Computational and Applied Mathematical Sciences (BS)

Computational and Applied Mathematical Sciences (CAMS) is an interdisciplinary mathematics program that emphasizes computer science, experimentation, and data collection. Mathematics provides students with methods and theory that live at the heart of problem solving and data analysis in the physical sciences, engineering, and innovative industries. Combining mathematics with computer science gives students the practical skills necessary to employ their theoretical mathematics knowledge and develop algorithms to address problems in the real world.  Students in CAMS will also complete 16 to 23 credits in an enrichment option of their choice.  The enrichment option gives students experience in a particular field where mathematics and computer science can be applied, and the background to properly implement their skills.

Course Title Credits
Major Requirements
CS 2370Introduction to Programming4
CS 2381Data Structures and Intermediate Programming4
CS 3221Algorithm Analysis4
CS 3600Database Management Systems4
MA 2450Mathematical Reasoning4
MA 2550Calculus I (QRCO)4
MA 2560Calculus II (QRCO)4
MA 2700Introduction to Mathematical Proof Writing (WRCO)3
MA 3355Introduction to Mathematical Modeling (TECO)4
MA 3540Calculus III4
MA 3600Differential Equations with Linear Algebra4
MA 4510Introduction to Analysis3
Complete one course from the following:3
Regression Analysis
Probability and Statistics for Scientists
Complete one course from the following:3-4
CyberEthics (DICO,INCO,INCP,WRCO)
Society, Ethics, and the Law (DICO,INCO,INCP)
General Education27-36
Option Requirements30-41
Complete one of the following required options:
Biology
Chemistry
Criminal Justice
Physical Meteorology
Psychology
Weather Analysis
Total Credits120

Biology Option of BS in Computational and Applied Mathematical Sciences 

Through the CAMS major with the Biology option, students learn fundamental biology and chemistry, and then focus on genetics and conservation.  This degree prepares students for a career or graduate study in computational bioinformatics, genomics, neurobiology, and other interdisciplinary biology and mathematics fields. 

Course Title Credits
Option Requirements
BI 1110Biological Science I (TECO)4
BI 1120Biological Science II4
BI 3060Genetics4
BI 3240Conservation (DICO,GACO,INCO,INCP)3
BI 4970Biology Seminar1
CH 2335General Chemistry I (QRCO)4
General Education
EN 1400Composition4
IS 1115Tackling a Wicked Problem4
CTDICreative Thought Direction3-4
PPDIPast and Present Direction3-4
SSDISelf and Society Direction3-4
Directions (choose from CTDI, PPDI, SIDI, SSDI)3-4
WECOWellness Connection3-4
Elective14-17
Total Credits57-65

Chemistry Option of BS in Computational and Applied Mathematical Sciences 

Through the CAMS major with the Chemistry option, students learn general chemistry and organic chemistry.  Students then can choose to further study organic chemistry or to instead focus on instrumentation or quantum mechanics.  This degree prepares students for a career or graduate study in analytical chemistry, forensics, and other interdisciplinary chemistry and mathematics fields.

Course Title Credits
Option Requirements
CH 1050Laboratory Safety1
CH 2335General Chemistry I (QRCO)4
CH 2250Techniques in Laboratory Chemistry2
CH 2340General Chemistry II4
CH 3370Organic Chemistry I4
Choose one course from the following:4
Instrumental Analysis (TECO)
Organic Chemistry II
Physical Chemistry: Quantum Mechanics and Spectroscopy
General Education
EN 1400Composition4
IS 1115Tackling a Wicked Problem4
CTDICreative Thought Direction3-4
PPDIPast and Present Direction3-4
SSDISelf and Society Direction3-4
Directions (choose from CTDI, PPDI, SSDI) 14-8
GACOGlobal Awareness Connection3-4
WECOWellness Connection3-4
Elective15-18
Total Credits61-73

Criminal Justice Option of BS in Computational and Applied Mathematical Sciences 

Criminal Justice is an inherently interdisciplinary field, and the CAMS major with the Criminal Justice option prepares students for the analytical aspect of Criminal Justice.  Students have a choice of electives that prepare them for a career in law, government agencies, and private industries.  Future career possibilities include criminologist, criminal intelligence analyst, forensic scientist, and criminal investigator.

