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  Camden Graduate Catalog 2021-2023 Graduate Study at the University Graduate School-Camden Business and Science  

Business and Science

Degree Program Offered: Master of Business and Science

Program Website:

Executive Director of the M.B.S. Program: Deborah Silver, Ph.D.
Phone: 848-445-5546

Actuarial and Statistical Analysis Coordinator: Debashis Kushary, Ph.D.
Phone: 856-225-6087

Industrial Mathematics Concentration Coordinator:
Haydee Herrera, Ph.D.
Phone: 856-225-2667

Applied Computing Concentration Coordinator: Sunil Shende, Ph.D.
Phone: 856-225-6122

The master of business and science (M.B.S.) degree program is part of a national movement of professional science master's programs that brings together master's level study in science or engineering with courses in business and policy. Rutgers is the only university in New Jersey that offers a statewide master of business and science degree.

The degree is a combination of the M.S. and M.B.A. degree. Rutgers University-Camden offers three concentrations: actuarial and statistical analysis, applied computing, and industrial mathematics. All of the concentrations share a common set of business courses, hands-on learning, team-based learning in a diverse setting, development of personal and professional skills, career opportunities, and internship opportunities.

The actuarial and statistical analysis concentration aims to teach students about the field of actuarial science and the financial impact of risk and uncertainty. The applied computing concentration is for students interested in a more applied program than the traditional master of science in scientific computing program. The industrial mathematics concentration aims to show students the connection between mathematics and business.
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