Advanced Courses for NonMajors 
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Economics, Business Administration and Computer ScienceThe following basic subjects are recommended to master's degree candidates as preparation for work in their profession; they also provide a solid background for students who intend to pursue doctoral studies after completion of the master's program:
For more information consult the Undergraduate Bulletin Engineering and Physical ApplicationsThe Department of Mathematics has several sequences in applied mathematics that provide experienced engineers and scientists from industry and government the means to acquire and maintain the technical competence needed to work at the frontiers of their fields (for additional courses to those listed below, see the Undergraduate Bulletin):
Students who feel that they eventually would like to pursue mathematical studies beyond the level of the above sequences should make every effort to take the mathematics sequences that begin with MAT 5600 and 5420. They should also take MAT 6600. These courses will help them to understand and work with abstract concepts in advanced courses. StatisticsBeginning statistics students are referred to Statistics (STA) 1020 or MAT 2210. Those whose work demands a good foundation in mathematical statistics are referred to MAT 5700 and 5800. MAT 5830 is useful for students interested in applied statistics. In addition to the interdepartmental course listed in the Courses of Instruction section below, several specialized advanced courses in statistics are offered by individual departments:

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