The Bachelor’s / Master’s Program is designed to enable exceptionally well-qualified and highly motivated AMS undergraduates to fulfill the requirements for both degrees within five years. The program is selective, with high standards for admission, because of the outstanding achievement and commitment required to complete it on schedule. Alternatively, students interested in the Master’s degree may pursue the traditional path of completing the Bachelor’s degree before beginning graduate study.
The deadline for a fall application is April 1 at 11:59PM Eastern Standard Time (UTC-5) for receipt of ALL application materials.
The deadline for a spring application is November 1 at 11:59PM Eastern Standard Time (UTC-5). for receipt of ALL application materials.
Interested students are encouraged to apply in the fall semester of their junior year, but must apply no later than November 1 of their senior year.
To ensure timely consideration of your application, please complete the items in the following checklist at your earliest convenience.
Detailed information about application requirements can be found on the Graduate Admissions web site. If you have further questions, please contact the Graduate Admissions Office. Contact information can be found here.
Students must complete all requirements for the undergraduate degree in Applied Mathematics and Statistics, as well as the requirements for a) the M.A./M.S.E. in Applied Mathematics and Statistics, or b) the requirements for the M.S.E. in Financial Mathematics.
For students admitted into the program PRIOR to Fall 2019: The Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics allows students to use up to two 600-level or higher courses to satisfy both Bachelor’s and Master’s degree requirements. Additional information about the double-counting policy can be found at https://engineering.jhu.edu/graduate-studies/academic-policies-procedures-graduate/.
For students admitted into the program in Fall 2019 or later: The Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics allows students to use a maximum of two courses to satisfy course requirements in your Bachelor’s and Master’s degree programs. If the two courses are taken prior to the student’s senior year may, they may be counted when taken at the 400-level. If the two courses are taken during the student’s senior year, only 600-level or higher courses are eligible to be counted. Additional information about the double-counting policy can be found at https://engineering.jhu.edu/graduate-studies/academic-policies-procedures-graduate/.
Once admitted to the Bachelor’s Master’s program, students are required to meet with their AMS faculty advisor to plan a proposed Master’s program of study. This completed form should be submitted to academic staff after obtaining the advisor’s signature.
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