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 mathinfo@Loyno.edu 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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