**Contact Info**

Department of Applied Mathematics

University of Waterloo

Waterloo, Ontario

Canada N2L 3G1

Phone: 519-888-4567, ext. 32700

Fax: 519-746-4319

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Graduate course offerings in the Applied Mathematics department are classified as follows:

- 600-Series: Students entering our graduate program are sometimes missing key background material. The 600-series bridging courses are designed to fill such gaps. These courses are held with corresponding 400-level undergraduate courses; the graduate students take on additional work to engage with the material at an advanced level. These courses are normally offered every year.

- 700-Series: These courses present mathematical concepts and methods that are used in many areas in modern applied mathematics. These courses are normally offered every year.

- 800-Series: These courses are of an advanced nature and are directly related to research activity in the department. A selection of these courses is offered each year.

- 900-Series: These are specialized courses; their contents and terms of offering depend on instructor availability and student demand.

MMath (thesis) and PhD students may not count more than 1 graduate course that is cross-listed with an undergraduate course for credit towards their MMath (thesis) or PhD degrees. This restriction applies to all 600-level AMATH courses and any cross-listed courses offered by other departments. MMath (research paper) students are allowed to take at most three of these courses for credit.

Please visit the Graduate calendar for course descriptions.

AMATH 642 | Computational Methods for Partial Differential Equations |
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AMATH 651 | Introduction to Dynamical Systems |

AMATH 653 | Partial Differential Equations 2 |

AMATH 655 | Control Theory |

AMATH 656 | Calculus of Variations |

AMATH 663 | Fluids Mechanics |

AMATH 673 | Quantum Mechanics |

AMATH 674 | Quatum Theory 3: Quantum Information and Foundations |

AMATH 675 | General Relativity |

AMATH 677 | Stochastic Processes for Applied Mathematics |

AMATH 731 | Applied Functional Analysis |
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AMATH 732 | Asymptotic Analysis and Perturbation Theory |

AMATH 740 | Numerical Analysis |

AMATH 741 | Numerical Methods of Partial Differential Equations |

AMATH 751 | Advanced Ordinary Differential Equations |

AMATH 753 | Advanced Partial Differential Equations |

AMATH 777 | Stochastic Processes in the Physical Sciences |

AMATH 840 | Advanced Numerical Methods for Computational and Data Sciences |
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AMATH 841 | Finite Element Methods |

AMATH 851 | Stability Theory of Ordinary Differential Equations |

AMATH 855 | Advanced Systems Analysis and Control |

AMATH 863 | Hydrodynamic Stability and Turbulence |

AMATH 867 | Dispersive and Nonlinear Waves |

AMATH 871 | Quantum Information Processing |

AMATH 872 | Quantum Fields for Cosmology |

AMATH 873 | Quantum Field Theory |

AMATH 874 | Advanced General Relativity |

AMATH 875 | General Relativity for Cosmology |

AMATH 876 | Open Quantum Systems |

AMATH 881 | Introduction to Mathematical Oncology |

AMATH 882 | Mathematical Cell Biology |

AMATH 900 | Topics in Applied Mathematics |
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- MMath Applied Mathematics
- MMath Applied Mathematics (Quantum Information)
- MMath Applied Mathematics (Water)
- PhD Applied Mathematics
- PhD Applied Mathematics (Quantum Information)
- PhD Applied Mathematics (Water)

**Contact Info**

Department of Applied Mathematics

University of Waterloo

Waterloo, Ontario

Canada N2L 3G1

Phone: 519-888-4567, ext. 32700

Fax: 519-746-4319

PDF files require Adobe Acrobat Reader

University of Waterloo

University of Waterloo

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200 University Avenue West

Waterloo,
ON,
Canada
N2L 3G1

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