The BS in Applied Mathematics and Statistics is a joint major that provides the rigor of a BS degree emphasizing topics in applied mathematics and in statistics. Suitable for students interested in employment in many data/quantitatively-oriented fields, or pursuing graduate studies in applied math, quantitative social sciences, natural sciences, or engineering. 

Please note, students must meet the minimum GPA requirement of 2.0 to graduate with any major or minor from the department.

All classes counting toward the degree must be taken for a letter grade.

Core QTM Courses

Class Number Class Name Credit Hours
QTM 110 Introduction to Scientific Methods 3
QTM 150 Intro to Stat Computing I 1
QTM 151 Intro to Stat Computing II 1
QTM 220 Regression Analysis** 4

*Required for students who declare Fall 2017 and after; highly recommended for students who declared prior to Fall 2017

**AMS students will complete MATH 211 & 221 and MATH 361 & MATH 362 as alternative prerequisites for QTM 220 (standard prereqs: QTM 120 & QTM 210)

Core Math/CS Courses

Class Number Class Name Credit Hours
Math 111 Calculus I 3
Math 112 Calculus II 3
Math 211 Multivariable Calculus 3
Math 212 Differential Equations 3
Math 221 or
Math 321
Linear Algebra or
Abstract Vector Spaces
Math 250 Foundations of Mathematics 3
Math 315 Numerical Analysis 3
Math 361 Probability and Statistics I 3
Math 362 Probability and Statistics II 3
CS 170 Intro to Computer Science I 4

Elective Courses

3 QTM electives; include 300- and 400-level lecture and seminar style classes, and equivalents listed here
Class Number Class Name Credit Hours
QTM elective topic varies 3-4
QTM elective topic varies 3-4
QTM elective topic varies 3-4
2 Math courses chosen from the following:                       
Math 330 Intro to Combinatorics 3
Math 345 Math Modeling 3
Math 347 Intro to Nonlinear Optimization 3
Math 346 Intro to Optimization Theory 3
Math 351 Partial Differential Equations 3
Math 352 PDEs in Action 3
Math 411 Real Analysis I 3
Math 412 Real Analysis II 3
1 additional course chosen from the following:
Class Number Class Name Credit Hours
CS 171 Intro to Computer Science II 3

Additional CS course at the 200-level or above*


Additional MATH course at the 300-level or above*


*Cannot include courses already fulfilled in a previous category