I. Qualifying Exam
Student must satisfy the Qualifying Exam requirement (i.e., three qualifying exams) subject to the following modifications: a Masters level pass in any written qualifying exam, and a GPA of at least 3.0 for all course sequences.
II. Course Requirements
Student must has at least 30 total graduate course credits (18 on the 600-800 level) and satisfy the Course Requirements:
- 15 credits must be in courses with primarily math content. 9 of these credits must be at the 600-800 level, and 3 credits must be a course in Numerical Analysis (grade B or better).
- For the area of application, the student must have either 6 credits at the 600-800 level or 9 credits, at least 3 of which are at the 600-800 level.
- 1 credit of Applied Math or appropriate seminar offered by a participating department.
III. Scholarly Paper
Student must have written a Scholarly Paper on an acceptable topic in applied math or scientific computation under the guidance of designated faculty member/advisor. The paper must include an abstract and references to all literature used. The paper must also be approved by the designated faculty member/advisor.
Certification of Masters Degree must be completed and signed by advisor and Director.