In order to satisfy the mathematics requirement, students in the BS-TAM major must complete 4 courses (with a minimum of 14 credit hours) as follows:

One Calculus 1 course:

  • APPM 1350-4 or Math 1300-5 or Math 1310-5

One Calculus 2 course:

  • APPM 1360-4 or Math 2300-5 or Math 1320-5

Students are also required to take 2 additional courses from the list of accepted classes as below:

  •     APPM 2350-4, Calculus 3 for Engineers or MATH 2400-4 Calculus 3
  •     APPM 2360-4, Introduction to Differential Equations with Linear Algebra
  •     APPM 3050-3, Scientific Computing in Matlab
  •     APPM 3170-3, Discrete Applied Mathematics
  •     APPM 3310-3, Matrix Methods and Applications or MATH 2130-3, Introduction to Linear Algebra for Non-Mathematics Majors
  •     APPM 4570-3, Statistical Methods
  •     APPM 4580/5580-3, Statistical Applications, Software and Methods
  •     CSCI 2820-3, Linear Algebra with Computer Science Applications
  •     CSCI 2824-3, Discrete Structures or ECEN 2703-3, Discrete Mathematics for Computer Engineers, or MATH 2001-3 Introduction to Discrete Mathematics
  •     BCOR 1025-3, Data Analysis in Business (summer only for non-business students), MATH 2510-3, Introduction to Statistics or MATH 3510-3, Introduction to Probability and Statistics or PSYC 2111-4, Psychological Science I: Statistics or SOCY 2061-3, Introduction to Social Statistics or IPHY 2800-4, Introduction to Statistics, ECON 3818-4, Introduction to Statistics with Computer Applications
  •     MATH 1112-4, Mathematical Analysis in Business (spring and summer only for non-business students)