Maarten de Hoop
Courses within this major can provide foundations applicable to the many fields of engineering, physical sciences, life sciences, behavioral and social sciences, and computer sciences. Undergraduate majors have considerable freedom to plan a course of study consistent with their particular interests.
The CAAM Department offers a B.A. degree with advanced courses chosen from the areas of:
Students majoring in computational and applied mathematics are required to complete the 49-52 semester hours spelled out in the following program of study.
Course # | Course Title |
CAAM 210: | Introduction to Engineering Computation |
CAAM 335: | Matrix Analysis |
MATH 101: | Single Variable Calculus I* |
MATH 102: | Single Variable Calculus II |
MATH 212: | Multivariable Calculus+ |
*Students with prior experience with calculus may replace MATH 101 with a 3-credit quantitative elective at the 200-level or above, as approved by a CAAM undergraduate advisor. (This quantitative elective is in addition to the four electives required below.)
+Students may substitute the Honors Calculus sequence (MATH 221, 222) for MATH 212.
Entering students should enroll in the most advanced course commensurate with their background; advice is available from the CAAM department during Orientation Week.
Course # | Course Title |
CAAM 336: | Differential Equations in Science and Engineering |
CAAM 378: | Introduction to Operations Research and Optimization |
MATH 302: | Elements of Analysis |
or MATH 321: Introduction to Analysis I | |
STAT 310 | Probability and Statistics |
or STAT 331: Applied Probability |
*Students who plan to pursue graduate studies in Computational and Applied Mathematics should take MATH 321 and MATH 322.
Course # | Course Title |
CAAM 453: | Numerical Analysis I ( and one of the following two courses ) |
CAAM 454: | Numerical Analysis II ( or ) |
CAAM 471: | Linear and Integer Programming |
Course # | Course Title |
CAAM 495: | Senior Design Project I |
CAAM 496: | Senior Design Project II |
4 Courses at 300-level or above, 2 of which are at 400-level or above. |
(Chosen in consultation with a CAAM undergraduate advisor). |
Course # | Course Title |
CAAM 423: | Partial Differential Equations I |
CAAM 519: | Computational Science I |
CAAM 536: | Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations |
CAAM 560: | Optimization Theory |
CAAM 570: | Graph Theory |
MATH 322: | Introduction to Analysis II |
MATH 425: | Integration Theory |
MATH 427: | Complex Analysis |
STAT 431: | Overview of Mathematical Statistics |