Educational Resources For Students
Sorting out your education is not always easy, so we've provided some guidelines, insight and opportunities (compiled courtesy of our Education Committee).
Search for a college or university
Directories of College and University Mathematics Programs
of Mathematics Departments from The Math Archives
Access the Mathematics Departments of various community colleges, colleges and universities.
Graduate School and Professional
Graduate and professional school profiles with information about programs of study, degree requirements, facilities, expenses, financial aid, faculty research and more.
Mathematics Resources and News
The MathBytes@ICERM series introduces math topics in unique 15-30 minute clips.
The Math Forum @ Drexel
The Math Forum serves as your gateway to the Net, giving you one-stop access to all the math resources you need
An economic planning tool using linear optimization
Educational Resources For Educators
Consider the value of having an undergraduate program in computational science and engineering (CSE) at your school.
SIAM-sponsored Reports and Surveys on Educational Issues
SIAM Guidelines for a Professional Master's Degree
These guidelines are in response to the growing interest in professional master's degree (MS) programs in applied and industrial mathematics.
Survey of Master's Degree Education in Applied Mathematics
With funding from a Sloan Foundation grant, SIAM undertook a survey of applied mathematics master's programs.
Graduate Education for Computational Science and Engineering
Computational science and engineering (CSE) is a rapidly growing multidisciplinary area with connections to the sciences, engineering, mathematics and computer science.
Undergraduate Computational Science and Engineering Education Report
This report details four fundamental reasons why any school should introduce an undergraduate computational science and engineering (CSE) program.