Department of Mathematics and Statistics

Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Department of Mathematics and Statistics

Degree Options


We have three options in our program for students in the class of 2012 and beyond.

M6 - Applied Mechanics
Students in this option take courses in the areas of control theory, mechanics, dynamics, fluid mechanics, and thermodynamics. This option is offered jointly with the Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering. M6 (PDF, 43 KB)
M9 - Computing and Communications
The topics covered in courses in this option include computer science, software design, communication and information systems, and electrical engineering. This option is offered jointly with the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. M9 (PDF, 43 KB)
M11 - Systems and Robotics
Courses taken in this option include electrical engineering courses (electronic and communication systems) and mechanical engineering courses (dynamics and mechanics), as well as upper year courses in communication and information systems and control theory. This option is offered jointly with the Departments of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Mechanical and Materials Engineering. M11 (PDF, 43 KB)

For students currently in the program in the class of 2011 or before, there are four options.

M6 - Applied Mechanics
Students in this option take courses in the areas of control theory, mechanics, dynamics, fluid mechanics, and thermodynamics. This option is offered jointly with the Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering. M6 (PDF, 43 KB)
M7 - Control and Communications
The topics covered in courses in this option include computer science, software design, communication and information systems, and electrical engineering. This option is offered jointly with the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. M7 (PDF, 43 KB)
M9 - Computing and Communications
The topics covered in courses in this option include computer science, software design, communication and information systems, and electrical engineering. This option is offered jointly with the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. M9 (PDF, 43 KB)
M10 - Control and Robotics
In this option, students take courses in mechanical and electrical systems, mechanics, dynamics, robotics, and control theory. This option is offered jointly with the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering. M10 (PDF, 43 KB)