Course Title Credits
Option Requirements
CJ 2090Criminal Law4
Choose three courses from the following:12
Crime and Criminals
Criminal Investigation
Cybercrime
Forensic Science
The Law Enforcement Environment
Homeland Security
General Education
EN 1400Composition4
IS 1115Tackling a Wicked Problem4
CTDICreative Thought Direction3-4
PPDIPast and Present Direction3-4
SIDIScientific Inquiry Direction3-4
SSDISelf and Society Direction3-4
Directions (choose from CTDI, PPDI, SIDI, SSDI)4-8
GACOGlobal Awareness Connection3-4
WECOWellness Connection3-4
Elective14-17
Total Credits60-73

Physical Meteorology Option of BS in Computational and Applied Mathematical Sciences 

Meteorology is an inherently interdisciplinary field.  Through the CAMS major with the Physical Meteorology option, students learn fundamental physics and atmospheric science.  Students choose an elective that focuses on the physics of either atmospheric motions or precipitation and solar radiation.  This degree prepares students for a career or graduate study in meteorology, physical meteorology, and applied mathematics.

Course Title Credits
Option Requirements
PH 2410University Physics I3
PH 2430Physics Laboratory I1
PH 2420University Physics II3
PH 2440Physics Laboratory II1
MT 2000Fundamentals of Meteorology and Climatology (GACO)3
MT 3230Atmospheric Thermodynamics3
Choose one course from the following:3
Dynamic Meteorology I
Atmospheric Physics
General Education
EN 1400Composition4
IS 1115Tackling a Wicked Problem4
CTDICreative Thought Direction3-4
PPDIPast and Present Direction3-4
SSDISelf and Society Direction3-4
Directions (choose from CTDI, PPDI, SSDI) 14-8
WECOWellness Connection3-4
Elective16-19
Total Credits57-68

Psychology Option of BS in Computational and Applied Mathematical Sciences 

Through the CAMS major with the Psychology option, students learn general, cognitive, and learning psychology, and then focus on psychological measurement.  This degree prepares students for a career or graduate study in psychology, quantitative psychology, neuroscience, market research, and other interdisciplinary psychology and mathematics fields.

Course Title Credits
Option Requirements
PS 2015Introduction to General Psychology4
PS 3210
PS 1110
Learning
and Learning Laboratory
4
PS 3220
PS 1120
Cognitive Psychology
and Cognitive Psychology Laboratory
4
PS 4440Psychological Measurement3
General Education
EN 1400Composition4
IS 1115Tackling a Wicked Problem4
CTDICreative Thought Direction3-4
PPDIPast and Present Direction3-4
SIDIScientific Inquiry Direction3-4
SSDISelf and Society Direction3-4
Directions (choose from CTDI, PPDI, SIDI, SSDI)4-8
GACOGlobal Awareness Connection3-4
WECOWellness Connection3-4
Elective16-18
Total Credits61-73

Weather Analysis Option of BS in Computational and Applied Mathematical Sciences 

Meteorology is an inherently interdisciplinary field.  Through the CAMS major with the Weather Analysis option, students learn fundamental physics and atmospheric science.  Students then have a choice of electives that focus on weather and instrumentation.  This degree prepares students for a career or graduate study in meteorology, weather analysis, insurance analysis, and other fields in meteorology and applied mathematics.

Course Title Credits
Option Requirements
MT 2000Fundamentals of Meteorology and Climatology (GACO)3
MT 2250Introduction to Weather Analysis and Forecasting4
MT 3230Atmospheric Thermodynamics3
PH 2410
PH 2430
University Physics I
and Physics Laboratory I
4
MT 3720Meteorological Instruments and Observations (WRCO)3
General Education
EN 1400Composition4
IS 1115Tackling a Wicked Problem4
CTDICreative Thought Direction3-4
PPDIPast and Present Direction3-4
SSDISelf and Society Direction3-4
Directions (choose from CTDI, PPDI, SSDI) 14-8
WECOWellness Connection3-4
Elective15-22
Total Credits56-71

Check all course descriptions for prerequisites before planning course schedule. Course sequence is suggested but not required.

To complete the bachelor’s degree in 4 years, you must successfully complete a minimum of 15 credits each semester or have a plan to make up credits over the course of the 4 years.  For example, if you take 14 credits one semester, you need to take 16 credits in another semester.  Credits completed must count toward your program requirements (major, option, minor, certificate, general education or free electives).

Required Options in this Major

Complete One Option

Biology Option of BS in Computational and Applied Mathematical Sciences 

Check all course descriptions for prerequisites before planning course schedule. Course sequence is suggested but not required.

Please use the following sequence for as an odd start year:

Plan of Study Grid
Year One
FallCredits
MA 2450 Mathematical Reasoning 4
MA 2550 Calculus I (QRCO) 4
IS 1115 Tackling a Wicked Problem 4
EN 1400 Composition 4
 Credits16
Spring
MA 2700 Introduction to Mathematical Proof Writing (WRCO) 3
MA 2560 Calculus II (QRCO) 4
WECOWellness Connection 4
CTDICreative Thought Direction 4
 Credits15
Year Two
Fall
MA 3600 Differential Equations with Linear Algebra 4
CS 2370 Introduction to Programming 4
BI 1110 Biological Science I (TECO) 4
CH 2335 General Chemistry I (QRCO) 4
 Credits16
Spring
MA 3540 Calculus III 4
CS 2381 Data Structures and Intermediate Programming 4
BI 1120 Biological Science II 4
BI 4970 Biology Seminar 1
 Credits13
Year Three
Fall
MA 3355 Introduction to Mathematical Modeling (TECO) 4
CS 3600 Database Management Systems 4
BI 3060 Genetics 4
Directions (choose from CTDI, PPDI, SIDI, SSDI) 4
 Credits16
Spring
CS 3221 Algorithm Analysis 4
PPDIPast and Present Direction 4
Elective 8
 Credits16
Year Four
Fall
MA 4510 Introduction to Analysis 3
BI 3240 Conservation (DICO,GACO,INCO,INCP) 3
CS 4520
CyberEthics (DICO,INCO,INCP,WRCO)
or Society, Ethics, and the Law (DICO,INCO,INCP)
3-4
SSDISelf and Society Direction 3-4
 Credits12-14
Spring
MA 3280
Regression Analysis
or Probability and Statistics for Scientists
3
Elective 11
 Credits14
 Total Credits120

Biology Option of BS in Computational and Applied Mathematical Sciences 

Check all course descriptions for prerequisites before planning course schedule. Course sequence is suggested but not required.

Please use the following sequence for an even start year:

Plan of Study Grid
Year One
FallCredits
MA 2450 Mathematical Reasoning 4
MA 2550 Calculus I (QRCO) 4
IS 1115 Tackling a Wicked Problem 4
EN 1400 Composition 4
 Credits16
Spring
MA 2700 Introduction to Mathematical Proof Writing (WRCO) 3
MA 2560 Calculus II (QRCO) 4
SSDISelf and Society Direction 4
CTDICreative Thought Direction 4
 Credits15
Year Two
Fall
MA 3600 Differential Equations with Linear Algebra 4
CS 2370 Introduction to Programming 4
BI 1110 Biological Science I (TECO) 4
CH 2335 General Chemistry I (QRCO) 4
 Credits16
Spring
MA 3540 Calculus III 4
CS 2381 Data Structures and Intermediate Programming 4
BI 1120 Biological Science II 4
BI 4970 Biology Seminar 1
 Credits13
Year Three
Fall
MA 4510 Introduction to Analysis 3
CS 3600 Database Management Systems 4
BI 3060 Genetics 4
PPDIPast and Present Direction 4
 Credits15
Spring
CS 3221 Algorithm Analysis 4
MA 3280
Regression Analysis
or Probability and Statistics for Scientists
3
Elective 8
 Credits15
Year Four
Fall
MA 3355 Introduction to Mathematical Modeling (TECO) 4
BI 3240 Conservation (DICO,GACO,INCO,INCP) 3
CS 4520
CyberEthics (DICO,INCO,INCP,WRCO)
or Society, Ethics, and the Law (DICO,INCO,INCP)
3-4
Elective 4
 Credits14-15
Spring
WECOWellness Connection 4
Directions (choose from CTDI, PPDI, SIDI, SSDI) 4
Elective 6-8
 Credits14-16
 Total Credits120

Chemistry Option of BS in Computational and Applied Mathematical Sciences 

Check all course descriptions for prerequisites before planning course schedule. Course sequence is suggested but not required.

