20182019 Catalog
Applied Mathematical Sciences, Computational and Data Sciences, B.S.


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Requirements for the Applied Mathematical Sciences Major
To receive the B.S. in Applied Mathematical Sciences students must adhere to General Education and School of Natural Sciences Requirements . The Applied Mathematical Sciences program consists of 7883 units with a minimum of 20 courses designed to give all students a common foundation of core knowledge specific to the discipline, plus breadth in an application area.
Lower Division Courses [38 Units Minimum]
Biological or Earth Systems Science Requirement [4 units]
Complete one of the following courses:
Computer Science Requirement [24 units]
Complete one of the following computer science courses:
Chemistry Requirement [4 units]
Complete the following chemistry course:
Mathematics Requirement [20 units]
Complete the following five math courses:
Physics Requirement [8 units]
Complete the following two physics courses:
Upper Division Courses [28 Units]
Complete the following courses:
Complete one of the following courses:
Requirements for Computational and Data Sciences Emphasis Track [12 Units]
Complete one of the following two courses:*
Complete two of the following three courses:
Transfer Students
To be admitted to the Applied Mathematical Sciences major transfer students must meet the following requirements:
Applicants will, at the time of admission have completed at minimum each of the following courses (or their equivalent) with a “C” or better: 
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