Applied Mathematics 20-28 hours
Prerequisites: MAT 170, MAT 180 and/or placement
MAT – 181Integrated Precalculus/Calculus B (4 cr.)
-or-
MAT – 191Calculus I (4 cr.)
MAT – 212Calculus II (4 cr.)

Choose one of the following – 3 credit hours
MAT – 354Differential Equations (3 cr.)
MAT – 360Numerical Analysis (3 cr.)
-or-
CS – 360Numerical Analysis (3 cr.)
MAT – 371Mathematical Modeling (3 cr.)

Choose three additional courses from the following – 9-10 credit hours
MAT – 248Statistical Concepts and Methods for Mathematicians (3 cr.)
-or-
MAT – 175Statistics I (3 cr.)
MAT – 213Calculus III (4 cr.)
MAT – 220Linear Algebra (3 cr.)
MAT – 262Discrete Mathematics (3 cr.)
-or-
CS – 262Discrete Mathematics (3 cr.)
MAT – 354Differential Equations (3 cr.)
MAT – 360Numerical Analysis (3 cr.)
-or-
CS – 360Numerical Analysis (3 cr.)
MAT – 371Mathematical Modeling (3 cr.)

Approved MAT 450 Topics in Mathematics courses – 3 credit hours
Approved MAT 498 Honors Thesis in Mathematics courses – 3 credit hours
Approved MAT 499 Research in Mathematics courses – 1 – 3 credit hours
CS – 190Beginning Programming (3 cr.)

Only four courses (MAT 181 or MAT 191, MAT 212, MAT 213 and MAT 220) can count toward both the minor in Applied Mathematics and a major in Mathematics.

Only three courses (MAT 181 or 191, MAT 212 and one additional course) can count toward minors in both Mathematics and Applied Mathematics.

Only three courses (MAT 181 or 191, MAT 212, and MAT 175 or MAT 248) can count toward minors in both Statistics and Applied Mathematics.

Only three courses (MAT 181 or 191, MAT 212, and MAT 175 or MAT 248) can count toward minors in both Applied Mathematics and Mathematics and Computer Applications.