Please use the following sequence for an odd start year:

Plan of Study Grid
Year One
FallCredits
MA 2450 Mathematical Reasoning 4
MA 2550 Calculus I (QRCO) 4
EN 1400 Composition 4
IS 1115 Tackling a Wicked Problem 4
 Credits16
Spring
MA 2700 Introduction to Mathematical Proof Writing (WRCO) 3
MA 2560 Calculus II (QRCO) 4
SSDISelf and Society Direction 4
CTDICreative Thought Direction 4
 Credits15
Year Two
Fall
MA 3600 Differential Equations with Linear Algebra 4
CS 2370 Introduction to Programming 4
PPDIPast and Present Direction 4
Directions (choose from CTDI, PPDI, SSDI) 4
 Credits16
Spring
MA 3540 Calculus III 4
CS 2381 Data Structures and Intermediate Programming 4
GACOForeign Language 4
WECOWellness Connection 4
 Credits16
Year Three
Fall
MA 3355 Introduction to Mathematical Modeling (TECO) 4
CS 3600 Database Management Systems 4
CH 2335 General Chemistry I (QRCO) 4
CH 1050 Laboratory Safety 1
Elective 3
 Credits16
Spring
MA 3120 Linear Algebra 3
CH 2340 General Chemistry II 4
CH 2250 Techniques in Laboratory Chemistry 2
CS 3221 Algorithm Analysis 4
Elective 3
 Credits16
Year Four
Fall
MA 4510 Introduction to Analysis 3
CH 3370 Organic Chemistry I 4
CS 4520
CyberEthics (DICO,INCO,INCP,WRCO)
or Society, Ethics, and the Law (DICO,INCO,INCP)
3-4
Elective 3-4
 Credits13-15
Spring
MA 3280
Regression Analysis
or Probability and Statistics for Scientists
3
CH 3400
Instrumental Analysis (TECO)
or Organic Chemistry II
or Physical Chemistry: Quantum Mechanics and Spectroscopy
4
Elective 3-4
 Credits10-11
 Total Credits120

Chemistry Option of BS in Computational and Applied Mathematical Sciences 

Check all course descriptions for prerequisites before planning course schedule. Course sequence is suggested but not required.

Please use the following sequence for an even start year:

Plan of Study Grid
Year One
FallCredits
MA 2450 Mathematical Reasoning 4
MA 2550 Calculus I (QRCO) 4
EN 1400 Composition 4
IS 1115 Tackling a Wicked Problem 4
 Credits16
Spring
MA 2700 Introduction to Mathematical Proof Writing (WRCO) 3
MA 2560 Calculus II (QRCO) 4
WECOWellness Connection 4
CTDICreative Thought Direction 4
 Credits15
Year Two
Fall
MA 3600 Differential Equations with Linear Algebra 4
GACOGlobal Awareness Connection 4
CH 2335 General Chemistry I (QRCO) 4
CH 1050 Laboratory Safety 1
Elective 3
 Credits16
Spring
MA 3540 Calculus III 4
Directions (choose from CTDI, PPDI, SIDI, SSDI) 4
CH 2340 General Chemistry II 4
CH 2250 Techniques in Laboratory Chemistry 2
Elective 1
 Credits15
Year Three
Fall
MA 4510 Introduction to Analysis 3
CS 2370 Introduction to Programming 4
PPDIPast and Present Direction 4
SSDISelf and Society Direction 4
 Credits15
Spring
MA 3120 Linear Algebra 3
MA 3280
Regression Analysis
or Probability and Statistics for Scientists
3
CH 3400
Instrumental Analysis (TECO)
or Organic Chemistry II
or Physical Chemistry: Quantum Mechanics and Spectroscopy
4
CS 2381 Data Structures and Intermediate Programming 4
Elective 1
 Credits15
Year Four
Fall
MA 3355 Introduction to Mathematical Modeling (TECO) 4
CS 4520
CyberEthics (DICO,INCO,INCP,WRCO)
or Society, Ethics, and the Law (DICO,INCO,INCP)
3-4
CS 3600 Database Management Systems 4
Elective 3-4
 Credits14-16
Spring
Elective 9-12
CS 3221 Algorithm Analysis 4
 Credits13-16
 Total Credits120

Criminal Justice Option of BS in Computational and Applied Mathematical Sciences

Check all course descriptions for prerequisites before planning course schedule. Course sequence is suggested but not required.

