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. You will learn from professors with diverse backgrounds including those with engineering, science, and advanced mathematics degrees. Courses are project-oriented which will give you a hands-on learning approach appropriate for careers in fields such as business, science and engineering.

Highlights

  • Small class sizes
  • Emphasis on research
  • Faculty who are experts in their field and who care about their students
  • Project-oriented coursework

Career opportunities

Common career fields for applied mathematics majors include industrial engineering, applied statistics, information technology, computer networking, actuarial sciences and data analysis. Our graduates are well prepared for graduate-level work, including master’s research programs.

Program director

Shawn Wirts

Assistant Professor

Course listing

General Education Or Other Prerequisites

CodeTitleUnits
CHEM-103
or CHEM-103A
and CHEM-103B
General Chemistry I

 

4
2
2
ECON-101
or ECON-102
Principles of Microeconomics
Principles of Macroeconomics
3
3
MATH-140Pre-Calculus4
PHYS-130University Physics I4

Supporting Courses (11 Units)

CodeTitleUnits
CHEM-104General Chemistry II4
CS-121Introduction to Scientific Programming3
PHYS-131University Physics II3

Required Courses (36 Units)

Mathematics courses

CodeTitleUnits
MATH-210Calculus I4
MATH-220Calculus II4
MATH-230Calculus III4
MATH-335Linear Algebra3
MATH-345Numerical Analysis3
MATH-360Probability and Statistical Methods3
MATH-365Differential Equations3
MATH-370Discrete Mathematics3
MATH-420Real Analysis I3
MATH-454Complex Analysis3
MATH-477Independent Research2
MATH-485Senior Seminar in Mathematics1

Electives (9 Units)

Select three of the following:

CodeTitleUnits
MATH-325Introduction to Topology3
MATH-330Abstract Algebra3
MATH-357Operations Research3
MATH-375Introduction to Game Theory3
MATH-415Advanced Applied Mathematics3
MATH-418Fourier Analysis3
MATH-486Topics: Partial Differential Equations3

Computer science courses (advisor approval required)