Master's in Mathematics with emphasis in Industrial and Applied Mathematics
The general requirements include:
14 credits in Mathematics at the 8-xxx or 5-xxx level (with at least one year-long sequence at the 8-xxx level)
6 credits of related courses outside the department at the 5-xxx or 8-xxx level
10 thesis credits
All courses on the official program must be for a grade (A/N grade basis, not S/N).
The GPA minimum for the M.S. course requirements is 2.8.
Graduate Degree Plan
Students must complete a Graduate Degree Plan. The Graduate Degree Plan for the Master's degree should be approved by the advisor and DGS, and filed with the Graduate School after 10 credits have been completed and at least one semester before the Final Examination.
Each student will spend one semester (preferably summer) working in an industrial laboratory.
Applications and information are available from the Director of Graduate Studies, Vincent Hall 127, by email: . Specific questions about the program should be addressed to Professor Gilad Lerman using the following email address: