Areas of Study

Computational and Applied Mathematics

Designed to blend mathematics and application, this program includes most of the same core courses as the other two programs. Students then choose a concentration in:
  • Biology and life sciences
  • Economics
  • Physics, dynamics and engineering

This degree is well suited for students who wish to apply mathematics to physical problems and seek careers in industry or specialized graduate study.

  • Select one:
    • MATH 140 - Calculus and Analytic Geometry
    • MATH 148 - Accelerated Calculus and MATH 240 - Intermediate Calculus
  • MATH 250 - Multivariable Calculus
  • MATH 260 - Linear Algebra
  • MATH 320 - Ordinary Differential Equations
  • MATH 360 - Real Analysis I
  • MATH 440 - Mathematical Modeling
  • MATH 451 - Independent Learning Experience
  • MATH 499 - Independent Research
  • Select two: (Recommended selections are CPSC 270, MATH 335 or 380)
    • CPSC 270 - Data and File Structures
    • PHYS 341 - Design and Analysis of Experiments
    • MATH 330 - Graph Theory and Combinatorics
    • MATH 335 - Applied Probability
    • MATH 345 - Number Theory
    • MATH 350 - Vector Calculus
    • MATH 355 - Complex Variables
    • MATH 360 - Real Analysis I
    • MATH 370 - Modern Algebra I
    • MATH 375 - Linear Algebra and its Applications
    • MATH 380 - Numerical Analysis I
    • MATH 390 - Mathematical Methods of Operations Research I
    • MATH 395 - Special Topics
    • MATH 400 - Mathematical Methods of Operations Research II
    • MATH 410 - Advanced Ordinary Differential Equations
    • MATH 420 - Partial Differential Equations
    • MATH 435 - Mathematical Statistics
    • MATH 460 - Real Analysis II
    • MATH 470 - Modern Algebra II
    • MATH 495 - Special Topics
  • CPSC 150/150L - Computers and Programming I and Laboratory
  • CPSC 250/250L - Computers & Programming II and Laboratory
  • BIOL 211/211L - Principles of Biology I and Laboratory
  • BIOL 213/213L - Principles of Biology III and Laboratory
  • BIOl 313 - Genetics
  • BIOL 326 - Genomics, Proteomics and Bioinformatics
  • CHEM 121/121L - General Chemistry I and Laboratory
  • CHEM 122/122L - General Chemistry II and Laboratory

  • Select one:
    • MATH 140 - Calculus and Analytic Geometry
    • MATH 148 - Accelerated Calculus and MATH 240 - Intermediate Calculus
  • MATH 250 - Multivariable Calculus
  • MATH 260 - Linear Algebra
  • MATH 320 - Ordinary Differential Equations
  • MATH 360 - Real Analysis I
  • MATH 440 - Mathematical Modeling
  • PHYS 201/201L - General Physics I and Laboratory
  • PHYS 202/202L - General Physics II and Laboratory
  • Select one:
    • MATH 451 - Independent Learning Experience
    • MATH 499 - Independent Research
  • Select two: (Recommended selections are CPSC 270 and either MATH 335 or 380)
    • CPSC 270 - Data and File Structures
    • PHYS 341 - Design and Analysis of Experiments
    • MATH 320 - Ordinary Differential Equations
    • MATH 330 - Graph Theory and Combinatorics
    • MATH 335 - Applied Probability
    • MATH 345 - Number Theory
    • MATH 350 - Vector Calculus
    • MATH 355 - Complex Variables
    • MATH 360 - Real Analysis I
    • MATH 370 - Modern Algebra I
    • MATH 375 - Linear Algebra and its Applications
    • MATH 380 - Numerical Analysis I
    • MATH 390 - Mathematical Methods of Operations Research I
    • MATH 395 - Special Topics
    • MATH 400 - Mathematical Methods of Operations Research II
    • MATH 410 - Advanced Ordinary Differential Equations
    • MATH 420 - Partial Differential Equations
    • MATH 435 - Mathematical Statistics
    • MATH 460 - Real Analysis II
    • MATH 470 - Modern Algebra II
    • MATH 495 - Special Topics
  • CPSC 150/150L - Computers and Programming I and Laboratory
  • CPSC 250/250L - Computers & Programming II and Laboratory
  • CHEM 121/121L - General Chemistry I and Laboratory
  • CHEM 122/122L - General Chemistry II and Laboratory
  • CHEM 321/321L - Organic Chemistry I and Laboratory
  • CHEM 341 - Physical Chemistry I
  • CHEM 342/342L - Physical Chemistry II and Laboratory
  • CHEM 395 - Computational Chemistry

