Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics
Emphasis in Applied Mathematics
This emphasis is designed to train the student in those areas of mathematics which may be applied to formulate and solve problems in other disciplines. The program is designed to qualify the student for employment as an applied mathematician, but the graduate would also be well prepared for graduate study in pure or applied mathematics.
Preparation for the major (2425 units)
Must be completed with a grade of C (2.0) or better, and cannot be taken for credit/no credit (Cr/NC). The cumulative GPA in Math 245, Math 252, and Math 254 must be a C+ (2.3) or better.
All of the following 

One of the following 

Major (36+ units)
Courses must be approved by the applied mathematics adviser. Students planning to take Math 499 as an elective course must obtain approval from the program adviser.
All of the following 

One of the following 

One of the following 

One of the following 

Auxiliary area (10+ units)
The intent is to train the student in some depth in an area to which mathematics may be applied. Some latitude may be allowed in the choice of department and mix of courses, but all programs must be approved by the applied mathematics adviser. The 10 unit requirement is minimal, and a minor in an approved field is highly recommended.
Sample: depth in physics 

Sample: depth in chemistry 

Sample: depth in economics 

Other requirements
Graduation Writing Assessment Requirement.
Passing the Writing Placement Assessment with a score of 10 or completing one of the
approved upper division writing courses (W) with a grade of C (2.0) or better. See
“Graduation Requirements” section for a complete listing of requirements.
Master Plan.
A master plan of the courses taken to fulfill the major must be approved by the adviser
and filed with the major department.