Graduate Studies

The Master of Science in Applied Mathematics is suitable for individuals who are, or plan to be, employed in a business or industry that requires significant mathematics. This program incorporates applied mathematics into a curriculum based on a sound mathematical foundation. Students in this program should have a background in mathematics that includes linear algebra, ordinary differential equations, advanced calculus, and a proficiency in a computer programming language. 

Course Credits

MA511 - Linear Algebra with Applications

3

MA521 - Optimization Theory

3

MA525 - Introduction to Complex Analysis

3

MA540 - Analysis I

3

STAT519 - Introduction to Probability

3

STAT528 - Introduction to Mathematical Statistics

3

Credits in additional courses approved by your advisory committee

12

Total

30

The additional courses should be selected from graduate-level courses appropriate for your emphasis, and may include courses from areas such as physics, engineering, and business, as well as statistics, mathematics, or computer science. For more information about graduate courses visit the IPFW Graduate Bulletin.