Applied Mathematics Degree

Students must also complete the Undergraduate Registration Requirement and the degree requirements of their home school.

Course Title
Requirements (48 units)
Core Courses (32 units) 1
4 mathematics courses
4 engineering analysis and computer proficiency courses
4 units of basic science: 2, 3
General Physics
and General Physics
2 units chosen from McCormick-approved basic science courses
3 design and communication courses
5 basic engineering courses:
Programming for Engineers
Fundamentals of Computer Programming II
7 social sciences/humanities courses
5 unrestricted electives
Major Program (16 units)
7 engineering sciences and applied mathematics courses:
Special Topics
1 unit of any 300- or 400-level ES_APPM course
Complex Variables
Complex Analysis
Applied Dynamical Systems
Modeling and Computation in Science & Engineering
Applied Linear Algebra
Linear Algebra: Second Course
Models in Applied Mathematics
2 courses chosen from:
Probabilistic Systems
Probability
Statistics
Operations Research
Foundations of Optimization
Probability and Stochastic Processes
Probability and Stochastic Processes
Probability and Stochastic Processes
1 mathematical modeling course chosen from:
Introduction to Computational Neuroscience
Quantitative Biology I: Experiments, Data, Models, and Analysis
Projects
Selected Topics in Applied Mathematics (subject to department approval, one whole unit or two half units)
Other modeling course subject to department approval
4 courses in engineering or the sciences at the 300 level or higher leading to an approved concentration in one of the following areas:
Engineering
Mathematical social sciences (e.g., economics)
Mathematics (e.g., discrete mathematics or analysis)
Numerics
The sciences
2 technical electives at the 300 level or higher in engineering, science, or mathematics