COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & SCIENCE

Mathematics (MS)

The program offers an in-depth study in algebra, analysis, differential equations, probability and statistics, applied mathematics, and computational mathematics. The curriculum consists of 30-36 credit hours, depending on the track the student is on (below, there is a description of the thesis and non-thesis track options).

Program Highlights

Offers in-depth studies in algebra, analysis, differential equations, probability and statistics, applied mathematics, and computational mathematics. Also allows students to pursue interdisciplinary studies with courses taken from disciplines such as computer science, physics, engineering, economics, and finance. Students in the M.S. program often continue in the interdisciplinary Ph.D. Computational Analysis and Modeling (CAM) program.

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