The Bachelor of Science with a major in Applied Mathematics with a computer science option is designed for the student who has an interest in both mathematics and computer science. The mathematics component provides a strong foundation in mathematics with an emphasis on applied mathematics. The computer science option allows for a concentrated study in computer science with more flexibility and fewer requirements than a traditional computer science major. With carefully planned electives, this program provides excellent preparation for graduate work in either mathematics or computer science.
This degree requires the completion of at least 120 semester hours, including at least 42 hours of general education, at least 36 hours of mathematics, and at least 21 hours of computer science.
Sample Plans of Study
What follows are sample plans of study. You will develop your own plan of study in consultation with your academic advisor in the Department of Mathematics.