Mathematics/Applied Mathematics Area

This area program is designed for those wishing to use their mathematical knowledge in an applied setting - industry - which may range over many fields (engineering, finance, statistics, to name just a few). The program is very flexible, as courses related to the application of mathematics may be chosen from a wide variety of disciplines, including mathematics or statistics.

Bachelor of Science / Bachelor of Arts Degree

University Studies Requirements: 38-44 hrs
(see Academic Degrees and Programs in Bulletin)

Required Courses: 31 hrs

  • MAT 100T Transitions

  • MAT 250 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I

  • MAT 308 Calculus and Analytic Geometry II

  • MAT 309 Calculus and Analytic Geometry III

  • MAT 312 Mathematical Reasoning
    MAT 312 is a University Studies writing intensive course.

  • MAT 335 Matrix Theory and Linear Algebra

  • MAT 338 Ordinary Differential Equations

  • MAT 442 Introduction to Numerical Analysis

  • STA 540 Mathematical Statistics I
    STA 540 is a University Studies technology intensive course.

MAT 250, 308 and 309 may be taken as a University Studies elective.

Required Limited Electives: 27-28 hrs

  1. Three courses (3 or 4 credit hour) selected from MAT courses numbered 400 or above

  2. Five or six courses (at least 3 credit hours) related to the application of mathematics. Must total at least 18 hours and must be approved by the advisory committee. The program is very flexible. For example, an emphasis in either biology, chemistry, computer science, earth and environmental science, engineering physics, statistics and finance, or actuarial science is possible.

Co-requirements: 6 hrs
Two courses in computer programming selected from a list approved by the Department of Mathematics and Statistics. 

Unrestricted Electives: 11-18 hrs

Total Curriculum Requirements: 120 hrs

Four-year program plans starting with: MAT 150 , MAT 250

Academic plans for this program: B.S. Applied Mathematics Area , B.A. Applied Mathematics Area

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