OHIO University Undergraduate Catalog 201012 [Archived Catalog]
Applied Mathematics Major (B.S.)


Return to: Ohio University Arts and Sciences Special curriculum; major code BS3103
The Applied Mathematics major is for students who seek a strong mathematical background and the ability to apply mathematics in other fields. Students may choose from a wide variety of courses in subjects such as statistics, numerical analysis, real and complex analysis, Fourier analysis, linear and nonlinear programming, ordinary and partial differential equations, dynamical systems, algebraic coding theory, bioinformatics, and optimization. Students also take courses outside the Department of Mathematics in fields where math is applied. In addition to 52 hours of mathematics course requirements, at least 16 hours of extradepartmental coursework at the 200 level or above is required in a chosen area.
Consult with an advisor for assistance in designing a suitable study plan. Your program must meet the following requirements: 