Graduate Degree Programs in Computational & Applied Mathematics
Graduate Program Information  
Applied Mathematics and Statistics Program Website 

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Degrees Offered  
Computational and Applied Mathematics 
M.S., Ph.D. 
Enrollment Details  
Participating Staff  
Academic Faculty  24 
Admissions Information  
GRE General Test is required  
GRE Subject Test is not required  
TOEFL exam is required (international)  
Admissions Statistics  
Average GRE Quantitative  158 
Average GRE Verbal  154 
Average GPA (4.0 scale)  3.55 
Percent applicants accepted  62% 
The Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics, with guidance from our internationally known faculty, challenges you to solve real problems from industry and government by applying theoretical tools from mathematical and statistical disciplines. Our focus on applied problems gives you handson experiences that are essential for a successful career in these fields.
Financial aid for graduate studies is available through teaching assistantships, research assistantships, and scholarship and grant programs. There is considerable competition for these awards. You are encouraged to apply by the deadline to receive thorough consideration for funding.
Degree Programs
 Master of Science  Computational and Applied Mathematics
 Doctor of Philosophy  Computational and Applied Mathematics
Research
The department offers graduate programs in two main areas of concentration: applied mathematics and applied statistics. Members of the department are actively involved in the Center for Wave Phenomena (CWP), the Center for Automation, Robotics and Distributed Intelligence (CARDI), and the Center for Assessment in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (CASTEM). These and other interdisciplinary activities give students many opportunities to participate in engineering and applied science projects on campus. Research in Applied Statistics is focused in the following areas:
Applied Mathematics
 Classical Scattering Theory
 Dynamical Systems
 Inverse Problems
 Mathematical Methods for Wave Phenomena
 Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations
 Numerical Analysis
 Symbolic Computing
 Wavelets
Contacts
Dr. Bill Navidi, Graduate Program Chair
Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics
Colorado School of Mines
Golden, CO 80401
Phone: 3032733489
FAX: 3032733875
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