Student in the Master of Science in Applied Mathematics program may take 18 credit hours from the specialized course list to receive the Computational Mathematics Certificate. This certificate is particularly suitable for students who wish to pursue an industrial career in scientific computing.
Any course with a grade of C+ or lower will need to be retaken.
Graduate students must maintain a minimum grade point average of 3.00 in all course work to be considered in good standing. Students not in good standing cannot receive a graduate degree or certificate. Graduate students who receive grades of C+ or lower in 12 or more semester hours of course work attempted for graduate credit are ineligible for any advanced degree at this institution. Semester hours of “U” grades in S/U-graded courses apply toward the above 12-hour total.