Undergraduate Degree Requirements

Undergraduate Degree Requirements

Approved Related Areas for Applied Mathematics

An approved related area for an Applied Mathematics major is made up of twelve credits from one of the following groups.

Chemistry

•    0110 or 0710 General Chemistry 1
•    0120 or 0720 General Chemistry 2
•    0310 or 0730 Organic Chemistry 1
•    0320 or 0740 Organic Chemistry 2
•    0330 Organic Chemistry 1 Lab
•    0340 Organic Chemistry 2 Lab
•    1130 Inorganic Chemistry
•    1410 Physical Chemistry 1
•    1420 Physical Chemistry 2
•    1430 Physical Chemistry Lab I
•    1440 Physical Chemistry Lab II
•    1450 Molecular Modeling and Computer Graphics

Computer Science

•    0008 Introduction to Computer Programming with Python
•    0132 Unix and C
•    0401 Intermediate Programming Using Java
•    0441 Discrete Structures for Computer Science
•    0445 Data Structures
•    0447 Computer Organization and Assembly Language
•    1501 Algorithm Implementation
•    1502 Formal Methods in Computer Science
•    1510 Design and Analysis of Algorithms
•    1515 Scientific Computation

Economics

•    0100 Introductory Microeconomic Theory
•    0110 Introductory Macroeconomic Theory
•    0280 Intro to Money and Banking
•    1100 Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
•    1110 Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory
•    1150 Applied Econometrics 1
•    1200 Introduction to Game Theory

Engineering

Any major in an area of Engineering will satisfy the Related Area requirement.  Any sequence 12 credits in a coherent area of Engineering can be submitted to the Department of Mathematics for consideration as well.

Physics

•    0174/0475: Basic Physics for Science and Engineering 1   
•    0175/0476: Basic Physics for Science and Engineering 2  
•    0477: Principles of Modern Physics 1 
•    0481: Principles of Modern Physics 2 
•    1321: Computational Methods in Physics
•    1351: Intermediate Electricity and Magnetism
•    1372: Electromagnetic Theory
•    1331: Mechanics
•    1341: Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics
•    1361: Wave Motion and Optics 
•    1370: Introduction to Quantum Mechanics 1
•    1371: Introduction to Quantum Mechanics 2
•    1373: Mathematical Methods in Physics

Statistics

•    1151 Introduction to Probability (required)
•    1152 Introduction to Mathematical Statistics (required)
•    Two additional 1000 level Statistics courses

Notes

Requests to use course sequences not included in these lists can be made by petition to the Undergraduate Director.