The Applied Mathematics minor offers courses in several areas of mathematics that are applicable to sciences and can be combined with science majors.
|I. APPLIED MATHEMATICS MINOR PREREQUISITES|
|MATH||11010||Algebra for Calculus (3)|
|Choose one course from the following:|
|CS||10051||Introduction to Computer Science (4) *|
||10061||Introduction to Computer Programming (3)|
|II. APPLIED MATHEMATICS MINOR REQUIREMENTS (25 credits)|
|MATH||12002||Analytic Geometry and Calculus I||5|
Analytic Geometry and Calculus II
Choose from one of the groups below:
|MATH||21001||Linear Algebra with Applications (3)|
|22005||Analytic Geometry and Calculus III (4)|
|32044||Introduction to Ordinary Differential Equations (3)|
|32051||Mathematics for the Physical Sciences I (4)|
|32052||Mathematics for the Physical Sciences I (4)|
Selected in consultation with the student's minor advisor
|MATH||23022||Discrete Structures for Computer Sciences (3) **|
|31011||Discrete Mathematics (3) **|
|40011||Introduction to Probability Theory and Applications (3)|
|40012||Introduction to Statistical Concepts (3)|
|40041||Statistical Methods for Experiments (3)|
|40042||Sampling Theory (3)|
|40051||Topics in Probability Theory and Stochastic Processes (3)|
|41021||Theory of Matrices (3)|
|42011||Mathematical Optimization (3)|
|42031||Mathematical Models and Dynamical Systems (3)|
|42041||Advanced Calculus (3)|
|42045||Introduction to Partial Differential Equations (3)|
|42048||Introduction to Complex Variables (3)|
|42091||Seminar: Modeling Projects (3)|
|42201||Introduction to Numerical Computing I (3)|
|42202||Introduction to Numerical Computing II (3)|
* Students planning to take CS courses at the 20000-level or above must take CS 10051.
** Credit for both MATH 23022 and 31011 is not permitted.
Students planning to take CS courses at the 30000-level or above must take MATH 23022.
Minimum cumulative 2.00 GPA required for graduation.