Name of the program: Doctorate in Mathematical Science Specialty DGP Code: 111610 Normal period to graduate: 8 semesters Credits: 215 Degree conferring: Doctor of Science (Mathematics) Campus where it is offered: Hermosillo
To train personnel with a high academic level and ample and sufficient knowledge in the contents, theories and methods of the main branches of mathematics, with skills for autonomous study and understanding of the results and advances of modern mathematical research.
Prepare human resources able to perform consulting and mathematical support in research and development projects in the different disciplines of a scientific and technological nature.
Train trained personnel to carry out original and independent research in the field of mathematics and its applications.
Prepare qualified human resources to carry out teaching tasks at the university and postgraduate levels.
Contribute to the improvement of mathematics education levels in northwestern Mexico.
Promote and strengthen research in mathematics in northwestern Mexico.
Consolidate the basic training of students in the main branches of mathematics.
Prepare trained personnel for the autonomous exercise of research work in mathematics.
Prepare personnel, endowed with extensive knowledge of the main branches of modern mathematics, to develop teaching tasks at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Prepare trained personnel to participate in multidisciplinary research programs and projects.
Prepare personnel with high capacity for work and innovation to participate in the study and solution of problems of a mathematical nature emanating from problems of social interest.
Prepare trained personnel to perform advisory and mathematical support in research or development projects in other disciplines.
What Will Your Competencies Be When You Finish The Program?
Graduates of the Postgraduate Program with the degree of Doctor of Science (Mathematics) will have the following attributes:
A high level of education in mathematics.
Capacity for autonomous research in relevant problems of mathematics.
Ability to apply mathematical knowledge in other disciplines of a scientific or technological nature.
Ability to train human resources at a higher level in the mathematical discipline.
Ability to communicate, orally and in writing, concepts and mathematical theories to researchers in the area, as well as specialists in other areas of scientific knowledge.
According to the research project and with the prior authorization of the Thesis Director, the student may study in the semester that determines optional subjects.
From the third semester the student will enroll in the Thesis Advance Exhibition Seminar. The evaluation of its performance will be in charge of its Thesis Committee. According to the result, the program coordinator records in the student's file the credits approved under the following criteria: A total of 20 credits must be approved in a no longer period to 6 semesters, in at least 4 presentations.
List of subjects
Mathematical Analysis I
Complex Variable I
Ordinary differential equations
Stochastic Models I
Modern Algebra I
Mathematical Analysis II
Differential Geometry I
Functional Analysis I
Functional Analysis II
Selected Topics of Mathematical Analysis
Complex Variable II
Selected Topics of Complex Variable
Theory of Sets and Logic
Modern Algebra II
Selected Topics of Algebra
Differential Geometry II
Selected Topics of Geometry and Topology
Equations in Partial Derivatives
Selected Topics of Differential Equations
Stochastic Models II
Selected Probability Issues
Selected Topics of Stochastic Processes
Selected Topics of Statistics
Selected Optimization Topics
Theory of Control
Selected Topics of Numerical Analysis
Selected Topics of Applied Mathematics
Applied Mathematics Methods
Asymptotic Methods for Differential Equations
Linear Numerical Algebra
Numerical Partial Differential Equations
Partial Differential Equations of First Order
Selected Topics of Partial Differential Equations
Research Seminar I
Research Seminar II
Research Seminar III
Research Seminar IV
Research Seminar V
Research Seminar VI
PhD Thesis Advance Exhibition Seminar
Lines of generation and / or application of knowledge of the program.
Mathematical Analysis and Topology
Stochastic Processes, Probability and Statistics
Mathematical Physics, Dynamic Systems and Geometry
Applied Mathematics and Computing
Dr. Avendaño Camacho Misael
Dr. Carrillo Navarro Francisco Armando
Dr. Dávila Rascón Guillermo
Dr. Díaz Infante Velasco Saúl
Dr. Espinoza Fierro Jesús Francisco
Dr. Figueroa Preciado Gudelia
Dr. Flores Espinoza Rubén
Dr. Frías Armenta Eduardo
Dr. González Sánchez David
Dr. Guzmán Partida Martha D.
Dr. Leyva Castellanos Horacio
Dr. Luque Vásquez Fernando
Dr. Minjárez Sosa Jesús Adolfo
Dr. Montoya Laos José Arturo
Dr. Olmos Liceaga Daniel
Dr. Omelyanov Georgii Alexandrovich
Dr. Shingareva Sidorova Inna
Dr. Vega Amaya Oscar
Dr. Verduzco Fernando
Dr. Vorobjev Yuri Mikhailovich
How to enter this postgraduate course?
Letter of application for admission.
Copy of the degree or examination certificate of masters in mathematics or related discipline. Non-qualified students must present a copy of the intern letter, the certificate of qualifications and documents evidencing a substantive advance of their thesis, as well as a letter of commitment that the title will be obtained during the second semester of 2017.
Official copy of the birth certificate and three child-sized photographs.
Interview to verify that you have the maturity and knowledge equivalent to a master's degree in mathematics, as well as skills for research and independent work.
Letter of commitment from a researcher of the basic core of the graduate program where he accepts to act as his thesis supervisor, which includes the research topic to be developed.
Proof that accredits at least 450 points on the TOEFL or its equivalent.
Two letters of recommendation from research professors.
For foreign students, FM2 or FM9 student immigration form.
Applicants for the degree of Doctor of Science (Mathematics) must show maturity and knowledge equivalent to a master's degree in mathematics, as well as aptitudes for research and independent work.
What do you need to get the degree?
To obtain a PhD degree, you must:
Approve the total credits and meet the other requirements established in the corresponding graduate program;
Proof of understanding a language other than Spanish, as established by the Academic Committee of the Postgraduate Program according to the study program.
Pass the examination of grade in the written phase and in the oral phase before a jury named ex profeso.
For the degree of doctor, to pass a general examination of knowledge in the case in which the graduate program contemplates it.
Comply with the provisions and requirements demanded by the School Services Office for the issuance of the degree.
Successfully defend a doctoral thesis on an original research project before a jury that will be integrated according to section VI of the Guidelines and Criteria for the Operability of the Graduate Program.
How much does it cost to study this postgraduate course?
Cost of the EXANI-III
The registration cost of applicants to enter the Universidad de Sonora is announced annually along with the first entry notice.
Registration and tuition fees
Students, when enrolling in any of the graduate programs, must cover the corresponding fees according to the current minimum wage in the city of Hermosillo, as established in the Quotas Regulation.
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