Applied and Industrial Mathematics (regular and co-op)
Integral to every aspect of scientific endeavour, mathematics is fundamental to problem solving—whether modelling atmospheric phenomena or managing the complexities of risk in financial markets. Students in the Applied and Industrial Mathematics program learn concepts, principles, qualitative and quantitative methods and innovative problem-solving skills. Working with state-of-the-art algorithms and software, students learn and apply advanced numerical skills.
- Implementing computer algorithms.
- Modelling physical or biological phenomena.
- Statistical analysis of data.
After the first year, your studies include:
- Applied Functional Analysis
- Complex Analysis
- Computational Science
- Differential Equations
- Dynamic Systems and Chaos
- Industrial Mathematics
- Mathematical Modelling
This program has a co-op option.