Mathematics and Computer Science

M.S. in Applied Mathematics and Statistics

Plot a path to professional success with our master’s degree in applied mathematics and statistics.

The Master of Science in Applied Mathematics and Statistics degree prepares students for advanced careers in areas such as scientific computing, optimization and statistics.

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WHY SHOULD I ENROLL IN ADELPHI’S Applied Mathematics and Statistics M.S. PROGRAM?

The degree, offered by Adelphi’s Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, enhances opportunities for professional success in:

  • Statistics
  • Engineering
  • Scientific computing
  • Computer science
  • Statistical analysis
  • Finance
  • Biomedical engineering
  • Mathematical economics
  • Operations research and management science
  • Actuarial science

WHAT WILL I STUDY IN Applied Mathematics and Statistics?

The 30-credit M.S. in Applied Mathematics and Statistics program puts students on an advanced career track in applied mathematics and statistics—fields with an unprecedented demand for qualified professionals. The statistics track will be available in in Fall 2018; the applied mathematics track will start in Fall 2019.

According to the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) and the American Statistical Association (ASA), jobs are at an all-time high and likely to continue to grow over the next 10 years.

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WHO ARE THE Applied Mathematics and Statistics FACULTY?

Our full- and part-time faculty members are recognized scholars in everything from mathematical biology and probability theory to applied statistical analysis and ergodic theory. 


The M.S. in Applied Mathematics and Statistics is a 30-credit program and carries the standard per-credit cost for graduate study in the College of Arts and Sciences. Learn more about tuition and financial aid


All students applying to this program must hold an undergraduate degree in mathematics, applied mathematics, statistics or a closely related and/or equivalent degree. Students lacking all the necessary background coursework may be fully accepted into the program by taking the graduate level Foundations for Advanced Mathematics course and earning a grade “B” or better.


For further information, please contact:

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