Major in Mathematics - Applied Mathematics Concentration
The Applied Mathematics Concentration requires 66-69 units completed with a grade equivalent of 2.00 or higher.
Students must complete the Core Curriculum requirements in addition to the requirements for a concentration.
The following are common requirements for all Mathematics concentrations:
Code | Title | Units |
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MATH 265 | ELEMENTARY LINEAR ALGEBRA | 4 |
MATH 267 | INTRODUCTION TO ABSTRACT MATHEMATICS | 4 |
MATH 273 | CALCULUS I | 4 |
MATH 274 | CALCULUS II | 4 |
MATH 275 | CALCULUS III | 4 |
Select one of the following courses: ^{1} | 3-4 | |
INTRODUCTION TO ABSTRACT ALGEBRA | ||
LINEAR ALGEBRA | ||
INTRODUCTORY REAL ANALYSIS | ||
Total Units | 23-24 |
^{1} | Student in the Applied Mathematics concentration must take MATH 369. |
Applied Mathematics Concentration
Code | Title | Units |
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Required Courses | ||
Common Requirements (see above) | ||
COSC 236 | INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE I | 4 |
MATH 265 | ELEMENTARY LINEAR ALGEBRA | 4 |
MATH 267 | INTRODUCTION TO ABSTRACT MATHEMATICS | 4 |
MATH 273 | CALCULUS I | 4 |
MATH 274 | CALCULUS II | 4 |
MATH 275 | CALCULUS III | 4 |
MATH 331 | PROBABILITY | 4 |
MATH 332 | MATHEMATICAL STATISTICS | 3 |
MATH 369 | INTRODUCTION TO ABSTRACT ALGEBRA | 4 |
MATH 374 | DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS | 3 |
MATH 377 | MATHEMATICAL MODELS ^{1} | 3 |
or MATH 439 | COMPUTATIONAL PROBABILITY MODELS | |
MATH 435 | NUMERICAL ANALYSIS I | 3 |
MATH 473 | INTRODUCTORY REAL ANALYSIS | 4 |
MATH 475 | COMPLEX ANALYSIS | 3 |
MATH 490 | SENIOR SEMINAR IN MATHEMATICS | 3 |
Upper-Division Mathematics Electives | ||
Select two of the following: | 6-7 | |
APPLIED REGRESSION AND TIME SERIES PREDICTIVE MODELING | ||
FOURIER ANALYSIS WITH APPLICATIONS | ||
OPERATIONS RESEARCH | ||
COMPUTATIONAL PROBABILITY MODELS ^{2} | ||
GRAPH THEORY | ||
DIFFERENTIAL GEOMETRY | ||
LINEAR ALGEBRA | ||
Application Electives | ||
Select two of the following: | 6-8 | |
GENETICS | ||
DATA STRUCTURES AND ALGORITHM ANALYSIS | ||
INTRODUCTION TO THE THEORY OF COMPUTING | ||
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE | ||
COMPUTER GRAPHICS | ||
LONG-TERM ACTUARIAL MODELS I | ||
MATHEMATICAL FINANCE | ||
RISK MANAGEMENT AND FINANCIAL ENGINEERING | ||
GENERAL PHYSICS I CALCULUS-BASED | ||
GENERAL PHYSICS II CALCULUS-BASED | ||
INTRODUCTORY MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS | ||
SIMULATION AND GAMES IN POLITICAL SCIENCE | ||
RESEARCH METHODS IN PSYCHOLOGY | ||
Total Units | 66-69 |
^{1} | |
^{2} | Only open to students who didn't choose this course as the required course instead of MATH 377 |
Suggested Four-Year Plan
Based on course availability and student needs and preferences, the selected sequences will probably vary from those presented below. Students should consult with their adviser to make the most appropriate elective choices.
Freshman | |||
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Term 1 | Units | Term 2 | Units |
MATH 273 | 4 | MATH 265 | 4 |
ENGL 102 or TSEM 102 (Core 1 or 2) | 3 | MATH 274 | 4 |
Core | 3 | COSC 236 | 4 |
Core | 3 | TSEM 102 or ENGL 102 (Core 2 or 1) | 3 |
13 | 15 | ||
Sophomore | |||
Term 1 | Units | Term 2 | Units |
MATH 267 | 4 | MATH 374 | 3 |
MATH 275 | 4 | MATH or Applications Elective | 3-4 |
Core 7 (PHYS 241 recommended) | 3-4 | Core 8 (PHYS 242 recommended) | 3-4 |
Core | 3 | Core | 3 |
Elective | 1-3 | Core | 3 |
15-18 | 15-17 | ||
Junior | |||
Term 1 | Units | Term 2 | Units |
MATH 331 | 4 | MATH 332 | 3 |
MATH 369 | 4 | MATH 377 or 439 | 3 |
MATH or Applications Elective | 3-4 | MATH or Applications Elective | 3-4 |
Core | 3 | MATH or Applications Elective | 3-4 |
Core | 3 | Core | 3 |
17-18 | 15-17 | ||
Senior | |||
Term 1 | Units | Term 2 | Units |
MATH 435 | 3 | MATH 475 | 3 |
MATH 473 | 4 | MATH 490 | 3 |
Core | 3 | Elective | 3 |
Elective | 3-4 | Elective | 3 |
Elective | 3-4 | Elective | 3-4 |
16-18 | 15-16 | ||
Total Units 121-132 |
- Demonstrate knowledge of the properties of numbers and sets.
- Demonstrate skills and knowledge of appropriate technology used in solving mathematical problems.
- Demonstrate skills and knowledge of the basic concepts of calculus.
- Demonstrate skills and knowledge of linear and abstract algebra.
- Demonstrate skills and knowledge of basic probability and/or statistics.