Computer Science & Applied Mathematics

CS/Applied Mathematics Dual Degree Details (PDF)


Curriculum Content

General Education (41 credits)

  • COMM 101: Written and Oral Communication I
  • COMM 301: Written and Oral Communication II
  • ECON 201: Economic Principles
  • HUMN 201: Introduction to Humanities
  • LS 489: Senior Seminar
  • ORTH 101: Learning, Success, and Teamwork
  • SSCI 201: Introduction to Social Science
  • Advanced Humanities Elective
  • Advanced Social Science Elective
  • Liberal Studies Elective
  • Liberal Studies Elective

Basic Science (20 credits)

  • CHEM 135/136: Principles of Chemistry (w/Lab)
  • PHYS 114/115: Newtonian Mechanics (w/Lab)
  • PHYS 224-225: Electricity & Magnetism (w/Lab)
  • Basic Science Elective
  • Basic Science Elective

Computer Science (56 credits)

  • CS 101: Computing and Algorithms I
  • CS 102: Computing and Algorithms II
  • CS 202: Systems Programming Concepts
  • CS 203: Computing and Algorithms III
  • CS 211: Discrete Mathematics
  • CS 300: The Computing Professional
  • CS 312: Theory of Computation
  • CS 435: Functional Languages and Parsing
  • CS 451: Operating Systems
  • CS 471: Software Engineering
  • Computer Science Elective
  • Computer Science Elective
  • Computer Science Elective
  • Computer Science Elective

Computer Engineering (8 credits)

  • CE 210: Digital Systems I
  • CE 320: Microcomputers I

Mathematics (60 credits)

  • MATH 101: Calculus I
  • MATH 102: Calculus II
  • MATH 203: Multivariate Calculus
  • MATH 204: Differential Equations/Laplace Transforms
  • MATH 305: Numerical Methods & Matrices
  • MATH 307: Matrix Algebra
  • MATH 308: Abstract Algebra
  • MATH 313: Boundary Value Problems
  • MATH 321: Real Analysis I
  • MATH 327: Mathematical Statistics I
  • MATH 328: Methods of Applied Mathematics
  • MATH 412: Complex Variables
  • MATH 416: Vector Analysis
  • MATH 418: Intermediate Diff. Equations
  • MATH 423: Partial Differential Equations

Thesis (4 credits)

  • Senior Thesis

Total CS/AM Dual Degree (189 credits minimum)