The Department of Mathematics proposes to offer graduate study leading to the Master of Interdisciplinary Mathematical Sciences (MIMS) for which a thesis is not required. The MIMS program is intended for students who are interested in interdisciplinary program with a major emphasis in mathematics and a minor emphasis in a related subject outside mathematics. The program offers students with a thorough knowledge of applicable mathematics and develops their expertise in applying the methods and tools of mathematics to problems in science, engineering, finance, and medicine. The MIMS program consists of 33 credits (11 courses), 12 credits (4 courses) of which are from an outside area (i.e., nonmathematical courses).

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