Minor in Applied Math
The field of applied mathematics does offer a minor to doctoral students in other fields (except Mathematics). A minor in applied mathematics is earned by successfully completing four courses, drawn from at least two of the Focal Areas, each of which contains substantial mathematical content. Two of the courses must be at the graduate level, the others numbered 5000 or above. The courses must be approved by a member of the field of applied mathematics who is a member of the student's special committee. Any course used to satisfy requirements of the student's major field of doctoral study may not be used to satisfy the minor in applied mathematics.
Master's degree students may obtain a minor concentration in applied mathematics at the direction of an applied math field member who is a member of their special committee.
A minor in Applied Mathematics is offered to undergraduate students in the College of Engineering.