The Computational and Applied Mathematics and Statistics (CAMS) program is an inter-disciplinary program drawing from the expertise of faculty in Applied Science, Biology, Economics, and Mathematics departments. In CAMS, applications are the primary driver of the research agenda for scholarly activity, with the objective to develop skills in mathematical modeling, data analysis, and computer simulation. Upon completion of the CAMS program, students will be well prepared for a career in mathematics, industry, and the sciences.
There are two tracks within the CAMS program: Mathematical Biology and Applied Statistics. Degrees offered are: