is recommended but not required.
As a separate step in the application process, please email your CV, a statement of purpose, and arrange to have at least three letters of recommendation sent to the Director of Graduate Studies at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications to enter the program beginning in the Fall semester will be reviewed starting early the preceding Spring, so it is best to apply by January 15. However, the graduate school will accept applications until June 15. Applications to enter the program beginning in the Spring semester will be reviewed until November 15, and it is best to apply by October 15.
A well-qualified applicant will have the equivalent of an undergraduate degree with a major in mathematics from UNT. The precise requirements for a major in mathematics can be found Undergraduate Catalog. An applicant should have completed foundational courses in Calculus, Linear Algebra, and Differential Equations, as well as the equivalent of at least seven, one-semester, upper-division mathematics courses. Students without this background may be provisionally admitted by the Mathematics Department if their record of achievement indicates they will be able to successfully pursue a graduate degree in mathematics. Students admitted provisionally by the department may be required to make up any deficiencies upon enrolling at UNT.
The mathematics graduate program requires applicants to submit a quantitative, a verbal, and a written GRE score from the general GRE exam. These scores should be at most three years old. It is also strongly encouraged that applicants submit a mathematics GRE subject exam score.
There are additional requirements for international students. Links to more information specifically for international students may be found here.