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. Note: MMath (thesis) and PhD students are allowed to take at most one 600-level course for credit. MMath (research paper) students are allowed to take at most three of these courses for credit.
- 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.
Please visit the Graduate calendar for course descriptions.
|AMATH 655||Control Theory|
|AMATH 663||Fluids Mechanics|
|AMATH 673||Quantum Mechanics|
|AMATH 675||General Relativity|
|AMATH 731||Applied Functional Analysis|
|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 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|