Please use the following sequence for an odd start year:

Plan of Study Grid
Year One
FallCredits
MA 2450 Mathematical Reasoning 4
MA 2550 Calculus I (QRCO) 4
EN 1400 Composition 4
IS 1115 Tackling a Wicked Problem 4
 Credits16
Spring
MA 2700 Introduction to Mathematical Proof Writing (WRCO) 3
MA 2560 Calculus II (QRCO) 4
WECOWellness Connection 4
CTDICreative Thought Direction 4
 Credits15
Year Two
Fall
MA 3600 Differential Equations with Linear Algebra 4
CS 2370 Introduction to Programming 4
PPDIPast and Present Direction 4
SIDIScientific Inquiry Direction 4
 Credits16
Spring
MA 3540 Calculus III 4
CS 2381 Data Structures and Intermediate Programming 4
SSDISelf and Society Direction 4
Directions (choose from CTDI, PPDI, SIDI, SSDI) 4
 Credits16
Year Three
Fall
MA 3355 Introduction to Mathematical Modeling (TECO) 4
CS 3600 Database Management Systems 4
CJ 2090 Criminal Law 4
GACOGlobal Awareness Connection 4
 Credits16
Spring
MA 3120 Linear Algebra 3
CJ 2080
Crime and Criminals
or Criminal Investigation
or Cybercrime
or Forensic Science
or The Law Enforcement Environment
or Homeland Security
4
CS 3221 Algorithm Analysis 4
Elective 4
 Credits15
Year Four
Fall
MA 4510 Introduction to Analysis 3
CS 4520
CyberEthics (DICO,INCO,INCP,WRCO)
or Society, Ethics, and the Law (DICO,INCO,INCP)
3-4
CJ 2080
Crime and Criminals
or Criminal Investigation
or Cybercrime
or Forensic Science
or The Law Enforcement Environment
or Homeland Security
4
Elective 3-4
 Credits13-15
Spring
MA 3280
Regression Analysis
or Probability and Statistics for Scientists
3
CJ 2080
Crime and Criminals
or Criminal Investigation
or Cybercrime
or Forensic Science
or The Law Enforcement Environment
or Homeland Security
4
Elective 5-6
 Credits12-13
 Total Credits120

Criminal Justice Option of BS in Computational and Applied Mathematical Sciences

Check all course descriptions for prerequisites before planning course schedule. Course sequence is suggested but not required.

Please use the following sequence for an even start year:

Plan of Study Grid
Year One
FallCredits
MA 2450 Mathematical Reasoning 4
MA 2550 Calculus I (QRCO) 4
EN 1400 Composition 4
IS 1115 Tackling a Wicked Problem 4
 Credits16
Spring
MA 2700 Introduction to Mathematical Proof Writing (WRCO) 3
MA 2560 Calculus II (QRCO) 4
WECOWellness Connection 4
CTDICreative Thought Direction 4
 Credits15
Year Two
Fall
MA 3600 Differential Equations with Linear Algebra 4
CS 2370 Introduction to Programming 4
PPDIPast and Present Direction 4
SIDIScientific Inquiry Direction 4
 Credits16
Spring
MA 3540 Calculus III 4
CS 2381 Data Structures and Intermediate Programming 4
SSDISelf and Society Direction 4
Directions (choose from CTDI, PPDI, SIDI, SSDI) 4
 Credits16
Year Three
Fall
MA 4510 Introduction to Analysis 3
CS 3600 Database Management Systems 4
CJ 2090 Criminal Law 4
GACOGlobal Awareness Connection 4
 Credits15
Spring
MA 3120 Linear Algebra 3
MA 3280
Regression Analysis
or Probability and Statistics for Scientists
3
CJ 2080
Crime and Criminals
or Criminal Investigation
or Cybercrime
or Forensic Science
or The Law Enforcement Environment
or Homeland Security
4
Elective 6
 Credits16
Year Four
Fall
MA 3355 Introduction to Mathematical Modeling (TECO) 4
CS 4520
CyberEthics (DICO,INCO,INCP,WRCO)
or Society, Ethics, and the Law (DICO,INCO,INCP)
3-4
CJ 2080
Crime and Criminals
or Criminal Investigation
or Cybercrime
or Forensic Science
or The Law Enforcement Environment
or Homeland Security
4
Elective 3-4
 Credits14-16
Spring
CJ 2080
Crime and Criminals
or Criminal Investigation
or Cybercrime
or Forensic Science
or The Law Enforcement Environment
or Homeland Security
4
CS 3221 Algorithm Analysis 4
Elective 3-4
 Credits11-12
 Total Credits120

Physical Meteorology Option of BS in Computational and Applied Mathematical Sciences

Check all course descriptions for prerequisites before planning course schedule. Course sequence is suggested but not required.

