Minor Requirements

The minor in Applied Mathematics and Statistics should be attractive to students majoring in a variety of disciplines, both in the School of Engineering and in the School of Arts and Sciences.  The minor provides formal recognition of depth and strength of a student’s quantitative knowledge beyond the minimal requirements of his/her major.

Students interested in a minor in Applied Mathematics and Statistics should see the department’s Academic Program Coordinator with a completed minor proposal form and the Registrar’s “Add a Minor” form.

 

The requirements of the minor in Applied Mathematics and Statistics are:

1.   Completion of an approved program of study containing at least 18 credits in courses coded Q.  The first two courses in calculus (i.e. 110.106-7 or 110.108-9 or 110.113, or their equivalents elsewhere) may not be used in fulfillment of this requirement.

2.   Among the courses comprising the 18 credits, there must be:

  • at least four (3- or 4-credit) courses in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics.
  • at least three (3- or 4-credit) courses at the 300-level or above, of which at least two must be in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics.
  • an approved semester course in scientific computing, chosen from 171.426, 250.205, 500.200, 510.202, 530.371, 540.305, 553.281, 553.383, 553.385, 553.386, 553.388, 553.400, 553.413, 553.433, 553.436, 553.443, 553.450, 553.488, 553.489, 553.493, 560.220, 570.210, 580.200, 580.223, 601.475, 601.482 or one of the courses approved to meet the AMS Master’s/PhD Computing Requirement.

3.   All courses counted in fulfillment of requirements for the minor must be taken for a letter grade and be a C- or higher.

4.   Students may not count all three courses, 553.310/311, 553.420/620, and 553.430/630 toward minor requirements.

 

Minor Proposal Form

Minor Sample Programs

 

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