Bachelor of Science with a concentation in Computational Mathematics

The B.S. in Mathematics with a concentration in Computational Mathematics helps prepare mathematics majors to meet the demands of ever-changing scientific computation in their future postgraduate work, whether in industry or academia. This degree requires a minimum of 57 semester hours, as follows:

MATH 2221 Analytic Geometry and Calculus I (4)
MATH 2222 Analytic Geometry and Calculus II (4)
MATH 2223 Analytic Geometry and Calculus III (4)
MATH 2224 Differential Equations (3)
MATH 2241 Programming in MATLAB for the Sciences (3)
MATH 3092 Informatics/Data Mining (3)
MATH 3185 Mathematical Modeling (3)
MATH 3316 Probability Theory (3)
MATH 3335 Linear Algebra (3)
MATH 3342 Complex Variables (3)
MATH 3380 Discrete Mathematics (3)* OR MATH 3382 Combinatorial Design Theory (3)*
MATH 4333 Modern Algebra I (3)
MATH 4343 Analysis I (3)
MATH 4410 Numerical Analysis I (3)
MATH 4411 Numerical Analysis II (3)
MATH 4350 Senior Capstone (3)
CSCI 1990 (3)
CSCI 3250 (3)


*One of these courses must be taken. PHYS 2121 and 2122 are also recommended.