Entry level courses can be completed on either campus with certain upper level classes only offered on St. Thomas campus, but degree must be completed at another partner institution. 

The following courses are required for students to graduate with this degree.  This list does not include general education requirements.

Required Courses in Mathematics

MAT 241-242 Introductory Calculus I-II
MAT 341-342 Intermediate Calculus II-III
MAT 261 Linear Algebra
MAT 346 Differential Equations
MAT 397-398 Junior Seminar

Required Courses in Related Fields

CHE 151-152 General Chemistry
PHY 241-242 General Physics
PHY 341 Modern Physics
CSC 117 Intro to Programming I
ECO 221 Intro to Macro-Economics

To complete the applied mathematics degree the student must complete the second degree at the affiliated partner institution.

In addition to these required courses, the student is strongly advised to take more courses related to his/her chosen field of specialization.  For example, a student interested in Chemical Engineering will take many Chemistry courses.