CAS > Departments > Mathematics and Statistics > Programs > Minor in Applied and Computational Mathematics

Students enrolling in the applied and computational mathematics minor should have normally completed a minimum of 30 credits of course work and be in good academic standing.

The following rules apply:

- The minor consists of a minimum of 18 credits, including at least nine credits in courses at or above the 300 level.
- At least nine credits of the 18 credits required for the minor must be taken in residence at AUS.
- At least six credits of the nine credits at or above the 300 level must be taken in residence at AUS.
- A minimum GPA of 2.00 must be earned in courses completed to satisfy the minor.

Students seeking a minor in applied and computational mathematics must successfully complete the following courses or their equivalent. All course prerequisites must be satisfied.

This minor is not open to students majoring in mathematics.

- MTH 205 Differential Equations
- MTH 221 Linear Algebra
- MTH 343 Numerical Analysis I or CVE 325 Numerical Methods in Engineering or MCE 325 Numerical Methods in Engineering
- MTH 351 Methods of Applied Mathematics

Students must successfully complete two courses for a minimum of six credits as follows:

- a minimum of three credits in approved 300-level or above MTH and/or STA courses. Consult the online course catalog or the online class schedule accessible via the AUS student information system to verify course classifications.
- a maximum of three credits from the following list:
- ECO 451 Advanced Econometrics
- ECO 452 Economic Forecasting
- ELE 311 Electromagnetics
- ELE 455 Digital Image Processing
- ELE 456 Pattern Recognition
- INE 323 Stochastic Processes and Simulation
- INE 415 Design of Experiments
- MCE 482 Intermediate Fluid Mechanics