The flowchart below lists all required math courses numbered 300 and above with arrows indicating prerequisites. This is not intended as a list of all required courses but rather an indication of the breadth and depth of material covered as part of the Computational & Applied Mathematics (CAM) emphasis.
Overall, all Applied Mathematics majors must take at least 39 credit hours of mathematics courses.
In addition to the core, students must take an additional 6 credit hours of elective MATH courses (as indicated by the "MATH-***" entries in the flowchart above). Possible electives within the Computational Mathematics area of emphasis include MATH-358 Discrete Mathematics, MATH-457 Integral Equations, MATH-503 Functional Analysis, MATH-506 Complex Analysis II, or MATH-550 Numerical Solutions of Partial Differential Equations, as well as any other appropriate course with departmental approval.
Also in addition to the core course requirements, students must earn an additional 13 hours of free electives. Unlike the Math Electives, these elective hours are not restricted to courses within the department but rather may be used for minors or majors with other departments or simply to take classes that you find interesting.