The Department of Mathematics offers four degrees: Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Master of Arts (M.A.), Master of Applied Mathematical Sciences (M.A.M.S.), and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), as well as a Double Dawgs 5-year program which combines the B.S. and M.A. in Mathematics.
Looking for a bright and engaged community? This is the place for you. In 2017, 37% of graduating mathematics majors reported attending graduate school after graduation.
The Department hosts the Research and Training Group AGANT, generously supported by a $2,000,000.- grant from the National Science Foundation. Browse through some of the published articles of our graduate students.
We celebrated in 2018 the 70th anniversary of our PhD program. The first PhD in mathematics at UGA was awarded to William Peeples in 1951. Shirley McBay was the first woman to be awarded a PhD in our department in 1966. She was also the first African-American to receive a PhD in any field at UGA.
Department Head: William Graham
Associate Head: Jason Cantarella
Graduate Coordinator: Pete L. Clark
Undergraduate Coordinator: Maurice D. Hendon
Calculus Coordinator: Jennifer Royal
Precalculus Coordinator: Kelly Black
We, the faculty of the Department of Mathematics at the University of Georgia, aim to provide an inclusive departmental culture that welcomes and respects all members of the mathematical community. Providing a safe environment and a nurturing atmosphere for our students is a foundational part of our departmental mission in teaching and research. Harassment and discrimination have no place in our department.