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Applied Mathematics Concentration
Applied mathematics is the study of mathematics that is often used in other technical disciplines such as chemistry, biology, engineering, physics, economics and computer science. Students who complete the concentration in applied mathematics will have a strong mathematical background and an emphasis in a second field, and will be able to integrate the mathematics within that field.
The concentration in applied mathematics is comprised of at least 57 credit hours in three main areas: mathematics courses, nonmath courses and a minor in another department as described below:
Required Courses in Mathematics
MATH 1850  Freshman Seminar in Mathematics  1 cr. 
MATH 2300  Calculus I  4 cr. 
MATH 2400  Calculus II  4 cr. 
MATH 2500  Intro to Math Thought  3 cr. 
MATH 2550  Symbolic Computational Mathematics  3 cr. 
MATH 2600  Linear Algebra  3 cr. 
MATH 3350  Multivariate Calculus  4 cr. 
MATH 3500  Methods of Applied Math  3 cr. 
MATH 3550  Ordinary Differential Equations  3 cr. 
MATH 4400  Operations Research OR MATH 4450 Mathematical Modeling  3 cr. 
MATH 4600  Senior Seminar in Applied Mathematics  3 cr. 
NOTE: The student must also complete 3 additional courses (two of which must be at the 3000 level or higher) selected from the following: MATH 1900, 2500, 3150, 4200, 4250, 4300, 4350, 4400, 4450, or 4500.
Required Courses in other Departments
The student must also take the following courses outside the Department:
SPCH 1000  Introduction to Speech Communication OR SPCH 1100 Argumentation and Debate  3 cr. 
PHYS 2300  General Physics I OR PHYS 2600 CalculusBased Physics I  3 cr. 
PHYS 2400  General Physics II OR PHYS 2700 Calculus Based Physics II  3 cr. 
CSC 1500  Computer Science I  3 cr. 
Electives
The student must also choose three additional courses from the following, at least two of which must be at the 300 level or above.
MATH 1900  Discrete Mathematics  3 cr. 
MATH 3150  Elementary Number Theory  3 cr. 
MATH 4200  Probability and Statistics I  3 cr. 
MATH 4250  Probability and Statistics II  3 cr. 
MATH 4300  Abstract Algebra  3 cr. 
MATH 4350  Complex Analysis  3 cr. 
MATH 4400  Operations Research  3 cr. 
MATH 4450  Mathematical Modeling  3 cr. 
MATH 4500  Numerical Analysis  3 cr. 
Required Minor in another Department
A core aspect in applied math is knowledge of another field. The student must also minor in one of the following areas: computer science, psychology, biology, chemistry, economics, geography/earth science or a minor approved by the Mathematics Department. Note: Many of the courses in the minor can be counted toward the liberal arts and sciences (LA&S) courses.