Master of Science - Applied Mathematics

Master of Science - Applied Mathematics

Applied Mathematics is the use of math to solve problems in engineering, science, and society. Mathematicians that are able to apply their knowledge to industrial processes and technology development are in constant demand throughout the industrial marketplace, from pharmaceutical companies to aerospace engineering firms. Graduates can make a difference in the world developing more efficient systems for manufacturing, computational analysis, or human organization in research, business, and government.The Master of Science in Applied Mathematics program requires a total of 30 graduate credits and provides a background in mathematical techniques that are useful in solving practical problems in science and engineering.

GRE Required for All Applicants

Core Course Requirements for Full Degree

MA 547 Advanced Calculus I or MA 635 Real Variables I
MA 552 Axiomatic Linear Algebra
MA 611 Probability
MA 615 Numerical Analysis I
MA 649 Intermediate Differential Equations
MA 681 Functions of a Complex Variable I

Typical Electives
MA 548 Advanced Calculus II
MA 627 Combinatorial Analysis
MA 653 Numerical Solutions of Partial Differential Equations
CE 519 Advanced Structural Analysis
CE 601 Theory of Elasticity
CS 590 Algorithms
ME 674 Fluid Dynamics
PEP 520 Computational Physics

Four-Course certificate options are available in Applied Statistics & Stochastic Systems

Course Requirements for four-course Certificate Program

Applied Statistics - Required Courses:
MA 552 Linear Algebra
MA 611 Probability
MA 612 Mathematical Statistics
Typical electives:
CE 679 Regression and Stochastic Methods
MA 641 Time Series Analysis I
MGT 718 Multivariate Analysis
MGT 730 Design and Analysis of Experiments

Stochastic Systems - Required courses:
MA 611 Probability
MA 623 Stochastic Process
MA 629 Convex Analysis and Optimization
Choose one elective:
MA 612 Mathematical Statistics
MA 630 Numerical Methods of Optimization
MA 661 Stochastic Optimal Control and Dynamical Programming
MA 662 Stochastic Programming

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