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Master of Science in Applied Mathematics and Computer Science
The Master of Science degree in Applied Mathematics and Computer Science is designed to prepare students to meet the demands of industry, business, and government for individuals with expertise in advanced applications of mathematics and computer science. While ensuring sound mathematical training, the degree program also concentrates on widely applicable computer science principles and provides further development of problem-solving skills.
Courses You'll Take
The Applied Mathematics curriculum includes advanced calculus, operation research, modeling, and statistics and statistical analysis and consulting. The program is designed for those with substantial mathematics and/or computer science background.
- Matrix Algebra or Linear Algebra
- Differential Equations
- Statistical Methods I
- Data Structures and Algorithms
- Upper-division OO design and programming course with design patterns
- Complete a minimum of three (3) semester hours of English Composition in residence at an accredited college or university in a predominantly English speaking country.