Industrial and applied mathematics play an essential role in the development of new and innovative technologies. York’s dynamic program will train you to apply your skills to the solution of real-life problems in industry, finance, research laboratories and universities.
The program has been designed as a two-year program and students will take a certain set of core courses and the practicum. In the practicum, students will model physical problems that involve interpretations of experimental data, mathematical formulation of problems, analyses of the mathematical problems, and interpretations of the results.
The program will culminate in a thesis.
International Student Requirements:
Refer to the international credentials information for your country.