In addition to the preliminary and extra-disciplinary requirements described above, the student must earn credit for the following courses, with a grade average of at least 2.0.
- Differential Equations sequence: MAT 414 and MAT 517.
- Numerical Methods course: MAT 581.
- First course in each of the sequences in Table 1.
- Second course in one of the sequences in Table 1.
|Sequence||First course||Second course|
|Linear Transforms||MAT 532 or 531||MAT 518 or 682|
|Analysis||MAT 412||MAT 511 or 512 or 513 or 554|
|Probability and Statistics||MAT 521||MAT 525 or 526|
- 9 credits of elective mathematics courses numbered 490 or higher. With prior approval of the student's major advisor, mathematically rich 500+ level courses in other departments may be substituted for the mathematics electives.
Distinction in Applied Mathematics is awarded by the Mathematics Department upon completion of a B.S. in Applied Mathematics with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.4, a minimum GPA of 3.6 in mathematics (MAT) courses at the 300+ level, and either an A or A- in the Senior Seminar or a high-quality Honors Thesis. See the Mathematics Department undergraduate advisor for additional requirements.