Applied Mathematics Degree Programs

Undergraduate Programs

Undergraduate programs in applied mathematics prepare students for careers in engineering, medicine, the physical and biological sciences, and the social sciences.

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Applied Mathematics B.S.

Applied mathematics specializes in the development and application of analytical and numerical tools and techniques toward the solution of complex quantitative problems in science and engineering.

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Applied Mathematics Minor

The applied mathematics minor complements any major in the Baskin School of Engineering, as well as many of the majors in the physical and biological sciences.

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Graduate Programs

Graduates in applied mathematics use mathematical methods and reasoning to solve real-world problems of a scientific or decision-making nature in a wide variety of subjects, in engineering, medicine, the physical and biological sciences, and the social sciences.

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Applied Mathematics M.S.

Graduate studies in applied mathematics focuses on developing skillsets in mathematical modeling, analysis, and scientific computation applied to a broad range of science and engineering disciplines.

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Scientific Computing and Applied Mathematics M.S.

Students learn a combination of cutting-edge computational methods for modern high-performance computing architectures and applied mathematical modeling.

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Applied Mathematics Ph.D.

Graduate studies in applied mathematics focuses on developing skillsets in mathematical modeling, analysis, and scientific computation applied to a broad range of science and engineering disciplines.

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Scientific Computing and Applied Mathematics Contiguous Bachelor's/Master's Pathway

The 4+1 pathway into the SciCAM M.S. program is an option that allows undergraduates to take SciCAM foundational courses and apply to SciCAM through a streamlined application process.

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Scientific Computing Designated Emphasis

Students from another degree program who meet certain requirements can have the designated emphasis of “Scientific Computing” annotated to their degree title.