The Master of Science in Applied Mathematics is designed to meet a growing demand for graduates with advanced analytical skills. The degree is suitable for graduates seeking employment in the private sector, as community college math instructors or those pursuing doctoral studies in Applied Mathematics, Statistics, Operations Research and related fields.
|THESIS (students may choose 5–15 credits)|
or MATH 601
Students may choose 45–55 credits from the following
Electives may include up to 15 credits of additional courses from outside the Mathematics Department subject to approval of a departmental advisor. Up to 10 credits of the electives may be at the 400 level.
|APPLIED GROUP THEORY|
|METHODS OF DISCRETE MATHEMATICS|
|NUMERICAL LINEAR ALGEBRA|
|METHODS OF COMPUTATIONAL MODELING|
|TOPICS IN APPLIED MATHEMATICS|
|APPLIED COMPLEX ANALYSIS|
|APPLIED LINEAR STATISTICAL MODELING|
|ADVANCED TOPICS IN STATISTICS|
|APPLIED MATHEMATICS INTERNSHIP|