Bs in applied mathematics in Tufts university
The applied mathematics major was created in the fall of 2011 as a way of integrating interdisciplinary work in mathematics, the sciences, engineering, and the theoretical social sciences. The program is one of the most interdisciplinary in the sciences, bringing together courses from many different disciplines, including faculty research in medical imaging, computational fluid dynamics, computational climate modeling, theoretical neuroscience, computational geosciences, computational radiation therapy planning, molecular dynamics, epidemiology, and the study of cancer growth.
Completed Common Application, Letters of Recommendation, Extra curricular activities, High school transcripts, Completed tufts writing supplement, Test scores: SAT, ACT, IELTS, TOEFL
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