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 78-83 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 [40 Units]
Biological or Environmental Systems Science Requirement [4 units]
Requirements for Custom Emphasis Track [18-20 Units]
Students must complete between 18 and 20 units of approved course work toward the completion of an emphasis track. At least 11 of these 18 units must be upper division courses. Students may design their own emphasis track with approval from the program chair for the Applied Mathematical Sciences major.