Applied Mathematics Master's Program
DegreeMaster of Science
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The applied mathematics master’s program prepares you for careers in science, engineering and business where advanced methods in differential equations, nonlinear optimization, statistics, and computational mathematics play a significant role in technology development and innovation.
Leverage one of our three concentrations for a deep understanding in either differential equations, optimization of stochastic systems, or data science, giving you an edge in careers at the interface between mathematics and applications in science, engineering and business — or a launchpad for a future Ph.D.
The Stevens Advantage
Stevens’ Hoboken, N.J., location places students just across the river from Manhattan, home to the corporate headquarters for many large companies and a thriving tech startup community. From financial services to pharmaceuticals to next-generation tech, these employers constantly seek highly skilled talent and often turn to Stevens as a source for new hires.
More Advantages to our Program
Independent study available
Interdisciplinary electives options
Research credit available
Thesis and non-thesis options
Coursework for strong mathematical foundation
Optimization of Stochastic Systems
Putting You on Track for Professional Success
The applied mathematics master's program develops in-demand knowledge and skills to put you on track for career success in a variety of roles like:
Research and Development Engineer
Further studies in Ph.D. programs
Our graduates are been hired at companies like: Facebook, Honeywell, Humboldt University, Rutgers University, University of North Carolina, Yale University
Our Esteemed Faculty
Stevens' math department boasts one of the top algorithmic and geometric group theory teams in the world, with distinguished experts in stochastic optimization and cryptography.
Click on any of our program's instructors below to review their expertise: