The Department of Applied Mathematics offers the following Bachelor Programs:
Applied Mathematics (B.S.)/Applied Mathematics (M.S.)
With an applied mathematics background, you will be prepared for careers in insurance, electronics and computer manufacturing, logistics, pharmaceuticals, and more.
Applied Mathematics (B.S.)/Computer Science (M.A.S.)
This degree program marries the natural pairing between math and computer science to add competitiveness in the job market and open employment possibilities. Spend an extra year at Illinois Tech to simultaneously earn a bachelor’s and master’s degree.
Applied Mathematics (B.S.)/Computer Science (M.S.)
This program marries the pairing between math and computer science, adding competitiveness in the job market and opening employment possibilities. Spend another year at Illinois Tech, where Chicago’s diverse economy and technology research community intersect for internship and employment possibilities.
Applied Mathematics (B.S.)/Data Science (M.A.S.)
Learn to create enterprise data analytics systems or custom consulting reports while gaining the essential skills of deep technical understanding, good communication, and a firm grasp of today’s business principles.
Applied Mathematics (B.S.)/Mathematical Finance (M.A.S.)
This accelerated master’s program offers an ideal balance of theoretical knowledge and practical application. The quantitative core is based on the theory of stochastic process and stochastic calculus and mathematical and computational finance, as well as advanced numerical and simulation methods.
Computer Science (B.S.)/Applied Mathematics (M.S.)
The Bachelor of Science in Computer Science focuses on concepts and techniques used in designing and developing advanced software systems. The Master of Science in Applied Mathematics is solid preparation for advanced graduate studies or entry into the job market.
Computer Science (B.S.)/Data Science (M.A.S.)
Get on the fast track to becoming a data scientist by enrolling in this accelerated master’s program to earn a bachelor’s in computer science and a master’s in data science, and gain a competitive edge in the job market.
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