About the Program: 

Your talent with numbers can lead to several diverse career options, including teaching, finance, economics, strategic planning or cryptography (the use or deciphering of code and a critical function in computer network security and international intelligence). As an applied mathematics major, you will receive a broad knowledge base as you explore applications and theory in algebra, geometry, calculus and statistics.


What you'll study - Theory and applications in algebra, geometry, calculus and statistics

Career Paths - Research, education, finance, economics, computers, business management

Please also take note of the Common Core and General Education Programs.

Required Courses
Notes and Instructions: 
Computer Literacy may be substituted by a combination of: Fundamental Computer Literacy I Fundamental Computer Literacy II