- spreadsheet Supplementary Form (32 KB) (xls) (download)
- Prerequisite Course Description Document (a plain text or Microsoft Word-compatible document created by the applicant)
Supplementary Form Instructions
- Please consult the example below for guidance if course subject titles on your university transcript do not closely match those on the Supplementary Form (xls).
- The Supplementary Form is a Microsoft Excel file (1997-2003 Excel Workbook format).
- Please refer to our prerequisites for information about which courses we require or recommend applicants take prior to entering our program.
- Upload your completed Supplementary Form and Prerequisite Course Description Document (see below for instructions) at the Graduate Admissions Uploading Your Supporting Materials web page within three (3) days of submitting your main online application form and fee to the Office of Graduate Admissions.
- Do not email the Supplementary Form or Prerequisite Course Description Document to the Office of Graduate Admissions or the Mathematical Finance Program Office.
- Institution: University of Dublin
- Department: Mathematics
- Course Number: Leave blank if not known
- Course Title: Advanced Mathematics
- Grade: Your final grade or percentage mark for "Advanced Mathematics"
- Credit Hours: Leave blank if not known.
- Lecture Hours: 45
- Semester Year: Autumn 2007
- Textbook Author and Title: Enter primary textbook used for the Multivariable Calculus part of this course.
Repeat this procedure for the linear algebra and ordinary differential equations parts of your "Advanced Mathematics" course, and for any other courses corresponding in whole or part to our prerequisites.
Do not list the same course twice or more in any part of your application without allocating and prorating the lecture hours as in this example.Prerequisite Course Description List (a plain text or Microsoft Word-compatible document) if
- Your undergraduate major or minor is not mathematics, or
- Your undergraduate degree is not from an institution in the United States or Canada
- Course title,
- Course abstract (summary or description) or course syllabus from your university catalog or instructor,
- Primary course textbook title and author, and
- Course final letter grade (or percentage mark).