The applied mathematics and statistics program consists of 44 credit hours in mathematics and statistics, 15 credit hours in science, and 15 credit hours in application electives. Twenty-seven credit hours are in free electives, which is enough to complete a minor or second major if you so choose.
All courses are 3 credits unless noted.
Clarkson Common Experience
The following courses are required for all students, irrespective of their program of study. These courses are offered during the fall semester, with FY100 First-Year Seminar being required of only first-year students. Both FY100 and UNIV190 are typically taken during the fall semester of the first year at Clarkson.
FY100 |
First-Year Seminar |
1 |
UNIV190 |
The Clarkson Seminar |
3 |
Core Requirements
Students are required to complete the following courses:
Mathematics/Statistics
MA131 |
Calculus I |
3 |
MA132 |
Calculus II |
3 |
MA200 |
Introduction to Mathematical Modeling & Software |
3 |
MA211 |
Foundations |
3 |
MA231 |
Calculus III |
3 |
MA232 |
Elementary Differential Equations |
3 |
MA339 |
Applied Linear Algebra |
3 |
MA363 |
Mathematical Modeling |
3 |
MA377 |
Numerical Methods |
3 |
MA451 |
Introduction to Mathematical Research |
2 |
or MA453 |
Introduction to Mathematical Instruction |
1 |
and MA431 |
Mathematics Course Assistance |
1-3 |
STAT 383 |
Probability & Statistics |
3 |
Professional Experience
Students are required to complete the following Professional Experience:
MA499 |
Professional Experience |
0 |
Core Electives
The following are electives students are required to complete for this program:
Mathematics/Statistics Electives
Students must complete three of the following courses:
MA331 |
Fourier Series & Boundary Value Problems |
3 |
MA332 |
Intermediate Differential Equations |
3 |
STAT381 |
Probability |
3 |
STAT382 |
Mathematical Statistics |
3 |
STAT384 |
Advanced Applied Statistics |
3 |
Application Electives
Students must complete five of the following courses:
BY314 |
Bioinformatics |
4 |
CE420 |
Computational Methods of Structural Analysis |
3 |
CE438 |
Introduction to the Finite Element Method |
3 |
CH330 |
Transfer Process Fundamentals |
3 |
CH490 |
Elementary Transport Phenomena |
3 |
CM371 |
Physical Chemistry I |
3 |
CM372 |
Physical Chemistry II |
3 |
EC311 |
Introduction to Econometrics |
3 |
EC350 |
Economic Principles & Engineering Economics |
3 |
EC384 |
Game Theory & Economic Strategy |
3 |
EE264 |
Introduction to Digital Design |
3 |
EM333 |
Elements of Operations Research |
3 |
ES220 |
Statistics |
3 |
ES222 |
Strength of Materials |
3 |
ES223 |
Rigid Body Dynamics |
3 |
ES250 |
Electrical Science |
3 |
ES260 |
Materials Science & Engineering I |
3 |
ES330 |
Fluid Mechanics |
3 |
ES340 |
Thermodynamics |
3 |
ES400 |
Numerical & Engineering Computing |
3 |
ES405 |
Design of Experiments & Analysis of Data |
3 |
ME442 |
Engineering Analysis Using the Finite Element Method |
3 |
ME443 |
Optimal Engineering |
3 |
OM331 |
Operations & Supply Chain Management |
3 |
PH221 |
Theoretical Mechanics I |
3 |
PH231 |
Fundamentals of Modern Physics |
3 |
PH323 |
Optics |
3 |
PH325 |
Thermal Physics |
3 |
PH331 |
Quantum Physics I |
3 |
PH380 |
Electromagnetic Theory I |
3 |
PH381 |
Electromagnetic Theory II |
3 |
PH432 |
Quantum Physics I |
3 |
PH451 |
Statistical Mechanics |
3 |
Science
Students must complete the following four courses:
CS141 |
Introduction to Computer Science I |
4 |
PH131 |
Physics I |
4 |
PH132 |
Physics II |
4 |
Elective |
Biology (BY), Chemistry (CM), or Physics (PH) elective |
3 |
Knowledge Area/University Course Electives
Students majoring in applied mathematics and statistics will have at least 15 credit hours available to use toward Knowledge Area and/or University Course electives to satisfy the Clarkson Common Experience requirements.
Free Electives
Students who choose this program will have approximately 27 credit hours available to use toward courses of their choice.