# Applied Mathematics - Supplemental Major

The program consists of 24 credits in the designated list of courses. To earn a supplementary major in applied mathematics a student must earn 15 credits from Categories I.A and I.B of which at least 9 credits must be from Category I.B. A student must also earn 9 credits from the Category II list of related disciplines. The courses in Category II may be taken from any combination of areas. A student may not earn a bachelor's degree in mathematics and also a supplementary major in applied mathematics.

Code | Title | Credits |
---|---|---|

Requirements | ||

Category I.A. | ||

Select two from the following: | 6 | |

Introduction to Numerical Methods | 3 | |

Vector Analysis | 3 | |

Introduction to Ordinary Differential Equations | 3 | |

Financial Mathematics I | 3 | |

Statistics for Engineers and Scientists I | 3 | |

Category I.B. | ||

Select three from the following: | 9 | |

Introduction to Modern Algebra | 3 | |

Introduction to Analysis | 3 | |

Financial Mathematics II | 3 | |

or MATH 423 | Numerical Optimization and Applications to Financial Mathematics | |

Introduction to Differential Geometry | 3 | |

Introduction to Topology | 3 | |

Mathematical Logic | 3 | |

Complex Variables | 3 | |

Fourier Series and Boundary Value Problems | 3 | |

Calculus of Variations and Optimal Control | 3 | |

Matrix Theory and Applied Linear Algebra | 3 | |

Probability: Theory and Applications | 3 | |

Statistics: Theory and Applications | 3 | |

Category II | ||

Select 9 credits from the following Related disciplines: | 9 | |

Structural Analysis | 4 | |

Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics | 3 | |

Fundamentals of Environmental Engineering | 3 | |

Hydraulic and Hydrologic Engineering | 3 | |

Data Structures and Algorithms | 4 | |

Computer Graphics I | 3 | |

Bioinformatics | 3 | |

Parallel Programming | 3 | |

Transport Operations I: Fluid Flow | 3 | |

Transport Operations II: Heat and Mass Transfer | 4 | |

Process Dynamics and Control | 3 | |

Chemical Kinetics and Reactor Engineering | 3 | |

Physical Chemistry I | 3 | |

Physical Chemistry II | 3 | |

Inorganic Structure and Bonding | 3 | |

Introductory Econometrics | 3 | |

Mathematical Economics | 3 | |

Independent Study (with approval) | 1-3 | |

Introduction to Digital Signal Processing | 4 | |

Introduction to Optics | 4 | |

Automatic Control Systems | 4 | |

Computer Control Systems | 3 | |

Introduction to Communication Systems | 4 | |

Digital Communication Systems I | 3 | |

Investments | 3 | |

Analysis of Financial Markets and Institutions | 3 | |

Theory of Financial Decisions | 3 | |

Investment Analysis | 3 | |

Quality Control | 3 | |

Engineering Operations Research I | 3 | |

Engineering Operations Research II | 3 | |

Evaluation of Engineering Data | 3 | |

Reliability | 3 | |

Vibrations | 3 | |

Intermediate Dynamics | 3 | |

Fluid Mechanics | 3 | |

Heat Transfer | 3 | |

Intermediate Mathematical Methods of Physics | 3 | |

Intermediate Mechanics I | 3 | |

Intermediate Modern Physics I | 3 | |

Intermediate Modern Physics II | 3 | |

Intermediate Electricity and Magnetism I | 3 | |

Intermediate Electricity and Magnetism II | 3 | |

Introduction to Optics | 4 | |

Computational Physics | 3 | |

Thermodynamics | 3 | |

Independent Study | 1-3 | |

Mathematical Methods of Physics I | 3 | |

Introductory Spatial Data Adjustment I | 3 | |

Advanced Survey Measurements, Analysis, and Adjustments | 3 | |

GNSS Positioning | 3 | |

Automata, Languages, Computability ^{1} | 3 | |

Analysis of Algorithms ^{1} | 3 | |

Total Credits | 24 |

^{1} | Student must be eligible to take 500-level courses. |