Improve your quantitative abilities, elevate your critical thinking skills and advance your academic or professional career with one of our challenging courses, certificates or degrees.
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The UW has launched a new Master of Science in Civil Engineering: Energy Infrastructure, which will prepare engineers for the energy challenges of the future.
Learn how to use statistical concepts to answer important scientific questions. Apply different techniques for analyzing data from scientific and medical research.
Examine the mathematical, statistical and econometric principles that underlie the quantitative management of financial investments.
Learn how to apply cutting-edge tools and techniques to extract meaning from data sets ranging in size from gigabytes to petabytes.
Learn methods of applying mathematics to different fields in this top-ranked interdisciplinary program. Gain skills that complement your area of expertise.
Learn how to enhance investment returns by studying portfolio construction as well as asset and financial risk management methods.
Gain the deep technical knowledge and interdisciplinary skills needed to turn massive data sets into insights organizations can use.
Build strong skills in statistics through a rigorous course of study in statistical theory, methods, data analysis and computation. Choose from a broad range of elective topics in statistical science.
Explore the key mathematical, statistical and econometric foundations of modern computational finance. Study the major concepts and theories of portfolio optimization and risk management.
Acquire the skills to perform sophisticated data analysis and modeling, data mining and big data management using powerful statistical tools and R programming.
Dive into the principles of animal behavior, and learn how to apply this knowledge when addressing animal care issues.
Investigate the foundational science behind drug development, and learn about the latest development and manufacturing techniques used in the pharmaceutical industry.
Enhance your bachelor’s degree in the physical sciences, engineering or math with a master’s in physics. The flexible curriculum incorporates key topics in physics and related subjects.
Discover how to use scientific computing tools and technologies to help solve complex problems in the physical, biological and engineering sciences.