Master of Science in Applied and Computational Mathematics

The department of Mathematics and Statistics at University of Michigan-Dearborn currently offers a Master of Science Degree in Applied and Computational Mathematics.

The key components of this evening program integrate applied mathematics, mathematical and statistical modeling and analysis. 

I love how small the classrooms are, how well you connect to your professors and get to know other students in your program.

More about the program

Effective use of advanced mathematical techniques has become more important in industrial settings in recent years owing to the fact that the applications of industry are addressed by implementing algorithms on the computer rather than by hand. The demand has increased for people who understand what algorithms do and how to implement mathematical algorithms knowledgeably and efficiently. The efficiency of an algorithm and of its implementation are issues which are often of major interest within a company. In-depth knowledge concerning this issue on the part of an employee or job applicant can increase greatly that individual’s value and ability to contribute. More generally, the skill of making advanced mathematical methods accessible is of increasing value both for research and for industrial applications. Development of skills in these areas is the primary purpose of the Master’s Degree Program in Applied and Computational Mathematics.

Department of Mathematics and Statistics

2014 - College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters Building
4901 Evergreen Road
Dearborn, MI 48128
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