Find Solutions Through the Power of Numbers
"Crunching the numbers" to find solutions has come a long way since the days of pocket calculators and protractors. Today's innovative companies use cutting-edge computational technologies, predictive models and sophisticated algorithms to drive their strategies. Applied mathematics and statistics majors at Clarkson University learn how to use these in-demand skills to solve real-world problems in engineering, science and business.
Why Study Applied Mathematics and Statistics at Clarkson?
The main reason can be found in the name itself — "applied" is the operative word. Our program emphasizes how you can use quantitative skills, logic and math tools to develop solutions for a wide variety of industries.
At Clarkson, work with your classmates to tackle challenging concrete problems through math and statistics. Our flexible curriculum lets you specialize your skills toward a specific discipline, like business or engineering. Access additional hands-on learning opportunities by participating in faculty research projects or taking graduate classes as an undergraduate. Whatever your goal, this is the right place to achieve it.
What You'll Learn
Our program focuses on applying mathematics and statistics to real-world situations. All of your classes are taught exclusively by faculty.
Available courses include:
- Applied Linear Algebra
- Calculus I, II and III
- Computational Methods of Structural Analysis
- Design of Experiments & Analysis of Data
- Discrete Mathematics and Proof
- Elementary Differential Equations
- Game Theory & Economic Strategy
- Introduction to Mathematical Modeling & Software
- Introduction to Mathematical Research
- Mathematical Modeling
- Numerical & Engineering Computing
- Numerical Methods
- Probability & Statistics