Applied Mathematics Bachelor of Science

Requirements for the Bachelor of Science Degree in Applied Mathematics

Applied Mathematics includes three tracks, all of which require the following Applied Mathematics Core:

CSIT 121Computer Science I

3

MATH 122University Calculus I

4

MATH 123University Calculus II

4

MATH 210Mathematical Structures and Proof

4

MATH 223University Calculus III

4

MATH 224Differential Equations

3

MATH 231Linear Algebra

4

MATH 329Mathematical Modeling

3

MATH 405Senior Seminar

1

STAT 350Probability and Statistics

3

Total Credit Hours:33

All mathematics majors must complete a science course and its laboratory selected from the following:

Chemistry:

CHEM 115General Chemistry Lecture I

3

and

CHEM 125General Chemistry Laboratory I

1

Total Credit Hours:4

Physics:

PHYS 230University Physics I

4

and

PHYS 232University Physics I Lab

1

Total Credit Hours:5

Applied Mathematics/Finance and Economics Track:

This track requires the Applied Mathematics Core (33 credit hours) and the following courses:

ACCT 201Principles of Financial Accounting

3

ACCT 202Principles of Managerial Accounting

3

MATH 365Financial Mathematics

3

or

MATH 369Interest Theory

3

One additional MATH or STAT course numbered 311 or higher

3

Total Credit Hours:12

Plus four courses chosen from the following as advised:

ACCT 301Intermediate Accounting I

3

ACCT 302Intermediate Accounting II

3

ACCT 303Cost Management

3

BUAD 320Managerial Finance

3

BUAD 372Financial Investments

3

BUAD 416Portfolio Management

3

BUAD 417Corporate Finance I

3

BUAD 418Corporate Finance II

3

BUAD 472International Finance

3

ECON 300Statistical Analysis

3

ECON 305Intermediate Microeconomic Theory

3

ECON 310Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory

3

ECON 315Money/Banking/Monetary Economics

3

ECON 350Managerial Economics

3

ECON 400Econometrics and Business Applications

3

ECON 410Mathematical Economics

3

Total Credit Hours:12

Applied Mathematics/Statistics Track:

This track requires the Applied Mathematics Core (33 credit hours), a minor in a field to which statistics or operations research can be applied, and the following courses:

STAT 355Mathematical Statistics

3

Total Credit Hours:3

Two of the following four courses:

MATH 359Probability Models in Operations Research

3

STAT 351Regression and Analysis of Variance

3

STAT 352Categorical Data Analysis

3

STAT 408Special Topics

3

One additional MATH or STAT course numbered 311 or higher

3

Total Credit Hours:6

NOTE: PLUS A MINOR.

Applied Mathematics/Physics Track:

The option requires the Applied Mathematics Core (33 credit hours) and the following courses:

PHYS 230University Physics I

4

PHYS 231University Physics II

4

PHYS 232University Physics I Lab

1

PHYS 233University Physics II Lab

1

PHYS 234Modern Physics

4

PHYS 331Theoretical Mechanics

3

or

PHYS 333Electricity and Magnetism

3

PHYS 425Mathematical Physics I

3

PHYS 426Mathematical Physics II

3

Two additional MATH or STAT courses numbered 311 or higher

6

Total Credit Hours:29

NOTE:

  • Two MATH or STAT courses numbered 311 or higher: Cooperative Engineering students on the 3-2 plan may count PHYS 324 Circuit Analysis II as the 300 level elective.
  • In satisfying the requirements of the above track, the student will earn a minor in Physics. This minor must be declared.

Mathematics majors are encouraged to take additional courses in computer science consistent with their career and educational goals.

Students may double major in Applied Mathematics and Mathematics, in Applied Mathematics and Mathematics Adolescence Education, or in Applied Mathematics and Mathematics-Middle Childhood Education Specialist by completing all requirements for both majors.