The UTC Department of Mathematics offers a Computational and Applied Mathematics concentration within the Graduate School of Computational Science Ph.D. program. This program is designed for qualified students holding B.S. or M.S. degrees in mathematics, engineering, or the sciences.
The goals of this concentration are to develop a student’s ability to carry out advanced research and to ensure the breadth and depth of mathematical knowledge required to obtain a faculty position in academia or a research position in industry or at a national laboratory, and to foster strong interdisciplinary research across various disciplines in science and engineering at the campus of The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (UTC).
Students will have the opportunity to pursue research interests in many different areas and conduct research under the supervision of a distinguished mathematics faculty. Reflecting the interdisciplinary nature of the program, several different groups contribute to the teaching and supervision of research.
Students are expected to combine their basic mathematical studies with deep involvement in some field of application. In addition to the independent research that students are doing in a specific area, students are expected to master an extensive amount of subject matter in computational and applied mathematics.