Schools Offering Applied and Computational Mathematics Doctoral Degrees in Michigan

Michigan Applied and Computational Doctoral Degree SchoolsIn 2017, we reviewed 4 Michigan schools granting applied and computational doctoral degrees, and University of Michigan Ann Arbor is the best option.

Check the rest of Michigan schools granting applied and computational mathematics doctoral degrees or narrow your search by city or consider other major and diploma.

MI applied & computational doctoral degree schools:

University of Michigan Ann Arbor - Mathematics School Ranking
Michigan State University - Mathematics School Ranking
Michigan Technological University - Mathematics School Ranking
Oakland University - Mathematics School Ranking
Oakland University

Rochester Hills

Other mathematics doctoral degrees in MI:

General Mathematics: 6 schools
Statistics and Probability: 3 schools
Teacher Education: 2 schools

Other applied & computational diplomas in MI:

Certificates: 1 school
Bachelor's Degrees: 11 schools
Master's Degrees: 6 schools

Michigan mathematics schools by city:

Adrian: 2 schools
Albion: 1 school
Allendale: 1 school
Alma: 1 school
Alpena: 1 school
Ann Arbor: 2 schools
Bay City: 1 school
Berrien Springs: 1 school
Big Rapids: 1 school
Dearborn: 1 school
Detroit: 3 schools
East Lansing: 1 school
Flint: 2 schools
Grand Rapids: 4 schools
Harrison: 1 school
Holland: 1 school
Houghton: 1 school
Ironwood: 1 school
Kalamazoo: 2 schools
Lansing: 1 school
Livonia: 1 school
Marquette: 1 school
Mount Pleasant: 1 school
Muskegon: 1 school
Olivet: 1 school
Rochester Hills: 1 school
Sault Ste Marie: 1 school
Southfield: 1 school
Spring Arbor: 1 school
Traverse City: 1 school
Warren: 1 school
Ypsilanti: 1 school

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