Advanced Certificate in Applied Mathematics
The Advanced Certificate in Mathematics recognizes those who have pursued significant advanced study in the field of mathematics beyond the bachelor's degree. It is awarded upon completion of 15 units of 400-level coursework in applied mathematics.
required course work
This advanced certificate is awarded upon completion of 15 units of 400-level course work in applied mathematics.
Admission to this advanced certificate program normally requires a baccalaureate degree with an undergraduate preparation in mathematics, including successful completion of the calculus sequence (differential, integral and multivariable) as well as courses in C programming, differential equations, and matrix algebra.
The online application is available online on our Apply page. Applications are ready for review when all fields on the application form are completed, required documents have been received, and the application fee is paid.
Contact the registrar at each previous college or university attended to request an official transcript. Official transcripts must be sent directly from the registrar to University College.
Tell us about yourself in a brief essay (about 250 words). Why are you applying to University College? What are your goals, both academic and professional? What do we need to know when considering your application?
If you are not a U.S. citizen, official TOEFL scores must be forwarded to University College.
Graduates of a U.S. university or college or Canada, Australia, and U.K. residents are exempt if they have earned a bachelor’s degree or a graduate degree from such college or university.
You may pay by credit card online, or via check or money order payable to Washington University in St. Louis. You may also pay the fee by cash at the University College office.
This fee is waived for all WashU staff.
Letters of recommendation should be completed by teachers or professional associates. They can be submitted as part of your online application or mailed to University College.