Industrial Applied Mathematics Track

Program Description

This track leads to a Master of Science degree in Applied Mathematics–Industrial Mathematics at UTSA. The Master of Science Degree in Applied Mathematics–Industrial Mathematics is designed to provide students the opportunity for advanced training in marketable areas of Applied Mathematics, using research to solve real-world problems in the field of Applied Mathematics, and with preparation for leadership positions in the field. In order to provide students with advanced training in marketable areas, 24 semester credit hours of graduate mathematics courses and 3 semester credit hours of a course in the Colleges of Sciences or Engineering are required. Research exposure to and experience with real-world problems will be provided by enrollment in AIM 6943 Internship and Research Project. This course introduces students to research problems in the field as well as the opportunities to solve a real-life problem in an industrial setting. Students will prepare for leadership positions in the field by taking two courses in communication, leadership, and/or basic business practices. Diverse: Issues In Higher Education magazine acknowledged UTSA as one of the nation’s “top STEM degree producers” in August 2013. UTSA’s Mathematics and Statistics programs were ranked 12th nationally for the number of master’s degrees awarded to minority students during the 2011-2012 academic year. Career options after graduation include academia, industry and government. Former students work at Accenture, Boeing, and Census Bureau.

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Scheduled to begin instruction:
Fall 2022

 



Graduate Admission Requirements

Graduate Admission requirements vary by program. Please check your individual degree program for more details.

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent
  • 1-Semester Pathway: TOEFL iBT 71 or equivalent
  • 2-Semester Pathway: TOEFL iBT 61 or equivalent

To apply for the Graduate Pathway, you must submit the following:

  • Graduate School Application
  • Non-Refundable Application Fee: $90
  • Official TOEFL / IELTS Test Scores
  • Passport & Confirmation of Financial Resources (after program admission)

View the video guide on the application process here!

For complete details: Graduate Admissions Checklist

For important deadlines: Graduate Application Deadline

If you need assistance with your application, contact English Language Center at: englishlanguagecenter@utsa.edu


Sample Course Maps - M.S. in Applied Mathematics–Industrial Mathematics

[Sample Course Map] Graduate Program: Industrial and Applied Mathematics Track, 2 Semester

2-Semester Pathway
Course Map

Program Components

9 credit hours apply from pathway toward degree completion (M.S. in Applied Mathematics–Industrial Mathematics)
21 credit hours remaining toward degree completion (M.S. in Applied Mathematics–Industrial Mathematics)

 

Entry requirements
  • Bachelor’s Degree in related field of study
  • TOEFL iBT 61 or equivalent
  • Meet admission requirements for track
Semester 1 Progression Requirements
  • 80% or above in all non-credit courses
  • Minimum 3.0 GPA in all credit-bearing courses

These courses are delivered through the UTSA English Language Center and are required to develop English proficiency

Course Title ELC hours
Credit-bearing hours
Graduate Communication for Academic Discourse 3
Graduate Reading for Academic Success 3
Graduate Student Success I 3
AIM 5113 Introduction to Industrial Mathematics 3
Total 12
Semester 2
Course Title ELC hours
Credit-bearing hours
Advanced Graduate Communication 3
Graduate Writing for Academic Success 3
Graduate Student Success II 3
MAT 5283 Linear Algebra 3
MAT 5653 Differential Equations I 3
Total 15

[Sample Course Map] Graduate Program: Industrial and Applied Mathematics Track, 1 Semester
1-Semester Pathway
Course Map

Program Components

6 credit hours apply from Pathway toward degree completion (M.S. in Applied Mathematics–Industrial Mathematics)
24 credit hours remaining toward degree completion (M.S. in Applied Mathematics–Industrial Mathematics)

Entry requirements
  • Bachelor’s Degree in related field of study
  • TOEFL iBT 71 or equivalent
  • Meet admission requirements for track
Semester 1 Progression Requirements
  • 80% or above in all non-credit courses
  • Minimum 3.0 GPA in all credit-bearing courses

These courses are delivered through the UTSA English Language Center and are required to develop English proficiency

Course Title ELC hours
Credit-bearing hours
Advanced Graduate Communication 3
Graduate Writing for Academic Success 3
Graduate Student Success II 3
AIM 5113 Introduction to Industrial Mathematics 3
MAT 5283 Linear Algebra 3
Total 15

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Tuition & Fees

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