Graduate Degree  Industrial Mathematics  Master of Science
Program  Industrial Mathematics  Master of Science 
Program Code  3994 Industrial Mathematics 
Program Level  Graduate 
Award Type  Master of Science 
Start Term  FS99 
College  College of Natural Science Relevant Excerpt(s) from Academic Programs:

Department  Department of Mathematics Relevant Excerpt(s) from Academic Programs:

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Department of Mathematics
Graduate Study
Industrial Mathematics  Master of Science
The degree of Master of Science in Industrial Mathematics is designed to produce generalized problem solvers of great versatility, capable of moving within an organization from task to task. The graduate will have acquired not only the standard mathematical and statistical tools, but also the basic ideas of engineering and business, and will have received training in project development and in modes of industrial communication. The program is for students planning careers in business, government or industry.
Admission
To be admitted to the Master of Science in Industrial Mathematics program, a person should have completed (1) the mathematics or applied mathematics courses normally required for the bachelor’s degree with a major in mathematics, statistics, economics, physics or engineering, (2) courses at the senior level in mathematical analysis, linear algebra and differential equations, and (3) have some familiarity with mathematical software programs such as Mathematica, Matlab, etc.
Students entering the program are expected to have a mathematical preparation at the level of Mathematics 421, 414 and 442. Students with deficiencies may be required to take additional course work.
Requirements for the Master of Science Degree in Industrial Mathematics
In addition to meeting the requirements of the University and the College of Natural Science, the student must complete a total of 36 credits for the degree under Plan B (without thesis). The student’s program of study must be approved by the student’s academic advisor, including:
1.  The following requirements for the major (36 credits):  
a.  Both of the following courses:  
MTH  843  Survey of Industrial Mathematics  3  
MTH  844  Projects in Industrial Mathematics  3  
b.  A minimum of four of the following courses:  
MTH  810  ErrorCorrecting Codes  3  
MTH  840  Chaos and Dynamical Systems  3  
MTH  841  Boundary Value Problems I  3  
MTH  842  Boundary Value Problems II  3  
MTH  848  Ordinary Differential Equations  3  
MTH  849  Partial Differential Equations  3  
MTH  850  Numerical Analysis I  3  
MTH  851  Numerical Analysis II  3  
MTH  852  Numerical Methods for Ordinary Differential Equations  3  
MTH  880  Combinatorics  3  
MTH  881  Graph Theory  3  
c.  A minimum of two of the following courses:  
STT  461  Computations in Probability and Statistics  3  
STT  801  Design of Experiments  3  
STT  843  Multivariate Analysis  3  
STT  844  Time Series Analysis  3  
STT  847  Analysis of Survival Data  3  
STT  861  Theory of Probability and Statistics I  3  
STT  862  Theory of Probability and Statistics II  3  
STT  863  Statistics Methods I  3  
STT  864  Statistics Methods II  3  
STT  865  Modern Statistical Methods  3  
STT  866  Spatial Data Analysis  3  
STT  886  Stochastic Processes and Applications  3  
STT  888  Stochastic Models in Finance  3  
d.  At least four of the following courses:  
CE  801  Nonlinear Structural Mechanics  3  
CE  829  Mixing and Transport in Surface Waters  3  
CE  863  Applied Numerical Methods for Civil and Environmental Engineers  1  
CSE  802  Pattern Recognition and Analysis  3  
CSE  803  Computer Vision  3  
CSE  830  Design and Theory of Algorithms  3  
CSE  835  Algorithmic Graph Theory  3  
CSE  872  Advanced Computer Graphics  3  
CSE  881  Data Mining  3  
CSE  885  Artificial Neural Networks  3  
EC  811A  Mathematical Applications in Economics  2  
EC  811B  The Structure of Economic Analysis  2  
EC  812A  Microeconomics I  3  
EC  812B  Microeconomics II  3  
EC  813A  Macroeconomics I  3  
EC  813B  Macroeconomics II  3  
EC  816  Economic Thought II  3  
EC  820A  Econometrics IA  3  
EC  820B  Econometrics IB  3  
EC  822A  Time Series Econometrics I  3  
EC  822B  Time Series Econometrics II  3  
EC  829  The Economics of Environmental Resources  3  
ECE  466  Digital Signal Processing and Filter Design  3  
ECE  837  Computational Methods in Electromagnetics  3  
ECE  848  Evolutionary Computation  3  
ECE  849  Digital Image Processing  3  
ECE  863  Analysis of Stochastic Systems  3  
ECE  867  Information Theory and Coding  3  
ECE  885  Artificial Neural Networks  3  
ENE  801  Dynamics of Environmental Systems  3  
ENE  804  Biological Processes in Environmental Engineering  3  
ENE  822  Groundwater Modeling  3  
ENE  823  Stochastic Groundwater Modeling  3  
ME  820  Continuum Mechanics  3  
ME  821  Linear Elasticity  3  
ME  830  Fluid Mechanics I  3  
ME  840  Computational Fluid Dynamics and Heat Transfer  3  
ME  851  Linear Systems and Control  3  
ME  860  Theory of Vibrations  3  
ME  872  Finite Element Method  3  
MKT  805  Marketing Management  2  
MKT  806  Marketing Analysis  3  
MKT  809  Pricing, Profitability and Marketing Metrics  3  
MKT  819  Advanced Marketing Research  3  
MKT  865  Emerging Topics in Business  3  
SCM  800  Supply Chain Management  3  
SCM  826  Manufacturing Design and Analysis  1  
SCM  827  Competing Through Supply Chain Logistics  1  
SCM  833  Decision Support Models  2  
SCM  843  Sustainable Supply Chain Management  2  
SCM  853  Operations Strategy  2  
SCM  854  Integrated Logistics Systems  2  
e.  Completion of a Certificate in Program Management. This requires completion of PHM 857 Project Management, covering such topics as formal project management culture, principles, knowledge areas, and terminology. It will normally be undertaken during the first year of enrollment with the opportunity to use the creditno credit grading system. Certification will also require participation in Industrial Mathematicsspecific discussion sessions. After the completion of the certificate program is approved by the instructors, the Industrial Mathematics Program, and the Associate Dean of the College of Natural Science, the Office of the Registrar will enter on the student’s academic record the name of the certificate program and the date it was completed. This certification will appear on the student’s transcript upon completion of the requirements for the degree program. 