The minor in applied mathematics in the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts at the Polytechnic campus is designed to enable students to understand and apply mathematics most commonly used in the fields of business, economics, engineering, physics, computer sciences, life sciences, social sciences and sustainability. The minor is recommended for students who plan to major in these diverse fields, are preparing for further graduate study or who wish for increased employment options. The coursework explores the study of advanced applied mathematical topics with an emphasis on applied sciences. Students with a minor in applied mathematics learn to use theories and techniques, such as mathematical modeling, computational methods and statistics to resolve practical, real-world problems.
Applied Mathematics (Minor)
Integrative Sciences and Arts, College of
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