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University of Texas at San Antonio

Applied Mathematics: Industrial Mathematics

The Master of Science Degree in Applied Mathematics–Industrial Mathematics is designed to provide students the opportunity for advanced training in marketable areas of Applied Mathematics, using research to solve real-world problems in the field of Applied Mathematics, and with preparation for leadership positions in the field. In order to provide students with advanced training in marketable areas, 24 semester credit hours of graduate mathematics courses and 3 semester credit hours of a course in the Colleges of Sciences or Engineering are required. Research exposure to and experience with real-world problems will be provided by enrollment in AIM 6943 Internship and Research Project. This course introduces students to research problems in the field as well as the opportunities to solve a real-life problem in an industrial setting. Students will prepare for leadership positions in the field by taking two courses in communication, leadership, and/or basic business practices.


Delivery method

On campus

Contact information

Changfeng Gui Program Director, Industrial Mathematics (210) 458-3073 changfeng.gui@utsa.edu

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Initial PSM affiliation date

2004

Next Affiliation Review Schedule and Status

2018

Field of study

Computer Science/Analytics/ Big Data /Statistics

Concentration/Specialization: 

Industrial Mathematics

Degree type

MS