The department of mathematics offers a B.S. degree in applied mathematics. Below are the math requirements for the applied mathematics track as of Fall 2020. Feel free to ask any of the math department faculty about majoring in mathematics.

Applied Mathematics Track (39 Hrs) | ||||

Core Courses (21 hours) | ||||

Course No | Course | Credit Hrs | Prerequisite | Semester Offered |

MATH 1496 | Calculus I | 4 | C or better in MATH 1390 and MATH 1392; or C or better in MATH 1580; or equivalent |
Fall, Spring, & Summer |

MATH 1497 | Calculus II | 4 | C or better in MATH 1496. | Fall, Spring, & Summer |

MATH 2335 | Transition to Advanced Math | 3 | MATH 1497 | Fall & Spring |

MATH 2471 | Calculus III | 4 | C or better in MATH 1497 | Fall, Spring, & Summer |

MATH 3320 | Linear Algebra [Upper Core : I] |
3 | MATH 1497 or MATH 2330 | Fall, Spring, & Summer |

MATH 4371 | Intro to Probability [Upper Core : R] |
3 | MATH 1497 | Fall |

Required Courses (16 hours) | ||||

MATH 2441 | Mathematical Computation | 4 | MATH 1497 or concurrent enrollment in MATH 1497 | Fall |

MATH 3311 | Statistical Methods | 3 | MATH 2441, or MATH 1496 & CSCI 1470, or consent of instructor | Fall, Spring, & Summer |

MATH 3331 | Ordinary Differential Equations I [Upper Core : C] |
3 | MATH 1497 | Fall, Spring |

MATH 4306 | Modeling and Simulation [Upper Core : Z] |
3 | Math 2441, Math 3320, Math 3331 and Math 4371 | Spring |

MATH 4315 or MATH 4340 or MATH 4373 |
Partial Differential Equations – Numerical Methods – Regression Analysis |
3 | MATH 2471, MATH 3331 and MATH 2441 – MATH 3320 and MATH 2441 (C or better in both) – MATH 4372 |
Fall |

Choose 2 Electives (6 Hours) | ||||

MATH 3360 | Introduction to Rings and Fields | 3 | MATH 2335 | Fall |

MATH 3362 | Introduction to Group Theory | 3 | MATH 2335 | Spring |

MATH 3391 | Non-parametric Statistics | 3 | MATH 3311 or consent of instructor | Fall |

MATH 3392 | Multivariate Analysis | 3 | MATH 3311 and MATH 3320 or consent of instructor | Fall |

MATH 4305 | Ordinary Differential Equations II | 3 | MATH 3320 and MATH 3331 | Fall |

MATH 4315 | Partial Differential Equations | 3 | MATH 2471, MATH 3331 and MATH 2441 | Fall |

MATH 4316 | Fundamentals of Applied Math for Fluid and Granular Materials | 3 | MATH 4315 | Spring |

MATH 4330 | Mathematical Modeling in Biology | 3 | MATH 3331 and MATH 2441 (C or better in both) | Fall |

MATH 4340 | Numerical Methods | 3 | MATH 3320 and MATH 2441 (C or better in both) | Fall |

MATH 4362 | Advanced Calculus I [Upper Core : Z] |
3 | MATH 2471 | Fall |

MATH 4363 | Advanced Calculus II | 3 | MATH 4362 | Spring |

MATH 4373 | Regression Analysis | 3 | MATH 3311 (C or higher) or consent of instructor | Fall |

MATH 4374 | Intro to Stochastic Processes | 3 | MATH 4371 | Fall |

MATH 4385 | Complex Analysis | 3 | MATH 2471 | On Demand |

MATH 4391 | Machine Learning | 3 | MATH 4373 or consent of instructor | Spring |

Other Requirements | ||||

• Minor Required • Must complete 120 semester hours including 38 hours of General Education. • GPA of 2.00 or better in each of the major and minor fields • Must have 40 hours of upper level (3000 or 4000) courses. • At least 15 hours of the major must be earned in residence. • Ancillary Requirements (6-8 hours): PHYS 1410 and 1420 OR PHYS 1441 and 1442 OR CHEM 1450 and CHEM 1451 OR ECON 2320 and ECON 2321 OR CSCI 1470 and CSCI 1480 • Completion of all university requirements including the UCA Core. |

Version Fall 2020

## Faculty in Applied Mathematics

The faculty in the mathematics department have a wide variety of interests. Those that have an expressed interest in applied mathematics are: