Bachelor of Science Applied Mathematics


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Course Overview

The applied mathematics major focuses on the study and solution of problems that can be mathematically analyzed. Industry, academia, and government all have a great need for individuals with this type of education. Students gain the knowledge and skills to collaborate on complex problems with scientists, engineers, computer specialists, or other analysts. Some application areas include applied statistics; biology; business; economics; chemistry; electrical, industrial, or mechanical engineering; operations research; and imaging science. Download Course Catalog.

Program Structure:

Course Code First Semester Courses Credit
MATH 101 Calculus for Science and Engineering I 8
MATH 102 Calculus II 8
MATH 103 Elementary Differential Equations 7
MATH 104 Linear Algebra 7
Course Code Second Semester Courses Credits
MATH 111 Calculus for Science and Engineering II 8
MATH 112 Calculus III 8
MATH 113 Differential Equations 7
MATH 114 Fundamentals of Analysis I 7
Course Code Third Semester Courses Credit
MATH 201 Calculus for Science and Engineering III 8
MATH 202 Introduction to Complex Analysis 8
MATH 203 Introduction of Scientific Computing 7
MATH 204 General Physics I – Mechanics 7
Course Code Fourth Semester Courses Credit
MATH 211 Fundamentals of Analysis II 8
MATH 212 General Physics II – Electricity and Magnetism 8
MATH 213 Complex Analysis I 7
MATH 214 The Sun and its Planets and Stars, Galaxies, and the Universe 7
Course Code Fifth Semester Courses Credit
MATH 301 Principles of Chemistry I 8
MATH 302 Principles of Chemistry for Engineers and Chemistry of Materials 8
MATH 303 Introduction to Modern Physics 7
MATH 304 Physical Geology and Introduction to Oceanography 7
Course Code Sixth Semester Courses Credit
MATH 311 Principles of Chemistry II 6
MATH 312 Historical Geology/Paleontology 6
MATH 314 Entrepreneurship 8
MATH 315 Bachelor Thesis 10


Career Opportunities

Students who earn a bachelor of science in applied mathematics are well prepared to function as professional mathematicians, excel in graduate study, work to advance the field, or apply their knowledge in other areas that might include finance, business management, law, or medicine. Graduates typically are employed in scientific, engineering, business, or government environments, applying their mathematics background to the analysis and solution of real-world problems.


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