Applied Mathematics, B.S.

Sample Degree Map

The Applied Mathematics, B.S. is for students pursuing a mathematics-related career in business, science, industry, or the public sector, and those interested in graduate study in applied mathematics or statistics. 

The State University of New York at Fredonia is committed to doing our part to provide each student a clear path to graduation. This four-year degree plan is a sample map for fulfilling requirements in the major, the Fredonia Foundations (FF), and other supporting courses. The pathway that you take to your degree may differ somewhat from this illustration, depending on where you start and the detours and side trips you may take along the way. If you are committed to completing your degree in four years, we encourage you to consider signing up for the Fredonia in 4 program. For complete information about this degree program, please consult the university catalog at www.fredonia.edu/catalog

Sample Degree Plan

First Year

Fall Semester

Course Credits
MATH 100 First Year Math Seminar 1
MATH 122 University Calculus I 4
CSIT 121 Intro to Computer Science 3
FF Course 3
FF Course 3
TOTAL 14

Spring Semester

Course Credits
MATH 123 University Calculus II 4
PHYS 230 University Physics I 4
PHYS 232 University Physics Lab I 1
FF Course 3
FF Course 3
TOTAL 15

Second Year

Fall Semester

Course Credits
MATH 210 Mathematical Structures and Proof 4
MATH 223 University Calculus III 4
FF Course 3
FF Course 3
General Elective 3
TOTAL 17

Spring Semester

Course Credits
MATH 224 Differential Equations 3
MATH 231 Linear Algebra 4
FF Course 3
FF Course 3
General Elective 3
TOTAL 16

Third Year

Fall Semester

Course Credits
MATH 329 Mathematical Modeling 3
STAT 350 Probability and Statistics 3
Minor or Elective Course 3
Minor or Elective Course 3
Minor or Elective Course 3
TOTAL 15

Spring Semester

Course Credits
Minor or Elective Course 3
Minor or Elective Course 3
Minor or Elective Course 3
Minor or Elective Course 3
Minor or Elective Course 3
TOTAL 15

Fourth Year

Fall Semester

Course Credits
MATH 406 Applied Math Senior Seminar 1
STAT 354 Probability with Applications 3
Minor or Elective Course 3
Minor or Elective Course 3
Minor or Elective Course 3
Minor or Elective Course 2
TOTAL 15

Spring Semester

Course Credits
MATH 355 Mathematical Statistics 3
MATH 405 Senior Seminar 1
Minor or Elective Course 3
Minor or Elective Course 3
Minor or Elective Course 3
 
TOTAL 13

GRAND TOTAL: 120

This Sample Degree Map is based on the requirements published in the University Catalog.

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