Applied Mathematics, MS
In addition to the graduate application and official transcripts applicants must submit three letters of recommendation and a statement of purpose. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.
This program is designed to train students in the formulation, analysis, and solution of mathematical models in a variety of application areas.
Upon admission to the program, each student will undergo a review process to determine competency in undergraduate core mathematical areas and background in at least one junior-level or higher course in engineering or physics. If necessary, the appropriate course(s) will be added to the required course list for the student.
A minimum of 30 graduate credits, after the completion of deficiency courses, is required.
|MATH:627||Advanced Numerical Analysis I||3|
|MATH:633||Methods of Applied Mathematics I||3|
|Select at least one of the following:||3|
|MATH:625||Analytic Function Theory|
|MATH:628||Advanced Numerical Analysis II|
|MATH:632||Advanced Partial Differential Equations|
|Select at least two of the following:||6|
|MATH:634||Methods of Applied Mathematics II|
|MATH:730||Advanced Numerical Solution of Partial Differential Equations|
|Complete Thesis Option or Nonthesis Option||12|
In addition to the placement review and core requirements, at least six credits of electives approved by the graduate adviser, three credits of MATH:692 Seminar in Mathematics, and three credits of MATH:699 Master's Thesis must be completed.
In addition to the placement review and core requirements, at least twelve credits of electives approved by the graduate adviser must be completed.