Mathematics, B.S. - Applied

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The program outline and graduation requirements are listed below.  In addition, free electives are selected to reach 120 credits overall required for graduation.

The department website provides an overview of the program, admission requirements (when applicable), faculty biographies, learning outcomes, and careers: 


All bachelor’s degree programs include liberal education (LEP) and writing (W) course requirements.  Detailed information on these requirements is published in this section of the catalog:

Writing courses are not additional course requirements, course sections that meet this requirement are designated with a ‘W’ on the class schedule.  Courses in the major and/or cognate may also be used to satisfy LEP requirements where noted below (*).


In those mathematics courses which the student applies toward the major in mathematics, he/she must have a GPA of 2.0 and, at most, one grade below C-.

MAT 150 - Calculus I (T1QR)*
MAT 151 — Calculus II (‘C-’ or better)
MAT 221 — Intermediate Applied Statistics 
MAT 245 — Differential Equations
MAT 250 — Foundations of Mathematics: An Introduction (‘C-’ or better)
MAT 252 — Calculus III (‘C-’ or better)
MAT 322 — Numerical Analysis I
MAT 372 — Linear Algebra (‘C-’ or better)
MAT 378 — Discrete Mathematics
MAT 488 — Seminar in Mathematical Modeling

Select one:

Select two:


Select one: 
CSC 152 — Computer Programming I
DSC 101 - Data Science II

Select two cognate courses beyond those used to satisfy the Liberal Education Program Requirements from any of the following areas of application. Selections must be approved through memo from the Mathematics department to the Registrar’s Office.