Students in the Computational Science and Industrial Mathematics (CSIM) curriculum must fulfill the MSCS and Physics requirements listed below.

Course | Hours | Prerequisites and Special Advise |
---|---|---|

MATH 180, 181, and 210 (Calculus I, II , and III) |
13 | C or better in each to continue AP Credit? See an MSCS advisor now!! Use the math lab on the 3rd floor of TH for class work! |

MATH 220 (Differential Equations) |
3 | C or better in MATH 210 Using Matlab software makes the work easier! |

MCS 260, 275, and 360 (C Programming and tools) |
12 | C or better in MATH 180 to start, then C or better in each course to continue. Courses must be taken in order. |

MATH 310 (Applied Linear Algebra) |
3 | C or better in MATH 210 Using Matlab software makes the work easier! |

MCS 320 - Scientific Computing Systems Packaged Prog. Environments |
3 | C or better in Math 181 concurrent 310 |

Math 419 (Modeling) | 4 | C or better in Math 220 |

STAT 381 (Applied Statistics) | 3 | C or better in 210 |

MCS 471, 472 472 = Numerical and Senior Project |
7 | MCS 472 - must be an admitted major fulfills writing-in-the discipline req. |

Specialty Tracks: Applied Math: MATH 480, Math 481 Computational Science: EECS 370, EECS 488 |
6 | See your advisor before registering! MCS 360 satisfies the EECS prereqs. |

Physics 141 and 142 | 8 |

Sample Four Year Program

Comments on courses that need updating:

- MCS 320 - Scientific Computing Systems - use of symoblic and numeric computing packages. Scientific computing in Maple, Matlab, and related packages. Using IMSL packages with FORTRAN (Convex Exemplar Scaled Parallel Processor) and statistical packages.
- MCS 472 - Computational Science Applications and Project - applications
of computation in different disciplines with some further numerical
ideas introduced. Culminated with a senior project (not thesis) based
on a problem for science and industry. Tie in with industrial math
program.

Updated 24 Oct 96, Charles Tier