Please use the following sequence for an odd start year:

Plan of Study Grid
Year One
FallCredits
MA 2450 Mathematical Reasoning 4
MA 2550 Calculus I (QRCO) 4
EN 1400 Composition 4
IS 1115 Tackling a Wicked Problem 4
 Credits16
Spring
MA 2700 Introduction to Mathematical Proof Writing (WRCO) 3
MA 2560 Calculus II (QRCO) 4
CTDICreative Thought Direction 4
PPDIPast and Present Direction 4
 Credits15
Year Two
Fall
MA 3600 Differential Equations with Linear Algebra 4
CS 2370 Introduction to Programming 4
PH 2410 University Physics I 3
PH 2430 Physics Laboratory I 1
SSDISelf and Society Direction 4
 Credits16
Spring
MA 3540 Calculus III 4
CS 2381 Data Structures and Intermediate Programming 4
PH 2420 University Physics II 3
PH 2440 Physics Laboratory II 1
GACOForeign Language 3
 Credits15
Year Three
Fall
MA 3355 Introduction to Mathematical Modeling (TECO) 4
CS 3600 Database Management Systems 4
MT 2000 Fundamentals of Meteorology and Climatology (GACO) 3
WECOWellness Connection 3
 Credits14
Spring
CS 3221 Algorithm Analysis 4
MT 3230 Atmospheric Thermodynamics 3
MA 3120 Linear Algebra 3
Elective 4
 Credits14
Year Four
Fall
MA 4510 Introduction to Analysis 3
CS 4520
CyberEthics (DICO,INCO,INCP,WRCO)
or Society, Ethics, and the Law (DICO,INCO,INCP)
3-4
MT 4310
Dynamic Meteorology I
or Atmospheric Physics
3
Elective 4-6
 Credits13-16
Spring
MA 3280
Regression Analysis
or Probability and Statistics for Scientists
3
Directions (choose from CTDI, PPDI, SSDI) 3
Elective 10
 Credits16
 Total Credits120

Physical Meteorology Option of BS in Computational and Applied Mathematical Sciences

Check all course descriptions for prerequisites before planning course schedule. Course sequence is suggested but not required.

Please use the following sequence for an even start year:

Plan of Study Grid
Year One
FallCredits
MA 2450 Mathematical Reasoning 4
MA 2550 Calculus I (QRCO) 4
EN 1400 Composition 4
IS 1115 Tackling a Wicked Problem 4
 Credits16
Spring
MA 2700 Introduction to Mathematical Proof Writing (WRCO) 3
MA 2560 Calculus II (QRCO) 4
CTDICreative Thought Direction 4
PPDIPast and Present Direction 4
 Credits15
Year Two
Fall
MA 3600 Differential Equations with Linear Algebra 4
CS 2370 Introduction to Programming 4
PH 2410 University Physics I 3
PH 2430 Physics Laboratory I 1
SSDISelf and Society Direction 4
 Credits16
Spring
MA 3540 Calculus III 4
CS 2381 Data Structures and Intermediate Programming 4
PH 2420 University Physics II 3
PH 2440 Physics Laboratory II 1
GACOGlobal Awareness Connection 3
 Credits15
Year Three
Fall
MA 4510 Introduction to Analysis 3
CS 3600 Database Management Systems 4
MT 2000 Fundamentals of Meteorology and Climatology (GACO) 3
WECOWellness Connection 3
 Credits13
Spring
CS 3221 Algorithm Analysis 4
MA 3280
Regression Analysis
or Probability and Statistics for Scientists
3
MT 3230 Atmospheric Thermodynamics 3
MA 3120 Linear Algebra 3
Elective 3
 Credits16
Year Four
Fall
MA 3355 Introduction to Mathematical Modeling (TECO) 4
CS 4520
CyberEthics (DICO,INCO,INCP,WRCO)
or Society, Ethics, and the Law (DICO,INCO,INCP)
3-4
MT 4310
Dynamic Meteorology I
or Atmospheric Physics
3
Elective 0-2
Elective 3
 Credits13-16
Spring
Directions (choose from CTDI, PPDI, SSDI) 3
Elective 12
 Credits15
 Total Credits120

Psychology Option of BS in Computational and Applied Mathematical Sciences

Check all course descriptions for prerequisites before planning course schedule. Course sequence is suggested but not required.

