# Bachelor of Science - Applications of Mathematics

In addition to the Mathematics Major Core Requirements, the following are required:

- MAT 245 Differential Equations
- MAT 320 Probability and Statistics I
- MAT 322 Numerical Analysis I
- MAT 378 Discrete Mathematics
- MAT 488 Seminar in Mathematical Modeling

Two additional courses from among:

- MAT 375 Abstract Algebra I
- MAT 450 Analysis
- MAT 480 Topology

One additional course from among:

- MAT 321 Mathematical Statistics
- MAT 325 Design of Experiments
- MAT 326 Regression Analysis

Also required are two additional cognate courses beyond those used to satisfy the Liberal Education Program requirements, selected by the student with the approval of a departmental adviser, from any of the following areas of application: biology, chemistry, computer science, earth science, economics, physics, or another approved area of application.

Additional elective courses in mathematics and the area of application should be chosen in consultation with a departmental adviser and can be selected to further career or graduate school objectives. An internship program is also available.