Engineering Sciences and Applied Mathematics MS
The following requirements are in addition to, or further elaborate upon, those requirements outlined in The Graduate School Policy Guide.
Total Units Required: 12
|ES_APPM 311-0||Methods of Applied Mathematics|
|or ES_APPM 411-1||Differential Equations of Mathematical Physics|
|ES_APPM 420-1||Asymptotic and Perturbation Methods in Applied Mathematics|
|ES_APPM 446-1||Numerical Solution of Partial Differential Equations|
|1 unit from this list:|
|Applied Dynamical Systems|
|Applied Linear Algebra|
|Differential Equations of Mathematical Physics Only if ES_APPM 311-0 is used above as a core requirement.|
|Differential Equations of Mathematical Physics|
|Methods of Nonlinear Analysis|
|Asymptotic and Perturbation Methods in Applied Mathematics|
|Hydrodynamic Stability Theory|
|Integral Equations & Applications|
|Stochastic Differential Equations|
|2 units from this list:|
|High Performance Scientific Computing|
|Iterative Methods for Elliptic Equations|
|Numerical Solution of Partial Differential Equations|
|Boundary Integral Method|
|Numerical Methods for Random Processes|
|Numerical Methods for Moving Interfaces|
|Mathematical Modeling Electives (approved; 3 units)|
|Mathematical Content Electives (approved; 3 units)|
Other MS Degree Requirements
- Mathematical Content Electives Theme: Courses selected to complete the Mathematical Content Electives must have mathematically focused content related by a defined theme chosen by the student.
- Mathematical Modeling Electives Theme: Courses selected to complete the Mathematical Modeling Electives must be application areas that use mathematical methods and be related by a defined theme chosen by the student.
- At least three of the six courses used to satisfy the mathematical content and mathematical modeling themes must be at the 400/500 level.
- Master's Thesis (optional): Up to two units of the Mathematical Modeling Electives Theme may be replaced with ES_APPM 590-0 Research for work culminating in a Master's thesis consisting of original research and approved by a thesis committee.