Please use the following sequence for as an odd start year:

Plan of Study Grid
Year One
FallCredits
MA 2450 Mathematical Reasoning 4
MA 2550 Calculus I (QRCO) 4
EN 1400 Composition 4
IS 1115 Tackling a Wicked Problem 4
 Credits16
Spring
MA 2700 Introduction to Mathematical Proof Writing (WRCO) 3
MA 2560 Calculus II (QRCO) 4
CTDICreative Thought Direction 4
PPDIPast and Present Direction 4
 Credits15
Year Two
Fall
MA 3600 Differential Equations with Linear Algebra 4
CS 2370 Introduction to Programming 4
SIDIScientific Inquiry Direction 4
SSDISelf and Society Direction 4
 Credits16
Spring
MA 3540 Calculus III 4
CS 2381 Data Structures and Intermediate Programming 4
PS 2015 Introduction to General Psychology 4
Directions (choose from CTDI, PPDI, SIDI, SSDI) 4
 Credits16
Year Three
Fall
MA 3355 Introduction to Mathematical Modeling (TECO) 4
CS 3600 Database Management Systems 4
PS 3210 Learning 4
PS 1110 Learning Laboratory 0
GACOForeign Language 3
 Credits15
Spring
MA 3120 Linear Algebra 3
PS 3220 Cognitive Psychology 4
PS 1120 Cognitive Psychology Laboratory 0
CS 3221 Algorithm Analysis 4
Elective 4
 Credits15
Year Four
Fall
MA 4510 Introduction to Analysis 3
CS 4520
CyberEthics (DICO,INCO,INCP,WRCO)
or Society, Ethics, and the Law (DICO,INCO,INCP)
3-4
PS 4440 Psychological Measurement 3
Elective 4-6
 Credits13-16
Spring
MA 3280
Regression Analysis
or Probability and Statistics for Scientists
3
WECOWellness Connection 3
Elective 7-8
 Credits13-14
 Total Credits120

Psychology Option of BS in Computational and Applied Mathematical Sciences

Check all course descriptions for prerequisites before planning course schedule. Course sequence is suggested but not required.

Please use the following sequence for as an even start year:

Plan of Study Grid
Year One
FallCredits
MA 2450 Mathematical Reasoning 4
MA 2550 Calculus I (QRCO) 4
EN 1400 Composition 4
IS 1115 Tackling a Wicked Problem 4
 Credits16
Spring
MA 2700 Introduction to Mathematical Proof Writing (WRCO) 3
MA 2560 Calculus II (QRCO) 4
CTDICreative Thought Direction 4
PPDIPast and Present Direction 4
 Credits15
Year Two
Fall
MA 3600 Differential Equations with Linear Algebra 4
CS 2370 Introduction to Programming 4
SIDIScientific Inquiry Direction 4
SSDISelf and Society Direction 4
 Credits16
Spring
MA 3540 Calculus III 4
CS 2381 Data Structures and Intermediate Programming 4
PS 2015 Introduction to General Psychology 4
Directions (choose from CTDI, PPDI, SIDI, SSDI) 4
 Credits16
Year Three
Fall
MA 4510 Introduction to Analysis 3
CS 3600 Database Management Systems 4
PS 3210 Learning 4
PS 1110 Learning Laboratory 0
GACOGlobal Awareness Connection 4
 Credits15
Spring
CS 3221 Algorithm Analysis 4
MA 3280
Regression Analysis
or Probability and Statistics for Scientists
3
PS 3220 Cognitive Psychology 4
PS 1120 Cognitive Psychology Laboratory 0
WECOWellness Connection 4
 Credits15
Year Four
Fall
MA 3355 Introduction to Mathematical Modeling (TECO) 4
CS 4520
CyberEthics (DICO,INCO,INCP,WRCO)
or Society, Ethics, and the Law (DICO,INCO,INCP)
3-4
PS 4440 Psychological Measurement 3
Elective 4-6
 Credits14-17
Spring
MA 3120 Linear Algebra 3
Elective 10
 Credits13
 Total Credits120

Weather Analysis Option of BS in Computational and Applied Mathematical Sciences

Check all course descriptions for prerequisites before planning course schedule. Course sequence is suggested but not required.

