Master of Science in Industrial and Applied Mathematics
Total: 32 semester hours
- Eight graduate courses (32 semester hours of credit) are required for the degree: three required courses and five elective courses. The required courses provide a basic training in mathematical methods, and the elective courses include a wide variety of advanced topics. In addition the program allows up to two of the elective courses to be taken outside the Mathematics Department.
- Required courses:
Three core courses: Introduction to Mathematical Methods and Modeling, Applied Statistics or Mathematical Statistics, Analysis 1 or Algebra 1 or Probability 1.
Five electives: Three must be graduate courses offered by the Department of Mathematics. With approval of the Graduate Coordinator, two may be graduate courses outside of the department.