Master of Science in Applied Mathematics
Students pursuing the M.S. in Applied Mathematics have the opportunity to customize the their studies the following ways:
- Through the Actuarial Science Concentration;
- By completing the coursework for the option in Optimization and Algorithms;
- By completing the coursework for the option in Applications to the Sciences;
- Specializing in computational science and engineering within the department's graduate programs via the Computational Science and Engineering (CSE) Concentration, and for specializing in financial mathematics via the Actuarial Science and Risk Analytics Concentration within the Mathematics Ph.D.
Additional details are available in the Department of Mathematics Graduate Guide.
|Minimum hours required within the unit:||20|
|Minimum 500-level hours required overall:||12 (8 in Mathematics)|
|Total Hours (graduate study)||32|