Computer Science and Applied Mathematics

Computer Science majors are permitted to take both 3450:427 Applied Numerical Methods I and 3450:428 Applied Numerical Methods II as electives for the computer science plan of study. If you take those courses, the remaining required classes are:
3450:223 Calculus III
3450:335 Introduction to Ordinary Differential Equations
3450:307 Fundamentals of Advanced Mathematics 
3450:312 Linear Algebra
3450:421 Advanced Calculus I
3450:436 Mathematical Models
One of 3450:425 Complex Variables or 3450:422 Advanced Calculus II

Total: 22 Additional Credits

Minor: If you take 3450:427 Applied Numerical Methods I, and 450:428 Applied Numerical Methods II, you may apply 3460:316 Data Structures to our minor program. Then you need to take only 3450:223 Calculus III and 3450:312 Linear Algebra to complete a minor in mathematics or applied mathematics.