Applied Mathematics Sample Plan of Study

Year One - Fall Semester Credit   Year One - Spring Semester Credit
MAT 151 - Calculus I 4   MAT 152 - Calculus II 4
CS 108 - Computing Fundamentals 4   MAT 280 - Linear Algebra 3
ENG 101 - Freshman Composition 4   Computer Science Elective 4
FYS 101 - Freshman Seminar 1   General Education Elective * 4
Open Elective *** 3-4      
Total 16-17   Total 15
         
Year Two - Fall Semester Credit   Year Two - Spring Semester Credit
PHY 201 - Physics I (calc-based) 4   PHY 202 - Physics II (calc-based) 4
MAT 253 - Calculus III 4   MAT 370 - Applied Probability 4
MAT 260 - Ordinary Diff Eq & Series Sols 4   General Education Elective * 4
General Education Elective * 4   Open Elective *** 3-4
Total 16   Total 15-16
         
Year Three - Fall Semester Credit   Year Three - Spring Semester Credit
COM 306 or 308 - Upper Division Writing 4   MAT 420 - Complex Variables 4
MAT 381 - Modern Algebra 4   Math Elective 4
Math Elective 4   General Education Elective * 4
General Education Elective * 4   Open Elective *** 3-4
Total 16   Total 15-16
         
Year Four - Fall Semester Credit   Year Four - Spring Semester Credit
MAT 425 - Real Analysis 4   MAT 480 – Advanced Linear Algebra 3
Math Elective 4   Open Elective *** 3-4
Open Elective *** 3-4   Open Elective *** 3-4
Open Elective *** 3-4   Open Elective *** 3-4
Total   14-16   Total 12-15
         
      Total planned credit hours 119-127
      Total planned credit hours should be a minimum of 124  

Students are encouraged to pursue a minor in Physics, Computer Science, Engineering, or other field of interest.

Specific requirements for BS in Applied Mathematics majors:
- Natural Science – Physics I and Physics II (PHY 201 & PHY 202 (recommended) or PHY 101 & PHY 102 (accepted))
- Computer Language (3-4 credits)
- Computer Science course (3-4 credits)

*General Ed Elective: choose four (4) of the following seven (7) general education courses:

Social Science 4
American History 4
Western Civilization 4
Other World Civilizations 4
Humanities 4
Fine Arts 4
Foreign Language 4

*** Open Electives allow students to take courses in areas of interest. These courses can be used to complete a minor in Applied Mathematics or Physics, or to add an additional concentration in Civil Engineering.

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