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Applied & Computational Mathematics Concentration
The concentration in Applied and Computational Mathematics is intended for any student who enjoys mathematics, problem solving, and applications to solving practical problems in business, government, and science. The concentration is intended especially for students seeking a career as quantitative analysts, computational scientists, and applied mathematicians, and for those thinking of continuing the study of applied or discrete mathematics at the graduate level.
|CSC 242||INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE II (or another approved computer science course)||4|
|NUMERICAL ANALYSIS I|
|REAL ANALYSIS I|
|PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS I|
|PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS II|
|ADVANCED LINEAR ALGEBRA|
|FOURIER ANALYSIS AND SPECIAL FUNCTIONS|
|NUMERICAL ANALYSIS II|
|THEORY OF NUMBERS|
|ABSTRACT ALGEBRA I|
|ABSTRACT ALGEBRA II|
|METHODS OF COMPUTATION AND THEORETICAL PHYSICS I|
|METHODS OF COMPUTATION AND THEORETICAL PHYSICS II|
|REAL ANALYSIS II|
|STATISTICAL METHODS USING SAS|
|PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS III|
|OPERATIONS RESEARCH: LINEAR PROGRAMMING|
|OPERATIONS RESEARCH: OPTIMIZATION THEORY|
Students interested in graduate study in applied mathematics are encouraged to take: MAT 335 and MAT 336, MAT 370, MAT 385 and MAT 386.
Open elective credit also is required to meet the minimum graduation requirement of 192 hours.
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