This minor focuses on training students in current quantitative modeling techniques for understanding complex systems. Complex Systems is a field at the intersection of social, behavioral, and biomedical sciences studying how different parts of a system and its environment interact and give rise to the collective dynamics of the system. This minor program is designed to prepare students for careers, which apply quantitative methodology to government organization, industries and research involving complex behavior and biomedical fields. The courses required in the minor are interdisciplinary crossing mathematics with public health, biology, chemistry, psychology and sociology.
Take a closer look at the minor's degree in Mathematical and Statistical Modeling of Complex Systems and the courses offered.
If you are interested in the program or have questions, please contact Mathematics.
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