To qualify for a Bachelor of Science in Applied and Computational Mathematics, a student must satisfactorily complete with a grade of C or better each of the following courses. Changes from the standard program must be approved by the department.

## Learning Goals

- Have a broad perspective on modern mathematics and its applications.
- Master basic mathematical and computational ideas and techniques in calculus, abstract algebra, analysis, geometry, differential equations, numerical analysis, probability, and statistics.
- Be able to analyze quantitative information and apply mathematical and computational techniques and concepts where appropriate.
- Be able to effectively communicate rigorous mathematical ideas and reasoning.

## Required Courses (48 credits)

- 50:640:121, 122, 123 Calculus I, II, and III (12 credits)
- 50:640:250 Linear Algebra OR 50:640:253 Linear Algebra with Applications (3 credits)
- 50:750:131 Elements of Physics I AND 50:750:133 Lab (4 credits)
- 50:750:132 Elements of Physics II AND 50:750:134 Lab OR 50:120:101 General Biology I AND 50:120:107 Lab (4 credits)
- 50:198:111 Programming Fundamentals (4 credits)
- 50:198:113 Object-Oriented Programming (3 credits)
- 50:198:171 Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science (3 credits)
- 50:640:314 Elementary Differential Equations (3 credits)
- 50:640:331 Probability and Stochastic Processes OR 50:198:467 Applied Probability (3 credits)
- 50:198:213 Data Structures (3 credits)
- 50:640:357 Introduction to Computational Mathematics OR 50:640:497 Advanced Computational Mathematics (3 credits)
- 50:960:336 Applied Statistics OR 50:960:481 Mathematical Statistics (3 credits)

## Elective Courses (9 credits)

- Any Mathematics (640), Statistics (960), or Computer Science (198) courses at 400-level – please reach out to the Computer Science Department regarding Computer Science course offerings.

Total: 57 credits