The bachelor of science in applied mathematics requires the following:

MST 112Calculus with Analytic Geometry II4
MST 113Multivariable Calculus4
MST 117Discrete Mathematics4
MST 121Linear Algebra I4
MST 225Linear Algebra II3
MST 251Ordinary Differential Equations3
MST 311Introductory Real Analysis I3
MST 351Introduction to Mathematical Modeling3
MST 357Probability3
MST 326Numberical Linear Algebra3
or MST 355 Introduction to Numberical Methods
Choose one of the following:3
Mathematical Statistics
Multivariate Statistics
Computational and Nonparametric Statistics
Linear Models
Choose 3 additional 3-hour courses numbered 200 or above *9
CSC 111Introduction to Computer Science4
CSC 112Fundamentals of Computer Science4
Choose one year-long sequence outside of mathematics and statistics chosen from the following:
CSC 221 and one CSC course numbered 200 or above
General Physics I
and General Physics II
College Chemistry I
and College Chemistry II
Evolutionary and Ecological Biology
and Genetics and Molecular Biology
a sequence approved by the applied mathematics major adviser

To declare this major, at least three of MST 111, MST 112, MST 113, MST 117, MST 121 and MST 256 must be completed with a grade of at least a C or through AP credit.