Emphasis in Probability and Statistics
Junior Year
 In general, the student should take at least four applied mathematics courses at the 3000 level or higher.
 Fall semester: APPM 4350 (Methods in Applied Mathematics I), MATH 3001 of Advanced Calculus offered in Applied Math
 Spring semester: APPM 3570 (Applied Probability) and APPM 4360 (Methods in Applied Mathematics II)
Senior Year
 The student should take at least six courses at the 3000 level or higher. At least two, and preferably four, of these courses should be at the 5000 level.
 Fall semester: APPM 4650 (Intermediate Numerical Analysis I), APPM 5560 (Markov Chains), APPM 5570 (Statistical Methods)
 Spring semester: APPM 4660 (Intermediate Numerical Analysis II), APPM 5520 (Mathematical Statistics), APPM 5580 (Statistical Methods for Data Analysis).
Fifth Year
 The student should take at least four graduate level (5000 or higher) applied mathematics courses together with an approved graduatelevel, outofdepartment sequence.
 Fall semester: APPM 5600 (Numerical Analysis I), APPM 5xxx, TLEN 5310 (Telecommunication Systems) or other outofdepartment sequence.
 Spring semester: APPM 5610 (Numerical Analysis II), APPM 5540 (Applied Time Series Analysis), TLEN 5400 (Traffic and Queueing Theory) or other outofdepartment sequence.
Emphasis in Numerics and Modeling
Junior Year
 In general, the student should take at least four applied mathematics courses at the 3000 level or higher.
 Fall semester: APPM 4650 (Intermediate Numerical Analysis I), APPM 4350 (Methods in Applied Mathematics I)
 Spring semester: APPM 4660 (Intermediate Numerical Analysis II) and APPM 4360 (Methods in Applied Mathematics II)
Senior Year
 The student should take at least five courses at the 3000 level or higher. At least two, and preferably four, of these courses should be at the 5000 level.
 Fall semester: APPM 5600 (Numerical Analysis I), MATH 3001 or Advanced Calculus, APPM 5380 (Modeling in Applied Mathematics)
 Spring semester: APPM 5610 (Numerical Analysis II), APPM 5460 (Methods of Applied Mathematics: Dynamical Systems).
Fifth Year

The student should take at least four graduate level (5000 or higher) applied mathematics courses together with an approved graduatelevel, outofdepartment sequence.

Fall semester: APPM 5470 (Methods of Applied Mathematcs: PDEs), APPM 6610 (Numerical Computation), CSCI 6676 (Numerical Methods for Unconstrained Optimization) of other 5xxxlevel, outofdepartment sequence

Spring semester: APPM 5480 (Methods of Applied Mathematics: Approximation Methods), APPM 5xxx (special topics course), CSCI 6686 (Numerical Methods for Constrained Optimization) or other 5xxxlevel course (outofdepartment sequence or other special topics course).
Note: This assumes that APPM 1350 (Calculus I), APPM 1360 (Calculus II), APPM 2350 (Calculus III), APPM 2360 (Differential Equations) and APPM 3310 (Matrix Methods) are taken in the freshman and sophomore years. This is a sample curriculum only. There are many other possibilities for completing the BS/MS requirements in Applied Mathematics. For example, a BS/MS student can also take courses leading to Java or Solaris certification.