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US Research Application-Analysis of Graduate Programs in Applied Mathematics

(1) Applied Mathematics
 
1 Introduction
 
As a student of applied mathematics, you will systematically study a variety of mathematical courses, as well as your chosen field of application. These areas of application include computer and information science, operations research, systems engineering, cybernetics, and statistics.
 
2. Is it right for you
 
If you like to use mathematics to explain natural phenomena, and to understand the theory behind computers and other mechanical operations, then you may like this major.
 
If you focus on theory, creativity, critical thinking, leadership, organizational skills, good mathematics, good at quantitative analysis, and focus on teamwork, then you are well suited to study this profession.
 
3. Career orientation and employment prospects
 
Career orientation:
 
Engineers, statisticians, actuaries, management consultants, financial mathematical analysts.
 
Employment prospects:
 
Society always has a strong demand for those who are particularly good at mathematics. The traditional areas of demand are technology and engineering, but the best employment prospects in the future will be the application of mathematics to the fields of life and medicine.
 
(2) Mathematics
 
1 Introduction
 
Mathematics: develop students' ability to explore, infer, and reason logically. Students will also learn how to use mathematical methods to solve problems. Mathematics is a principle and a tool, and it is widely used in science, medicine, engineering, and industry.
 
2. Is it right for you
 
If you like music (especially composition), like art, like abstract thinking, intellectual challenge games, problem solving, philosophy, and concise writing, then you may like this profession.
 
If you pay attention to details, be creative, have critical thinking ability, spatial thinking ability, organizational ability, good mathematics, and good at quantitative analysis, then you are very suitable for studying this profession.
 
3. Career orientation and employment prospects
 
Career orientation:
 
Researcher, business consultant, high school teacher, statistician, financial and securities analyst, university professor, actuary.
 
Employment prospects:
 
The demand for mathematics professionals is stable and strong. Mathematics also provides excellent preparation for future employment in business, finance, insurance, communications, electronics, and scientific research.
 
(3) US News TOP10 School of Mathematics
 
1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
 
2. Princeton University
 
3. Harvard University
 
4. University of California—Berkeley
 
5. Stanford University
 
6. University of Chicago
 
7. California Institute of Technology
 
8. University of California--Los Angeles
 
9. Columbia University
 
10. New York University
 
(4) Recommended by famous schools
 
1.Stanford University
 
PHD in Mathematics
 
Project Introduction:
 
The doctoral program in Mathematics is designed to educate students in a broad range of mathematical disciplines, with emphasis on the student gradually acquiring expertise in a particular area of ​​inquiry. While the program is particularly strong in research training, all doctoral students gain practical skills in teaching and are prepared upon graduation to assume positions in academia as teachers as well as researchers.
 
2.University of California--Berkeley
 
PHD in Applied Mathematics
 
Project Introduction
 
The Department of Mathematics offers 2 PhD degrees, one in Mathematics and one in Applied Mathematics. Applicants for admission to either PhD program are expected to have preparation comparable to the undergraduate major at Berkeley in Mathematics or in Applied Mathematics. These majors consist of 2 full years of lower-division work (covering calculus, linear algebra, differential equations, and multivariable calculus), followed by 8 one-semester courses including real analysis, complex analysis, abstract algebra, and linear algebra. These eight courses may include some mathematically based courses in other departments, eg, physics, engineering, computer science, or economics.