The application of mathematics is relevant in virtually any area of life. As an applied mathematics major at Fresno Pacific University, you’ll learn to pair pattern recognition, modeling and abstraction with mathematical descriptions. Learn from professors with diverse backgrounds including engineering, science, and advanced mathematics as you work on projects and research that cross over multiple disciplines. Courses are project-oriented so you’ll get a hands-on learning approach whether you’re testing probability and statistical methods or creating your own independent research project. With the wide scope of skills, you’ll acquire in this program, you’ll be ready for a career in a variety of fields such as business, science and engineering.
- Small class sizes allow for exploratory collaboration between classmates and professors
- Heavy emphasis on research allows for the development of semester long-projects
- Faculty who are experts in their field and who care about their students
- Program readily prepares graduates for a Masters in STEM or in continued mathematics programs
Common career fields for applied mathematics majors include industrial engineering, applied statistics, information technology, computer networking, actuarial sciences and data analysis. Our graduates are also well prepared for graduate-level work, including master’s research programs as both the BA and BS programs may lead to various MA or MS programs.
Transferring to Fresno Pacific
Associate Degree for Transfer (ADT) Information
- Mathematics (AS-T) to Applied Mathematics, B.S.
BS courses fulfilled through ADT:
- All lower-division General Education requirements fulfilled
- BS co-requisites and major courses fulfilled through ADT:
- MATH 210 Calculus I (4)
- MATH 220 Calculus II (4)
- MATH 230 Calculus III (4)
- MATH 335 Linear Algebra (3)
- Or MATH 365 Differential Equations (3)
- This program is offered as daytime traditional
ADT Guarantee is the completion of BA/BS degree in 68 units.
In order to obtain a bachelor’s degree from Fresno Pacific University, students must complete at least 120 units. Along with completing all required courses in their selected area of study, general education requirements must be met by all graduates. See the general education summary in the undergraduate academic catalog for more information.
Select programs may not provide enough units for a student to graduate and therefore an emphasis and/or elective courses must be completed alongside the major. Please see below for emphases related to this area of study.
General Education Or Other Prerequisites
|CHEM 103||General Chemistry I||4|
|PHYS 130||University Physics I||4|
|Principles of Microeconomics|
or Principles of Macroeconomics
Supporting Courses (11 Units)
|CHEM 104||General Chemistry II||4|
|PHYS 131||University Physics II||4|
|CSSE 220||Programming for Solving Problems||4|
Required Courses (36 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 360||Probability and Statistical Methods||3|
|MATH 365||Differential Equations||3|
|MATH 370||Discrete Mathematics||3|
|MATH 420||Real Analysis||3|
|MATH 454||Complex Analysis||3|
|MATH 477||Independent Research in Mathematics|
Must be completed for 2 or more units total. MATH-477 may be repeated for credit.
|1 - 3|
|MATH 485||Senior Seminar in Mathematics||1|
Electives (9 Units)
Select three of the following
|MATH 325||Introduction to Topology||3|
|MATH 330||Abstract Algebra||3|
|MATH 350||Problem Solving||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|
| ||Computer science courses (advisor approval required)|| |
Ron Pratt, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Program Director, Applied Mathematics B.S.