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Applied-Industrial Mathematics (AIM)
Course Descriptions

AIM 5113  Introduction to Industrial Mathematics
(3-0) 3 hours credit. Prerequisites: MAT 1214, MAT 1224, and MAT 2233, or consent of instructor.
The topics covered include quality control, Monte Carlo methods, linear programming, model fitting, frequency domain methods, difference and differential equations, and report writing. The course is not designed to substitute for any specialized course covering these topics in detail, but rather to survey their real-world applications.

AIM 6943  Internship and Research Project
3 hours credit. Prerequisites: Completion of at least 12 semester credit hours of coursework in mathematics and consent of the student’s Supervising Professor; confirmation of approved internship.
Provides students with hands-on experience in industrial mathematics or a related field in a professional environment. The research work may be either an extended project or a variety of shorter assignments. May be repeated for credit, but no more than 6 credit hours will apply toward the Master’s degree.