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The Graduate 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 course work in applied mathematics.
Below is a sample of graduate courses in Mathematics at University College:
- Partial Differential Equations (U20 415)
- Experimental Design (U20 420)
- Linear Algebra (U20 429)
- Survival Analysis (U20 434)
- Linear Statistical Models (U20 439)
- Numerical Applied Mathematics (U20 449)
- Mathematics for Multimedia (U20 450)
- Statistical Computation (U20 475)
- Probability (U20 493)
- Mathematical Statistics (U20 494)
Related Degrees & Certificates
Admission to the graduate 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.
Below is a list of requirements for an application to the Applied Mathematics graduate certificate at University College. Your application will be reviewed once all requirements are received.