**Major in Mathematical Sciences, Concentration 2: Applied Mathematics; 54-58 Credit Hours.**

MATH 165 - Calculus 1 (4)

MATH 166 - Calculus 2 (4)

MATH 215 - Discrete Systems (4)

MATH 217 - Linear Algebra (4)

MATH 259 - Introduction to Mathematical Software (3)

MATH 267 - Calculus 3 (4)

MATH 320 - Probability (4)

MATH 374 - Differential Equations (3)

MATH 411 - Abstract Algebra 1 (3)

MATH 471 - Real Analysis 1 (4)

MATH 498 - Senior Seminar (2)

**Option 2: Applied Mathematics 18-19 Hours**

MATH 335 - Mathematical Models (3)

MATH 362 - Numerical Analysis 1 (3)

**Two courses from two blocks (four courses total)**

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Statistics **

MATH 321 - Mathematical Statistics (4)

MATH 422 - Theory of Sampling and Surveys (3)

MATH 428 - Regression and Time Series Models (3)

MATH 429 - Analysis of Variance in Experimental Design Models (3)

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Discrete Mathematics **

MATH 412 - Abstract Algebra 2 (3)

MATH 415 - Mathematics of Coding and Communication (3)

MATH 416 - Theory of Numbers (3)

MATH 456 - Introduction to Operations Research (3)

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Analysis **

MATH 363 - Numerical Analysis 2 (3)

MATH 377 - Complex Analysis (3)

MATH 472 - Real Analysis 2 (3)

MATH 473 - Boundary Value Problems (3)

MATH 475 - Topics in Partial Differential Equations (3)

Mathematical science students are encouraged to take CS 120 and PHYC 120. PHYC 120 satisfies the Tier 1 natural science requirement in the University Core Curriculum. Students are strongly advised to deepen their understanding of aspects of the program by selecting additional courses in areas such as business, computer science, finance, economics, or physics. By selecting additional courses appropriately, a student can earn a related minor in computer science, physics, or foundations of business for actuarial science and mathematics majors.

For course descriptions and prerequisites, please see the Mathematical Sciences section of the current Undergraduate Course Catalog.