About the Applied Mathematics Program
The program consists of 33 hours of course work; at least 3 and at most 6 of these hours are devoted to the Mathematics Clinic project. At least 21 hours are taken from offerings in the Department of Mathematics. At most, six hours of approved 400-level courses may be included in a student's program of study. The core areas required of all students are as follows:
- Real or Complex Analysis
- Numerical Analysis
- Differential Equations
- Linear Algebra
- Mathematics Clinic
A program of study consists of courses satisfying the core areas listed above, a four course concentration, and electives. The program of study is approved by the student's committee and program director; the program of study is intended to satisfy the specific needs and interests of the student. Any core area course which is already in the student's background may be replaced with an elective that strengthens the program of study.