Please use the following sequence for as an odd start year:

Plan of Study Grid
Year One
FallCredits
MA 2450 Mathematical Reasoning 4
MA 2550 Calculus I (QRCO) 4
EN 1400 Composition 4
IS 1115 Tackling a Wicked Problem 4
 Credits16
Spring
MA 2700 Introduction to Mathematical Proof Writing (WRCO) 3
MA 2560 Calculus II (QRCO) 4
CTDICreative Thought Direction 4
PPDIPast and Present Direction 4
 Credits15
Year Two
Fall
MA 3600 Differential Equations with Linear Algebra 4
CS 2370 Introduction to Programming 4
PH 2410 University Physics I 3
PH 2430 Physics Laboratory I 1
SSDISelf and Society Direction 4
 Credits16
Spring
MA 3540 Calculus III 4
CS 2381 Data Structures and Intermediate Programming 4
Directions (choose from CTDI, PPDI, SSDI) 4
GACOForeign Language 3
 Credits15
Year Three
Fall
MA 3355 Introduction to Mathematical Modeling (TECO) 4
CS 3600 Database Management Systems 4
MT 2000 Fundamentals of Meteorology and Climatology (GACO) 3
MT 2250 Introduction to Weather Analysis and Forecasting 4
Elective 3
 Credits18
Spring
MA 3120 Linear Algebra 3
MT 3230 Atmospheric Thermodynamics 3
CS 3221 Algorithm Analysis 4
WECOWellness Connection 3
Elective 3
 Credits16
Year Four
Fall
MA 4510
Introduction to Analysis
or Society, Ethics, and the Law (DICO,INCO,INCP)
3-4
CS 4520
CyberEthics (DICO,INCO,INCP,WRCO)
or Society, Ethics, and the Law (DICO,INCO,INCP)
3-4
MT 3720 Meteorological Instruments and Observations (WRCO) 3
Elective 3-4
 Credits12-15
Spring
MA 3280
Regression Analysis
or Probability and Statistics for Scientists
3
Elective 9
 Credits12
 Total Credits120

Weather Analysis Option of BS in Computational and Applied Mathematical Sciences

Check all course descriptions for prerequisites before planning course schedule. Course sequence is suggested but not required.

Please use the following sequence for as an even start year:

Plan of Study Grid
Year One
FallCredits
MA 2450 Mathematical Reasoning 4
MA 2550 Calculus I (QRCO) 4
EN 1400 Composition 4
IS 1115 Tackling a Wicked Problem 4
 Credits16
Spring
MA 2700 Introduction to Mathematical Proof Writing (WRCO) 3
MA 2560 Calculus II (QRCO) 4
CTDICreative Thought Direction 4
PPDIPast and Present Direction 4
 Credits15
Year Two
Fall
MA 3600 Differential Equations with Linear Algebra 4
CS 2370 Introduction to Programming 4
PH 2410 University Physics I 3
PH 2430 Physics Laboratory I 1
SSDISelf and Society Direction 4
 Credits16
Spring
MA 3540 Calculus III 4
CS 2381 Data Structures and Intermediate Programming 4
Directions (choose from CTDI, PPDI, SSDI) 4
GACOGlobal Awareness Connection 3
 Credits15
Year Three
Fall
MA 4510 Introduction to Analysis 3
CS 3600 Database Management Systems 4
MT 2000 Fundamentals of Meteorology and Climatology (GACO) 3
MT 2250 Introduction to Weather Analysis and Forecasting 4
Elective 3
 Credits17
Spring
MA 3120 Linear Algebra 3
MT 3230 Atmospheric Thermodynamics 3
MA 3280
Regression Analysis
or Probability and Statistics for Scientists
3
WECOWellness Connection 3
Elective 3
 Credits15
Year Four
Fall
MA 3355 Introduction to Mathematical Modeling (TECO) 4
CS 4520
CyberEthics (DICO,INCO,INCP,WRCO)
or Society, Ethics, and the Law (DICO,INCO,INCP)
3-4
MT 3720 Meteorological Instruments and Observations (WRCO) 3
Elective 3-4
 Credits13-15
Spring
CS 3221 Algorithm Analysis 4
Elective 9
 Credits13
 Total Credits120