JOHNS HOPKINS MASTER OF SCIENCE IN APPLIED AND COMPUTATIONAL MATHEMATICS
Develop your problem solving skills with a part-time MS in Applied and Computational Mathematics. The challenging curriculum offered by a U.S. News & World Report top-ranked engineering school is designed with the working professional in mind. The program may be pursued part-time or full-time, and may be taken online, on-site, or through a combination of online and on-site.
Through instruction in mathematical and computational techniques students are given the fundamental tools that are essential to becoming a leader in this growing field. With top faculty and the ability to create a path that works for the individual, students become well-versed and prepared in areas such as defense technology, business, public policy, and biomedicine.
WHY JOHNS HOPKINS ENGINEERING?
- Maintain your current employment with a program designed specifically for busy, working engineering professionals.
- Choose from an optional academic focus area in Applied Analysis, Information Technology and Computation, Operations Research, Probability and Statistics, Simulation and Modeling. Students have the option of tailoring their courses to meet individual needs, including the option of writing a Master’s thesis.
- U.S. News & World Report Ranks Johns Hopkins University’s Online Engineering Programs Among Nation’s Best.
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