# Applied Mathematical Sciences - BS, Statistics Emphasis

The curriculum in the Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematical Sciences with a Statistics emphasis explores the application of analytical problem solving tools to concrete problems in the statistical analysis of data. Students in the Statistics emphasis investigate a broad array of techniques in applied and pure mathematics and pursue electives in statistics that demonstrate how mathematics is central to acquiring information from the analysis of data sets.

A student completing this program is prepared to enter employment with analytical and quantitative tools relevant to technological industries or government. Furthermore, with the appropriate electives chosen, the student is prepared to enter quantitatively oriented graduate schools, including PhD programs in Applied Mathematics or Mathematics. A minor in computer science or statistics is well suited to students in this program. All advising for this degree option is done through the Undergraduate Program Office in the Department of Mathematics.

First Year | ||
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Fall | Semester Credit Hours | |

ENGL 104 or ENGL 103 | Composition and Rhetoric or Introduction to Rhetoric and Composition | 3 |

MATH 171 | Calculus I | 4 |

University Core Curriculum ^{2} | 3 | |

Freshman Science elective ^{1} | 4 | |

General elective ^{3,4} | 1 | |

Semester Credit Hours | 15 | |

Spring | ||

ECON 202 or ECON 203 | Principles of Economics or Principles of Economics | 3 |

MATH 172 | Calculus II | 4 |

University Core Curriculum ^{2} | 3 | |

Freshman Science elective ^{1} | 4 | |

General elective ^{3,4} | 1 | |

Semester Credit Hours | 15 | |

Second Year | ||

Fall | ||

MATH 221 | Several Variable Calculus | 4 |

MATH 300 | Foundations of Mathematics | 3 |

STAT 211 | Principles of Statistics I | 3 |

Select one of the following: | 4 | |

Programming I | ||

Introduction to Computer Science Concepts and Programming | ||

Introduction to Program Design and Concepts | ||

Structured Programming in C | ||

Semester Credit Hours | 14 | |

Spring | ||

MATH 308 | Differential Equations | 3 |

MATH 323 | Linear Algebra | 3 |

STAT 212 | Principles of Statistics II | 3 |

Select one of the following: | 4 | |

Programming I | ||

Introduction to Computer Science Concepts and Programming | ||

Introduction to Program Design and Concepts | ||

Structured Programming in C | ||

University Core Curriculum ^{2} | 3 | |

Semester Credit Hours | 16 | |

Third Year | ||

Fall | ||

MATH 409 | Advanced Calculus I | 3 |

PHYS 206 & PHYS 226 | Newtonian Mechanics for Engineering and Science and Physics of Motion Laboratory for the Sciences | 4 |

STAT 404 | Statistical Computing | 3 |

University Core Curriculum ^{2} | 3 | |

General Elective ^{4} | 3 | |

Semester Credit Hours | 16 | |

Spring | ||

MATH 417 or MATH 437 | Numerical Methods or Principles of Numerical Analysis | 4 |

STAT 408 | Introduction to Linear Models | 3 |

Select one of the following: | 4 | |

Mathematical Modeling of Ocean Climate | ||

Electricity and Magnetism for Engineering and Science and Electricity and Magnetism Laboratory for the Sciences | ||

University Core Curriculum ^{2} | 3 | |

Semester Credit Hours | 14 | |

Fourth Year | ||

Fall | ||

ISEN 320 or ISEN 340 | Operations Research I or Operations Research II | 3 |

MATH 411 or STAT 414 | Mathematical Probability or Mathematical Statistics I | 3 |

Select 6 hours from the following: | 6 | |

The Mathematics of Interest | ||

Mathematical Statistics II | ||

Directed Studies | ||

Special Topics in… | ||

University Core Curriculum ^{2} | 3 | |

Semester Credit Hours | 15 | |

Spring | ||

Select 6 hours from the following: | 6 | |

CSCE 210 -470 ^{5} | ||

Operations Research I | ||

Operations Research II | ||

The Mathematics of Interest | ||

Select one of the following: | 3 | |

Public Speaking | ||

Communication for Technical Professions | ||

Argumentation and Debate | ||

General elective ^{3} | 6 | |

Semester Credit Hours | 15 | |

Total Semester Credit Hours | 120 |

^{1} | Select 4 hours from: ASTR 111, BIOL 111, BIOL 112, CHEM 119, CHEM 120, CHEM 107/CHEM 117. The remaining 4 hours may be selected from: ASTR 111, ATMO 201/ATMO 202, BIOL 111, BIOL 112, CHEM 119, CHEM 120, CHEM 107/CHEM 117, GEOL 101/GEOL 102, OCNG 251/OCNG 252. |

^{2} | Of the 18 hours shown as University Core Curriculum, 3 must be from language, philosophy and culture, 3 from creative arts, 6 from American history, 6 from Government/Political Science. |

^{3} | MATH 170 is highly recommended for math majors co-enrolled in MATH 150, MATH 151, MATH 152, MATH 171 or MATH 172. |

^{4} | Select from any 100-499 course not used elsewhere, (except ALED 125; ASCC 102; ASTR 109/PHYS 109, ASTR 119/PHYS 119; BMEN 153; ISEN 101; KINE 199; LAND 101; MATH 102-148, 151-168, MATH 304, MATH 309, MATH 311, MATH 365, MATH 366, MATH 367, MATH 375, MATH 376; PHYS 201, PHYS 202, PHYS 205; PSYC 301; STAT 201, STAT 301, STAT 302, STAT 303; WFSC 101). |

^{5} | Except CSCE 222/ECEN 222, CSCE 285, CSCE 289, CSCE 291. |

Maximum of 3 hours of MATH 300 or CSCE 222/ECEN 222 may be used in this degree program.

Maximum of 3 hours of MATH 411 or STAT 414 may be used in this degree program.

Maximum of 4 hours of MATH 417, MATH 437 or CSCE 442 may be used in this degree program.

If a grade of D or F is earned in any of the following courses, MATH 151/MATH 171, MATH 152/MATH 172, MATH 221/MATH 251/MATH 253, MATH 300, MATH 323 or MATH 308, this course must be immediately retaken and a grade of C or better earned. The department will allow at most two D’s in upper-level (325-499) courses. If a third D is earned, one of the three courses in which a D was earned must be retaken and a grade of C or better earned.

Students desiring teacher certification should consult the requirements for certification before registering for electives.

Graduation requirements include a requirement for 3 hours of International and Cultural Diversity courses and 3 hours of Cultural Discourse courses. A course satisfying a Core category, a college/department requirement, or a general elective can be used to satisfy this requirement. See academic advisor.