Overview of Master of Science (Industrial Mathematics) by Mixed-Mode in University of Malaysia Pahang UMP Malaysia
Master of Science (Industrial Mathematics) is designed to provide in-depth coverage topics of the industrial and applied mathematics in two sub-specialisations, namely (i) Data Computing, and (ii) Computational Mathematics. The programme caters two pillars of Industrial Revolution 4.0 (IR 4.0) including simulation and big data computing. The program emphasizes embedded case study in all courses that enables students to integrate theory and application as well as using mathematical software such as VBA, EXCEL, C/C++, Matlab, R Language, TORA, Minitab and KNIME as the vital computational tools. The program also requires every student to complete a project dissertation based on a chosen applied and industrial problems. The programme caters to fresh graduates and professionals, especially the non-mathematics degrees holders, who aspire to enhance their knowledge and competency in one of the sub-specialisations being offered. Applicants who possess a first degree in any of the following specializations; Statistics, Mathematics, Finance, Economy, Computing, Engineering and Sciences as well as good mastery in undergraduate mathematics courses are welcomed to apply.
- Recognised degree with CPA 2.75/4.00 and above or;
- Recognised degree with CPA 2.50 - 2.74/4.00 and must have a minimum one year working experience in related fields or;Recognised degree with CPA lower than 2.50/4.00 and must have minimum five years working experience in related fields.
- Candidate who are non-mathematical background and the average grade of mathematics courses is less than B are required to attend two (2) bridging courses with the recommendation from the faculty.
- International Student: IELTS Band 5.0 or TOEFL Paper Based-Test (PBT) – 500 points, TOEFL Internet Based-Test (IBT) 60 or TOEFL Computer Based-Test (CBT) 173 or UMP English Proficiency Test (EPT) Band 5.0 before registration.
** English requirement is not required for local students as well as international students with the qualification of the Bachelor and Master’s from Malaysian Universities.
Mixed Mode (50% Course + 50% Research)