Engineering Mathematics
(Concurrent Degree)
The Bachelor of Science Engineering in Engineering Mathematics program at UM-Dearborn provides students an opportunity to expand their knowledge in the field of applied mathematics, which is essential in modern engineering. By combining the tools and techniques learned in the engineering mathematics program with those learned in their engineering disciplines, students become more proficient in the application of mathematical reasoning to formulate and solve a wide range of contemporary engineering problems. The combined mathematics and engineering education gained though the program enables the graduates to successfully pursue professional careers in industry, research and development, and elsewhere.
The Engineering Mathematics degree is a concurrent Bachelor of Science in Engineering (B.S.E.) degree in Engineering Mathematics (EMATH) that can be pursued by undergraduate students majoring in Bioengineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Industrial and Systems Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or Robotics Engineering. This makes it possible for a student majoring in one of the engineering disciplines to earn two degrees at the same time: a Bachelor of Science Engineering degree in their principal engineering major and a concurrent Bachelor of Science Engineering degree in Engineering Mathematics. Both degrees must be earned at the same time.
Educational Objectives
The coursework in the concurrent Bachelor of Science Engineering in Engineering Mathematics prepares graduates to:
- Be able to develop innovative mathematical solutions to complex engineering problems.
- Engage in continuous learning to advance their professional careers.
Student Outcomes
- The ability to apply mathematical tools to model and solve engineering/applied mathematics problems
- The ability to use techniques and modern mathematical tools to solve engineering/applied mathematics problems.
- The ability to communicate mathematical ideas.
Dearborn Discovery Core (General Education)
All students must satisfy the University’s Dearborn Discovery Core requirements, in addition to the requirements for the major
Major Requirements
The Engineering Mathematics degree requires a minimum of 15 credit hours of course work in advanced mathematics beyond the 16 credits of mathematics already required in the degree program of the student’s principal engineering major.
Code | Title | Credit Hours |
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MATH 462 | Mathematical Modeling | 3 |
Choose 12 credits from the following (at least 9 credits must be MATH): | 12 | |
Math Lang Proof & Struct | ||
Mathematical Interest Theory | ||
Topics in Mathematics (Prior Approval by your advisor needed for use in EMATH degree) | ||
Elementary Number Theory | ||
Introduction to Cryptography | ||
Capstone in Mathematics | ||
Dynamical Systems | ||
Introduction to Modern Algebra | ||
Stochastic Processes ^{1} | ||
Statistical Inference | ||
Mathematics of Finance | ||
Advanced Calculus I | ||
Advanced Calculus II | ||
Fourier Series and Boundary Value Problems | ||
Functions of a Complex Variable with Applications | ||
Introduction to Wavelets | ||
Introduction to Numerical Analysis | ||
Matrix Computation | ||
Introduction to Topology | ||
Finite Difference Methods for Differential Equations ^{1} | ||
Take at most one course from the following: | 0-4 | |
Data Science I | ||
Data Science II | ||
Nonlinear Control Systems ^{1} | ||
Analog & Discrete Sig & Sys | ||
Intro to Computer Music | ||
Applied Dynamics | ||
Introduction to Machine Learning | ||
Probabilistic Meth/Signal Alys | ||
Automatic Control Systems | ||
Optimization ^{1} | ||
Design and Analysis of Exp ^{1} | ||
Finite Element Method wth Appl | ||
Computational Thermo-Fluids | ||
Linear Systems Control ^{1} | ||
Advanced Engineering Analysis ^{1} |
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Permission of graduate instructor required. Graduate tuition assessment applies.