Mode of Study:
Hybrid, On-Site, Online
LIVE Lab at the Applied Physics Laboratory

Applied and Computational Math Program Overview

Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals online Master of Science in Applied and Computational Math degree is one of the premier graduate degree options in our top-ranked online engineering master’s program. The advanced-level curriculum teaches students the key steps to incorporate design and mathematical algorithms into modern technologies. You can choose from highly relevant courses like Statistical Methods and Data Analysis, Real Analysis, and Matrix Theory to support your subject-matter interests. Whether you work to develop prototypes in manufacturing or create models to predict long-term climate change, the coursework emphasizes applied and theoretical aspects of the field, so you can:

  • Gain high demand skills to advance in industries that rely on mathematical modeling and computational science
  • Solve probability problems, including finding properties of distribution functions
  • Apply statistical software confidently
  • Interpret and solve simple regression models
  • Understand the distinction between axioms, definitions, and theorems
  • Learn on your terms and select a flexible course schedule in format that works best for you

Master’s Degree Focus Areas

A focus area can be selected but is not required.

  • Applied Analysis
  • Information Technology and Computation
  • Operations Research
  • Probability and Statistics
  • Simulation and Modeling

Program Options

We offer two program options for Applied and Computational Mathematics; you can earn a Master of Science in Applied and Computational Mathematics or a Post-Master’s Certificate.

Applied and Computational Mathematics Courses

Get details about course requirements, prerequisites, focus areas, and electives offered within the program. All courses are taught by subject-matter experts who are executing the technologies and techniques they teach.

I enjoyed the flexibility of attending part-time, the personableness of the instructors in the program, and the content of the courses.

Christian Vogel ‘19 Applied and Computational Mathematics

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Dates & Deadlines

Find out when registration opens, classes start, transcript deadlines and more. Applications are accepted year-round, so you can apply any time.