Minor in Applied Mathematics

This minor is aimed at providing a focus for students who are interested in applied mathematics.  To earn the Minor in Applied Mathematics, students must complete the following courses, as listed below, with a final grade of "C" or better. Unless noted otherwise, all courses bear 4 credits.  Click here for a full list of course descriptions.

3 Core Applied Mathematics Courses - 12 total credits

  • MATH2500 Differential Equations or MATH2750 Differential Equations and Systems Modeling
  • MATH2860 Linear Algebra and Matrix Algebra
  • MATH2100 Probability and Statistics

Choose 2 Applied Mathematics Minor Elective courses from the list below - 8 total credits

  • MATH3700 Operations Research
  • MATH3900 Introduction to Numerical Analysis
  • MATH4150 Math Methods in Sci/Eng
  • MATH4400 Introduction to Abstract Algebra
  • MATH4475 Actuarial Math
  • MATH4575 Complex Variables
  • MATH4675 Topology
  • MATH4875 Real Analysis I
  • MATH2200 Advanced Statistics or COMP611 Biostatistics
  • MATH4900 Partial Differential Equations
  • MATH4950 Dynamical Systems and Chaos
  • MATH4050 Machine Learning
  • MATH2300 Discrete Math
  • MATH3500 Calculus IV
  • MATH3800 Special Topics