Students in the Computational and Applied Mathematics (CAM) curriculum must fulfill the MSCS and Physics requirements listed below.
Course 
Hours 
Prerequisites and Special Advice 
MATH 180, 181, and 210 
13 
C or better in each to continue 
MATH 220 (Differential Equations) 
3 
C or better in MATH 210 
MCS 260, 275 
8 
C or better in MATH 180 to start, then 
MATH 310 (Applied Linear Algebra) 
3 
C or better in MATH 210 
MCS 320  Scientific Computing Systems 
3 
C or better in Math 210 
STAT 381 (Applied Statistics) 
3 
C or better in Math 210 
MCS 471 (Numerical Analysis) 
3 
C or better in MCS 275 
MCS 472 (new course) Computing Methods in Industry 
4 
MCS 472  Industrial problems and seniors in course are required to write a senior project  satisfies writing in the discipline req.with registration in Math 300 
Specialty Tracks: Computational Number Theory: MCS 261 MCS 425, Math 435, Math 436 Statistics: Stat 481, Stat 486, Stat 471 
9
11
12 9 
See your advisor before registering!

Physics 141 and 142 
8 
C or better in Math 180, Placement exam 
Sample Four Year Program Updated: March 13, 2000, Charles Tier