Admission to the AIM M.S. Program
The GRE Rescaled Mathematics Subject Test is required for admission to the AIM M.S. program. Applicants not majoring in mathematics should seriously consider submitting in addition scores from a GRE subject test in their major area.
Admission to the AIM M.S. program is determined by the AIM Graduate Committee and the Associate Chair for Graduate Studies in the Department of Mathematics. Successful applicants will demonstrate an interest in an interdisciplinary area of applied mathematics in addition to substantial mathematical ability.
To apply, please visit the Admissions page in the Department of Mathematics. Note that the material on that page under the heading of GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION refers to the Mathematics M.S. and Ph.D. programs, not to the AIM degree programs. Students applying for the Marjorie Lee Browne Scholars program should mark the appropriate box on the application form.
With the exception of applicants accepted into the Marjorie Lee Browne Scholars Program, there is unfortunately no financial support available from the Department of Mathematics for students applying
to the AIM M.S. Program. Applicants are strongly encouraged to seek other sources of funding.