Applied Mathematics Minor

The minor in Applied Mathematics provides a focus for students who are interested in the subject and want to integrate an aspect of applied mathematics with their major. To earn the minor, the student must complete three core courses and two elective courses, all with a grade of "C" or higher.

Course Title Credits
Required Courses
MATH2100PROBABILITY & STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS4
MATH2750DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS & SYSTEMS MODELING4
MATH2860LINEAR ALGEBRA & MATRIX THEORY4
Elective Requirement
Select two of the following:8
MATH1950FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS4
MATH2200ADVANCED STATISTICS4
MATH2250TIME SERIES4
MATH2300DISCRETE MATHEMATICS4
MATH2425CRYPTOLOGY4
MATH3150STOCHASTIC PROCESSES4
MATH3225FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS4
MATH3200DIFFERENTIAL GEOMETRY4
MATH3250HAZARD & CATASTROPHE MODELING4
MATH3500CALCULUS IV4
MATH3700OPERATIONS RESEARCH4
MATH3800SPECIAL TOPICS IN APPLIED MATHEMATICS4
MATH3900NUMERICAL ANALYSIS I4
MATH3950NUMERICAL ANALYSIS II4
MATH4100INDUSTRIAL PROBLEMS IN APPLIED MATHEMATICS4
MATH4400INTRODUCTION TO ABSTRACT ALGEBRA4
MATH4475ACTUARIAL MATHEMATICS4
MATH4575COMPLEX VARIABLES4
MATH4875REAL ANALYSIS I4
MATH4975REAL ANALYSIS II4
MATH4900PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS4
MATH4950DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS AND CHAOS4
MATH4050MACHINE LEARNING4
Total Credits20

Please note that the above minor elective list is not necessarily exhaustive. Additional options will be added as new courses are developed in the Applied Mathematics minor. Students with an Applied Mathematics minor will be notified by the Applied Mathematics Department of Special Topics and new mathematics course offerings as they become available.