Industrial mathematics is offered as a concentration at Rutgers University-Camden as part of
the professional science master's program described under Business and Science 137. Industrial mathematics is a branch of mathematics that is concerned with
developing mathematical methods and applying them to engineering, science,
society, and industry. This program is aimed at developing multidisciplinary
students who have up-to-date knowledge in their fields, but who also understand
the linkage between mathematics and business.
The industrial mathematics concentration consists of six required core courses
and two electives.
56:645:556 Visualizing Mathematics by Computer (3)
56:645:560 Industrial Mathematics (3)
56:645:562 Mathematical Modeling (3)
56:645:563 Statistical Reasoning (3) or 56:645:565 Statistical Modeling (3)
56:645:571 Computational Mathematics I (3)
56:645:572 Computational Mathematics II (3)
A description of the courses and electives can be found at http://mbs.rutgers.edu.
Professor Haydee Herrera
Professor Joseph Gerver