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Contact
For questions about the program, please contact:
Amanda Hattaway
Chair of Applied Mathematics
Ira Allen 319  6179894368
hattawaya@wit.edu
Applied Mathematics, B.S. Degree (BSAM)
The Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics degree can be completed in three years. You can also complete the program in four years if you would like more time or if you would like to double major. Click here for a full list of course descriptions.
3 Year BSAM Option
Fall  Spring  Summer  
First Year  Methods & Topics in App. Math.I (4) Engineering Calculus I (4) Discrete Math (4) Computer Science I (4) English I (4) 
Methods & Topics in App. Math II (4) Engineering Calculus II (4) Engineering Physics I (4) Computer Science II (4) English II (4) 
PreCoop Work Term (Optional) 
Second Year  Multivariable Calculus (4) Differential Equations (4) Eng. Physics II (4) Probability and Statistics (4) Humanities/Social Science (4) 
Operations Research (4) Linear Algebra and Matrix Theory (4) Introduction to Numerical Analysis (4) Technical Elective (4) Humanities/Social Science (4) 
Cooperative Work Semester I 
Third Year  Applied Math Final Year Design I (4) Advanced Statistics (4) Adv. Mathematical Modeling (3) Exposition in Applied Mathematics (I) Humanities/Social Science (4) Technical Elective (4) 
Cooperative Work Semester II  Applied Math Final Year Design II (4) Technical Elective (4) Technical Elective (4)q Humanities/Social Science (4) Humanities/Social Science (4) 


Fall  Spring  Summer  
First Year  Methods & Topics in App. Math.I (4) Engineering Calculus I (4) Computer Science I (4) English I (4) 
Methods & Topics in App. Math II (4) Engineering Calculus II (4) Computer Science II (4) English II (4) 

Second Year  Multivariable Calculus (4) Differential Equations (4) Probability and Statistics (4) Humanities/Social Science (4) 
Engineering Physics I (4) Operations Research (4) Linear Algebra and Matrix Theory (4) Humanities/Social Science (4) 
PreCoop Work Term (Optional) 
Third Year  Discrete Math (4) Engineering Physics II (4) Humanities/Social Science (4) Advanced Statistics (4) 
Humanities/Social Science (4) Introduction to Numerical Analysis (4) Technical Elective (4) 
Cooperative Work Semester I 
Fourth Year  Applied Math Final Year Design I (4) Adv. Mathematical Modeling (3) Technical Elective (4) Exposition in Applied Math I (1) 
Cooperative Work Semester II  Applied Math Final Year Design II (4) Technical Elective (4) Technical Elective (4) Humanities/Social Science (4) 
*Both programs are 120 credits. You can complete the program in 3 or 4 years. 