Department of Mathematics and Statistics

Minor in Applied Mathematics

The minor in applied mathematics is designed to present a rigorous introduction to university-level mathematics. The theory and methods of applied mathematics are widely employed across the sciences and industries, including business, economics, and engineering, to model and make predictions about real-world phenomena.

Minimum number of credits required for the minor: 20

Required Courses: (11 credits)

Note: Some of these courses have prerequisites; see course descriptions.

MAT 252 Calculus C (4 cr)
MAT 281 Introduction to Probability (3 cr) or MAT 380 Probability and Statistics (3 cr)
MAT 295 Linear Algebra (4 cr)

Elective Courses: (9 credits)

Choose three courses from the following:
MAT 350 Differential Equations (4 cr)
MAT 364 Numerical Analysis (3 cr)
MAT 366 Deterministic Models in Operations Research (3 cr)
MAT 383 System Modeling and Simulation (3 cr)
MAT 460 Mathematical Modeling (3 cr)
MAT 461 Stochastic Models in Operations Research (3 cr)
MAT 492 Graph Theory and Combinatorics (3 cr)