# Applied Mathematics M.S.

Offered by: Department of Mathematical Sciences The graduate curriculum seeks to develop a broad and balanced perspective in the mathematical sciences, covering both the traditional areas of pure mathematics and the many interdisciplinary fields in applied mathematics.## Why choose this program?

Students in the program are encouraged to develop a deep understanding in any chosen area of pure mathematics to enable them to pursue a career in either academic or non-academic settings.

## Degree requirements

For students in applied mathematics, the plan of study must include:

**Four math courses from the following list:**

- Ordinary Differential Equations, Complex Analysis, Real Analysis & Measure Theory, Linear Algebra, Partial Differential Equations, Functional Analysis, Probability

**Four applied math courses from the following list:**

- Ordinary Differential Equations, Applied Computational Methods I, Applied Computational Methods II, Mathematical Modeling I, Mathematical Modeling II*
- The remaining two courses are electives and should be chosen with the approval of the student's advisor.
- * or a life sciences modeling course

## General requirements and policies

## General requirements and policies

The Graduate Student Handbook contains the details of the program requirements, policies, and procedures.

## Additional information

For further information, contact Prof. Evgeny Mukhin at 317-278-1079

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