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Applied and Computational Mathematics

Applied and Computational Mathematics is the newly redesigned Applied Mathematics track in the undergraduate mathematics curriculum. The student with an interest in mathematics and computer science and in some of the overlapping disciplines of biology, chemistry, engineering, and physics is urged to major in Applied and Computational Mathematics. To qualify for this track, a student must satisfactorily complete with a grade of C or better each of the following courses in this suggested four-year schedule:

Freshman year
      Unified Calculus I  (4 cr.)  640:121
      Unified Calculus II  (4 cr.)  640:122
      Elements of Physics I and Lab  (3, 1)  750:131, 133
      Elements of Physics II and Lab  (3, 1)  750:132, 134

Sophomore year
      Programming Fundamentals and Software Lab  (3, 1)  198:111, 112
      Unified Calculus III  (4 cr.)  640:221
      Discrete Mathematics  (3 cr.)  640:237
      Linear Algebra  (3 cr.)  640:250

Junior year
      Object Oriented Programming  (3 cr.)  198:113
      Design and Analysis of Algorithms  (3 cr.)  198:371
      Elementary Differential Equations  (3 cr.)  640:314
      Mathematical Reasoning and Proofs (3 cr.)  640:300

Senior year
      Numerical Methods  (3 cr.)  198:481
      Advanced Differential Equations  (3 cr.)  640:427

 2 electives from among
      198:441  Parallel, Distributed and Cloud Computing
      640:311  Advanced Calculus
      640:403  Complex Variables
      640:463  Partial Differential Equations
      640:357  Computational Mathematics

Deviations from the set program must be approved by the mathematical sciences department.

For a minor in Computer Science a student needs to take the following additional two courses:

50: 198: 221 Programming Language Concepts (3)
50: 198: 231 Computer Organization and Assembly Language Programming (3)