Applied Mathematics, B.S.

Requirements for a Major in Applied Mathematics

Required Courses
Thirty-nine semester hours, nine hours of which must be at the 4000-level, including the following:
MTH 1321Calculus I3
MTH 1322Calculus II3
MTH 2311Linear Algebra3
MTH 2321Calculus III3
MTH 3300Foundations of Mathematics3
STA 3381Probability and Statistics3
One of the following:3
Foundations of Combinatorics and Algebra
Introduction to Analysis
Abstract Algebra
Advanced Calculus I
Nine semester hours from one of the following groups: 19
Statistical
Intermediate Statistical Methods
Mathematical Statistics I
Mathematical Statistics II
Introduction to Probability Models
Differential
Ordinary Differential Equations 1
Partial Differential Equations
Theory of Functions of a Complex Variable
Numerical
Numerical Methods
Numerical Analysis
Numerical Linear Algebra
Nine semester hours of 3000-4000 MTH or STA courses9
A grade of “C” or better in thirty-nine hours of MTH and STA courses used for the major.
Subtotal39
Required Courses in Other Fields
CSI 1430Introduction to Computer Science I with Laboratory4
CSI 1440Introduction to Computer Science II with Laboratory4
Eight semester hours of science courses with appropriate labs (with no more than 4 hours of GEO) selected from the following:8
Modern Concepts of Bioscience
and Modern Concepts of Bioscience Laboratory
Modern Concepts of Bioscience, continued
and Modern Concepts of Bioscience Laboratory
Basic Principles of Modern Chemistry I
and General Chemistry Laboratory I
Basic Principles of Modern Chemistry II
and General Chemistry Laboratory II
Exploring Environmental Issues
and An Introduction to Environmental Analysis (Lab)
The Earth Through Time
and The Earth Through Time, Laboratory
Evolution and Extinction
and The Earth Through Time, Laboratory
Earthquakes and Other Natural Disasters
World Oceans
Environmental Geology
The Dynamic Earth
Earth Science
Introduction to Neuroscience
and Introduction to Neuroscience Laboratory
General Physics I
General Physics II
Total Hours55
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A student applying for medical school is recommended to select Statistical and take MTH 3325 Ordinary Differential Equations as a 3000-level course.