Course Requirements

The Master's in applied mathematics degree program is tailored for students who wish to apply mathematical techniques to life and social sciences, with an emphasis on solving new problems in a rapidly changing world. Students will be academically prepared to 1) join and significantly contribute to a competitive work force or 2) pursue a PhD in mathematical sciences. Students will learn to seek solutions to world problems that are ingrained in a Christian-framed compassion for a world in desperate need for Christ.

Core Course Requirements (15 units)

MAT513 Ordinary Differential Equations
MAT514 Partial Differential Equations
MAT533 Complex Analysis
MAT553 Numerical Analysis
MAT563 Stochastic Processes

MAT513 ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS

Application and Modeling Requirements (13 units)

MAT516 Math Biology
MAT526 Linear Programming
MAT576 Scientific Computing
 
STA544 Biostatistics in Public Health
OR
STA513 Applied Statistics

MAT516 MATH BIOLOGY STA544 BIOSTATISTICS

Research Requirements (4 units)

MAT590 Research in Applied Mathematics
MAT599 Capstone in Applied Mathematics

MAT590 RESEARCH IN APPLIED MATHEMATICS<

Elective Requirements (3 units)

Complete three additional units from the following:
MAT500 Special Topics
MAT590 Research in Applied Mathematics
Or Approved CSC or EGR coursework

MAT590 RESEARCH IN APPLIED MATHEMATICS