Master's of Science (MS) in Mathematics:

Concentration in Applied and Computational Mathematics

Our Program. We offer a flexible and student-centered master's degree program in applied and computational mathematics, equipping our graduates with a strong foundation on which to build their careers (or pursue further graduate studies). Class sizes are small, and students receive individualized attention and mentoring. Both thesis and non-thesis degree options are available.

Current faculty specialties include: Applications of mathematics to the biological sciences (in particular to microbial communities and biofilms); mathematical approaches to composite materials and elasticity; mathematical and computational models for traffic flow and radiative transfer; fluid dynamics; scientific computing; matrix computations and numerical linear algebra; probability theory and applications; geometry and computation; partial differential equations; applications of partial differential equations to optics.

Convenient Scheduling. Students can choose either part-time or full-time study. Each semester's course offerings include late afternoon (4:00 pm or later) and early evening classes. Graduate courses in mathematics are primarily taught on Tue-Thur or Mon-Wed schedules. Classes are held on Temple's Main Campus.

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Students and faculty at the Temple Applied Mathematics and
Scientific Computing Seminar, attending a 3D presentation.