B.S. in Applied Mathematics

The Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics is appropriate for those students who want to focus their energies in the area of applications of mathematics. The B.S. degree is for those students who may seek careers in industry or engineering or may be considering graduate school in the applied sciences. This degree includes a research capstone.

Courses

General Education or Other Prerequisites (16 Units)

  • CHEM-101L General Chemistry I (4)
  • ECON-105 Principles of Economics (4)
  • MATH-140 Pre-Calculus (4)
  • PHYS-130L University Physics I (4)

Required Courses (49 Units)

Mathematics Courses (38 units)

  • MATH-210 Calculus I (4)
  • MATH-220 Calculus II (4)
  • MATH-230 Calculus III (4)
  • MATH-335 Linear Algebra (3)
  • MATH-345 Numerical Analysis (3)
  • MATH-350 Problem Solving (3)
  • MATH-360 Probability and Statistical Methods (3)
  • MATH-365 Differential Equations (3)
  • MATH-370 Discrete Mathematics (3)
  • MATH-420 Real Analysis I (3)
  • MATH-454 Complex Analysis (3)
  • MATH-477 Independent Research (2)

Supporting Courses (11 units)

  • CHEM-102L General Chemistry II (4)
  • CS-121 Introduction to Scientific Programming (3)
  • PHYS-131L University Physics II (4)

Electives (6 Units)

Select two of the following courses:

  • MATH-325 Introduction to Topology (3)
  • MATH-357 Operations Research (3)
  • MATH-375 Introduction to Game Theory (3)
  • MATH-415 Advanced Applied Mathematics (3)
  • MATH-418 Fourier Analysis (3)
  • MATH-486 Topics: Partial Differential Equations (3)

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