Bachelor of Science in Computational Mathematics

The Department of Mathematical Sciences offers a concentration in Computational Mathematics, which consists of 120 hours, including 43 hours in major courses. This major ensures that students master a basic knowledge of mathematical concepts and techniques. In addition, courses in programming, scientific computing and computational mathematics lead to a capstone research project. This degree is designed to prepare students for graduate work using numerical or statistical analysis.  Contact the department at for more information.

Bachelor of Science in Computational Mathematics Curriculum

Required Courses:

  • MATH A200 Intro Linear Algebra
  • MATH A211 Intro to Programming I
  • MATH A212 Intro to Programming II
  • MATH A257 Calculus I
  • MATH A258 Calculus II
  • MATH A259 Calculus III
  • MATH A271 Applied Scientific Computing
  • MATH A310 Intro Differential Equations
  • MATH A340 Math Probability
  • MATH A341 Statistics Theory & Methods
  • MATH A375 Computational Mathematics
  • MATH A410 Advanced Calculus I
  • MATH A498 Research Project

Plus two math electives: MATH A300-A400 level.

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