# Industrial Mathematics

The Professional Science Master's Degree in Industrial Mathematics is designed to prepare students for a career in industry. The curriculum combines a business and experiential component with advanced course work in one of the three available emphases. Requirements for admission to the program include the completion of a bachelor's degree with a GPA of 3.00 or higher and successful completion of the following university-level courses: single and multi variable calculus (800:060, 800:061, 800:062), linear algebra (800:076), an introduction to statistics (800:072), and a course in computer programming (810:030, 810:036, 810:051, or equivalent).

Graduate information and application for graduate admission can be found at www.grad.uni.edu/admission/default.aspx.

The Graduate Record Examination (General Test) **is not **required for admission to the program.

This major is a **non-thesis **program. Three emphases are available: the Actuarial Science Emphasis; the Continuous Quality Improvement Emphasis; and the Mathematical Computing and Modeling Emphasis; and. A **minimum of 34-35 hours **is required. **A minimum of 12 hours of 200/6000-level course work is required.**

No comprehensive examination is required for this **non-thesis **option.

Each emphasis requires completion of the business and experiential component, the seminar experience, the Mathematics core, the core for the chosen emphasis (Actuarial Science, or Continuous Quality Improvement, or Mathematical Computing and Modeling), and 9 hours of electives that do not duplicate course work chosen to meet the chosen emphasis (Actuarial Science, or Continuous Quality Improvement, or Mathematical Computing and Modeling) core requirement.

Required:

Business and Experiential Component .....9 hours

Mathematics: 800:275.

Science and Science Education: 820:209.

Seminar experience: 800:289 (Seminar in Lean and Six Sigma Methods in Industry, 2 hrs.) Or 820:289 .....1-2 hours

Mathematics core: 800:250; 800:252 .....6 hours

Choose and complete **ONE **of the following **emphasis core ** .....9 hours

** Actuarial Science **core: three courses from 800:145, 800:153, 800:158, 800:170, 800:197.

** Continuous Quality Improvement **core: three courses from 800:123, 800:157, 800:175, 800:196, 800:251, 800:253, 800:272.

** Mathematical Computing and Modeling **core: three courses from 800:125, 800:149, 800:150, 800:176, 800:251, 800:253.

Electives from the following: .....9 hours

Marketing: 130:191 or 130:263.

Finance: 160:151, 160:152, 160:266.

Industrial Technology: 330:122.

Mathematics: 800:121, 800:122, 800:123, 800:125, 800:143, 800:145, 800:149, 800:150, 800:152, 800:153, 800:154, 800:155, 800:156, 800:157, 800:158, 800:170, 800:171, 800:174, 800:175, 800:176, 800:196, 800:197, 800:251, 800:253, 800:272, 800:273.

Computer Science: 810:147, 810:240.

Physics: 880:205.

.....34-35 hours