Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics
The fundamental aim of the Bachelor of Science (BS) in Applied Mathematics Degree is to provide students with a broad foundation in mathematics and the mathematical reasoning needed to pursue an interest in a specific field of intellectually activity outside of mathematics. The BS in Applied Mathematics gives students the tools to combine mathematics with another quantitatively rich subject area that is directly concerned with applications, such as the sciences, economics, or engineering. The BS in Applied Mathematics is recommended for those students who intend to pursue a career in a field that requires advanced mathematical training, often beyond an undergraduate degree. Such students are likely to continue their mathematical studies in a Phd or Master's program. The degree requires from 51 to 52 credit hours of course work.
(33-34 credits) The following courses are required of all students seeking a Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics Degree.
|MATH 221||Calculus I||4 credits|
|MATH 222||Calculus II||4 credits|
|MATH 223||Calculus III||4 credits|
|MATH 230||Programming and Mathematical Problem Solving||3 credits|
|MATH 233||Linear Algebra I||3 credits|
|MATH 239||Introduction to Mathematical Proof||3 credits|
|MATH 324||Real Analysis I||3 credits|
|MATH 326||Differential Equations||3 credits|
|MATH 333||Linear Algebra II||3 credits|
|MATH 345||Numerical Analysis I||3 credits|
|MATH 348||Oral Presentation and Research Seminar||1 credit *|
* All students should consult with their advisors or the department chair for other options.
(18 credits) Six courses from the 300 level mathematics course offerings, chosen in consultation with the faculty advisor. Four of these must be chosen from two of the areas below. Select two of the following areas and take two of the courses listed for the area.**
|Choose 2 of the following options**:|
|Probability and Statistics|| Two of:
|Differential Equations||Two of:
|Discrete Mathematics||Two of:
** A course within the additional requirements may be replace by a chair-approved course offering of MATH 380 with the appropriate content.
Minimum Competence Requirement
A grade of C- or better is required for ALL courses listed as Basic Requirements and Additional Requirements submitted in fulfillment of the Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics degree. Students may not enroll in any course having prerequisites unless the minimum grade of C- has been earned in the prerequisites or unless special permission has been granted in writing by the Chair of the Mathematics Department. Prerequisite courses may not be taken after successful completion of any subsequent course.
Total Credits Required for the Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics degree: 51-52