  • Select One:
    • MATH 140 - Calculus and Analytic Geometry
    • MATH 148 - Accelerated Calculus and MATH 240 - Intermediate Calculus
  • MATH 250 - Multivariable Calculus
  • MATH 260 - Linear Algebra
  • MATH 320 - Ordinary Differential Equations
  • MATH 360 - Real Analysis I
  • MATH 440 - Mathematical Modeling
  • Select one:
    • MATH 451 - Independent Learning Experience
    • MATH 499 - Independent Research
  • Select two: (Recommended selections are CPSC 270 and either MATH 335 or 380)
    • CPSC 270 - Data and File Structures
    • PHYS 341 - Design and Analysis of Experiments
    • MATH 320 - Ordinary Differential Equations
    • MATH 330 - Graph Theory and Combinatorics
    • MATH 335 - Applied Probability
    • MATH 345 - Number Theory
    • MATH 350 - Vector Calculus
    • MATH 355 - Complex Variables
    • MATH 360 - Real Analysis I
    • MATH 370 - Modern Algebra I
    • MATH 375 - Linear Algebra and its Applications
    • MATH 380 - Numerical Analysis I
    • MATH 390 - Mathematical Methods of Operations Research I
    • MATH 395 - Special Topics
    • MATH 400 - Mathematical Methods of Operations Research II
    • MATH 410 - Advanced Ordinary Differential Equations
    • MATH 420 - Partial Differential Equations
    • MATH 435 - Mathematical Statistics
    • MATH 460 - Real Analysis II
    • MATH 470 - Modern Algebra II
    • MATH 495 - Special Topics
  • CPSC 150/150L - Computers and Programming I and Laboratory
  • CPSC 250/250L - Computers & Programming II and Laboratory
  • Select one:
    • MATH 125 - Elementary Statistics
    • MATH 435 - Mathematical Statistics
  • ECON 201 - Principles of Macroeconomics
  • ECON 202 - Principles of Microeconomics
  • ECON 485 - Methods in Economic Research
  • ACCT 201 - Principles of Accounting I: Financial
  • FINC 300 - Managerial Finance
  • Select three:
    • ECON 301 - Environmental Economics
    • ECON 303 - Intermediate Microeconomic Analysis
    • ECON 304 - Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis
    • ECON 310 - Economics of the Public Sector [Formerly ECON 302, equivalent]
    • ECON 320 - European Integration
    • ECON 351 - Urban Economics
    • ECON 375 - Industrial Organization and Public Policy [Formerly * ECON 375W, not equivalent]
    • ECON 395 - Intermediate Topics in Economics
    • ECON 400 - Economics of International Contracting & Organization
    • ECON 410 - Economic Development Theory and Policy
    • ECON 470 - International Trade and Finance
    • ECON 475 - Money and Banking
    • ECON 480 - Internship in Economics
    • ECON 485 - Methods in Economic Research
    • ECON 490W - Senior Seminar in Economics
    • ECON 495 - Advanced Topics in Economics
    • ECON 499 - Independent Study in Economics

  • MATH 140 or MATH 148 and MATH 240
  • MATH 250 - Multivariable Calculus
  • MATH 260 - Linear Algebra
  • MATH 320 - Ordinary Differential Equations
  • MATH 360 - Real Analysis I
  • MATH 440 - Mathematical Modeling
  • Select one:
    • MATH 451 - Independent Learning Experience
    • MATH 499 - Independent Research
  • Select two: (Recommended selections are CPSC 270 and either MATH 335 or 380)
    • CPSC 270 - Data and File Structures
    • PHYS 341 - Design and Analysis of Experiments
    • MATH 320 - Ordinary Differential Equations
    • MATH 330 - Graph Theory and Combinatorics
    • MATH 335 - Applied Probability
    • MATH 345 - Number Theory
    • MATH 350 - Vector Calculus
    • MATH 355 - Complex Variables
    • MATH 360 - Real Analysis I
    • MATH 370 - Modern Algebra I
    • MATH 375 - Linear Algebra and its Applications
    • MATH 380 - Numerical Analysis I
    • MATH 390 - Mathematical Methods of Operations Research I
    • MATH 395 - Special Topics
    • MATH 400 - Mathematical Methods of Operations Research II
    • MATH 410 - Advanced Ordinary Differential Equations
    • MATH 420 - Partial Differential Equations
    • MATH 435 - Mathematical Statistics
    • MATH 460 - Real Analysis II
    • MATH 470 - Modern Algebra II
    • MATH 495 - Special Topics
  • CPSC 150L - Computers & Programming I Laboratory
  • CPSC 250L - Computers & Programming II Laboratory
  • PHYS 201L - General Physics Laboratory
  • PHYS 202L - General Physics Laboratory
  • PHYS 303 - General Physics
  • PHYS 340 - Methods of Theoretical Physics
  • Select one:
    • CPEN 214 - Digital Logic Design
    • ENGR 211L - Introduction to Electric Circuits and Electronics Laboratory
    • ENGR 213 - Discrete Structures for Computer Applications
  • Select three: credits at the 300–400 level in PHYS or CPEN.
    • PHYS 303 - General Physics
    • PHYS 304 - Electrostatics
    • PHYS 338 - Apprenticeship in Teaching Physics
    • PHYS 340 - Methods of Theoretical Physics
    • PHYS 341 - Design and Analysis of Experiments
    • PHYS 344 - Introduction to Astrophysics
    • PHYS 351 - Modern Physics
    • PHYS 352 - Device Physics
    • PHYS 401 - Advanced Topics in Mechanics
    • PHYS 402 - Quantum Physics
    • PHYS 404 - Electrodynamics
    • PHYS 406 - Thermodynamics
    • PHYS 421 - System Design Lab (Data Acquisition)
    • PHYS 431 - Optical Physics
    • PHYS 441 - Modeling and Simulation
    • PHYS 495 - Special Topics
    • CPEN 214 - Digital Logic Design
    • CPEN 315 - Digital System Design
    • CPEN 315L - Digital System Design Lab
    • CPEN 371W - Computer Ethics
    • CPEN 414 - Computer Architecture
    • CPEN 422 - Microprocessors
    • CPEN 431 - Computer Engineering Design
    • CPEN 495 - Special Topics
    • CPEN 498W - Computer Engineering Capstone Project


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