Pure & Applied Mathematics Bachelor’s Program Curriculum Overview

The pure and applied mathematics bachelor’s degree program curriculum satisfies the core bachelor of science curriculum that includes certain breadth requirements in mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology, computer science, the humanities and social sciences. In addition to this science core, the student completes twelve upper-level mathematics courses (called technical electives). Most of these technical courses are prescribed by the program but in some cases other courses can be substituted with the approval of the undergraduate advisor. The program includes two general electives which can be applied toward a minor in another discipline.

By the end of this program, you will be able to:

  • Design, analyze and implement numerical algorithms for solving problems in science, engineering and business.
  • Perform statistical analysis of datasets for actionable insight.
  • Perform critical analysis and provide computational solutions.
  • Analyze mathematical ideas and apply abstract concepts to prove results and solve problems.

Focus Areas Include:

  • Computational Mathematics of Continuous Systems
  • Discrete Mathematics, Cryptography and Computations
  • Statistics and Mathematics of Risk Management

View courses and requirements in the academic catalog