The Professional Applied and Computational Mathematics (PACM) program can lead to careers in a variety of fields, including business, industry, health, government, and education. Students who enroll in the PACM program will be guided to create their best degree curriculum based on their own career aspirations.
The curriculum includes courses covering analytical mathematical modeling and statistical data analysis. The PACM curriculum will be combined with business and communication courses allowing graduates to become leaders in their profession. All students will have applied and experiential learning opportunities, be involved in research, and be required to complete an internship.
Classes are in person and are scheduled in the evening allowing the flexibility to work fulltime while completing the degree.
The master's degree programs require a total of 10 courses. If classes are taken full time this program will take a year and a half. Three semesters plus one summer.
A list of all required and elective courses can be found here:
A list of all our courses and their descriptions can be found here:
This program is designed for professionals seeking career advancement, or college graduates from any field, who want to master practical, essential skills in applied and computational mathematics which will prepare them for a successful career.
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