Applied Mathematics (BS)

The BS degree program in applied mathematics offered by the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts is a transdisciplinary program focused on developing flexible problem-solvers who can apply mathematical techniques and skills to a wide range of problems in the sciences, such as biology, social sciences, chemistry, physics and engineering. The coursework builds a foundation in mathematical modeling, data analysis and the interpretation of mathematical results in real-world settings. Students choose electives in the sciences, technology, engineering or other areas of interest to complement and provide context for their mathematical training.

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Applied Mathematics (BS)
Integrative Sciences and Arts, College of

Location
Polytechnic

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Students in this program are prepared to apply their analytic skills and technical knowledge to problems in a range of careers in industry, government, education or nonprofit organizations. They also pursue advanced degrees in the mathematical sciences (e.g., mathematics, statistics and applied mathematics such as in mathematical biology).

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