Please use the links below to find out more about Current Mathematics classes, advising, registration, stipends, scholarships, courses, financial aid, and other Baylor graduate resources.
The annual charge for Baylor's basic health insurance is $1,380. Additional health insurance rates such as rates for other family members: https://www.academichealthplans.com/baylor/2007-2008/pdf/Baylor_View_Rates_2007_2008.pdf
For graduate students that teach an undergraduate mathematics class, the annual charge for health insurance is $200/year. Please be aware of the requirements regarding health insurance found here.
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|Baylor Graduate School Catalog|
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|Paul L. Foster Success Center||Baylor Graduate School Faculty|
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|Baylor Grad School Intent to Graduate Online Form|
A graduate assistantship consists of a stipend amount of $19,000 for twelve months and full tuition remission, which pays for three courses per semester. If you complete your application to the graduate program (either M.S. or Ph.D.), you will automatically be considered for a graduate assistantship - no addition application procedure is necessary. Only applicants with the highest GRE scores and the best mathematical background are likely to be offered a graduate assistantship. The average GRE total (verbal plus quantitative) for a fully funded student (getting both a stipend and full tuition remission) is over 1330. Graduate assistants normally work 15 hours per week in the mathematics laboratory or teach one course.