- What is the Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics (BSAM) curriculum?
- Is the BSAM degree really three years?
- How do I take a course at another Institution?
- Are there math facilitated study groups?
- Where can I find information at Applied Math advising?
- Can I challenge a course?
- How do I stay in touch and learn more?
- What is the Math Club?
- Where can I find course descriptions?
- What courses are required for the Minor in Applied Math?
For questions about the program, please contact:
Chair of Applied Mathematics
Ira Allen 319 | 617-989-4368
Minor in Applied Mathematics
This minor is aimed at providing a focus for students who are interested in applied mathematics. To earn the Minor in Applied Mathematics, students must complete the following courses, as listed below, with a final grade of "C" or better. Unless noted otherwise, all courses bear 4 credits. Click here for a full list of course descriptions.
3 Core Applied Mathematics Courses - 12 total credits
- MATH625 Differential Equations or MATH615 Differential Equations and Systems Modeling
- MATH890 Linear Algebra and Matrix Algebra
- MATH505 Probability and Statistics
Choose 2 Applied Mathematics Minor Elective courses from the list below - 8 total credits
- MATH310 Operations Research
- MATH320 Introduction to Numerical Analysis
- MATH330 Math Methods in Sci/Eng
- MATH470 Introduction to Abstract Algebra
- MATH520 Actuarial Math
- MATH525 Complex Variables
- MATH530 Topology
- MATH600 Real Analysis I
- MATH605 Advanced Statistics or COMP611 Biostatistics
- MATH635 Partial Differential Equations
- MATH645 Dynamical Systems and Chaos
- MATH650 Machine Learning