# Applied Mathematics - B.S.

**College of Arts and Sciences**

Department of Mathematical Sciences

233 Mathematics and Computer Science Building

Kent Campus

330-672-2430

math@math.kent.edu

www.kent.edu/math

## Description

The Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Mathematics emphasizes the tools most useful in science, engineering and technology applications: mathematical modeling, scientific computing and probability and statistics.

The Applied Mathematics major comprises the following concentrations:

- The
**Applied Mathematics**concentration emphasizes the classical aspects of the discipline, which are rooted in mathematical modeling and applications in the sciences. It couples well with the Physics minor or major. - The
**Computational Mathematics**concentration is designed for students with interests in numerical modeling and scientific computing. It pairs well with the Computer Science minor or major. - The
**Financial Mathematics**concentration prepares students for graduate programs in mathematical or computational finance or financial engineering. - The
**Probability and Statistics**concentration emphasizes the mathematics underlying processes that involve randomness and the mathematical tools used in the analysis of data.

### FULLY OFFERED AT:

- Kent Campus

## Admission Requirements

The university affirmatively strives to provide educational opportunities and access to students with varied backgrounds, those with special talents and adult students who graduated from high school three or more years ago.

**Freshman Students on the Kent Campus:** The freshman admission policy on the Kent Campus is selective. Admission decisions are based upon the following: cumulative grade point average, ACT and/or SAT scores, strength of high school college preparatory curriculum and grade trends. The Admissions Office at the Kent Campus may defer the admission of students who do not meet admissions criteria but who demonstrate areas of promise for successful college study. Deferred applicants may begin their college coursework at one of seven Regional Campuses of Kent State University. For more information on admissions, including additional requirements for some academic programs, visit the __admissions website for new freshmen__.

**Freshman Students on the Regional Campuses:** Kent State campuses at Ashtabula, East Liverpool, Geauga, Salem, Stark, Trumbull and Tuscarawas, as well as the Regional Academic Center in Twinsburg, have open enrollment admission for students who hold a high school diploma, GED or equivalent.

**Transfer, Transitioning and Former Students:** For more information about admission criteria for transfer, transitioning and former students, please visit the __admissions website__.

**English Language Proficiency Requirements for International Students:** All international students must provide proof of English language proficiency (unless they meet specific exceptions) by earning a minimum 525 TOEFL score (71 on the Internet-based version), minimum 75 MELAB score, minimum 6.0 IELTS score or minimum 48 PTE Academic score, or by completing the ELS level 112 Intensive Program. For more information on international admission, visit the Office of Global Education’s admission website.

## University Requirements

All students in a bachelor's degree program at Kent State University must complete the following university requirements for graduation.

**NOTE: **University requirements may be fulfilled in this program by specific course requirements. Please see Program Requirements for details.

Requirement | Credits/Courses |
---|---|

Destination Kent State: First Year Experience | 1 |

Course is not required for students with 25 transfer credits, excluding College Credit Plus, or age 21+ at time of admission. | |

Diversity Domestic/Global (DIVD/DIVG) | 2 courses |

Students must successfully complete one domestic and one global course, of which one must be from the Kent Core. | |

Experiental Learning Requirement (ELR) | varies |

Students must successfully complete one course or approved experience. | |

Kent Core (see table below) | 36-37 |

Writing-Intensive Course (WIC) | 1 course |

Students must earn a minimum C grade in the course. | |

Upper-Division Requirement | 39 (or 42) |

Students must successfully complete 39 upper-division (numbered 30000 to 49999) credit hours to graduate. Students in a B.A. and/or B.S. degree in the College of Arts and Sciences must complete 42 upper-division credit hours. | |

Total Credit Hour Requirement | 120 |

Some bachelor's degrees require students to complete more than 120 credit hours. |

## Kent Core Requirements

Requirement | Credits/Courses |
---|---|

Kent Core Composition (KCMP) | 6 |

Kent Core Mathematics and Critical Reasoning (KMCR) | 3 |

Kent Core Humanities and Fine Arts (KHUM/KFA) (min one course each) | 9 |

Kent Core Social Sciences (KSS) (must be from two disciplines) | 6 |

Kent Core Basic Sciences (KBS/KLAB) (must include one laboratory) | 6-7 |

Kent Core Additional (KADL) | 6 |

Total Credit Hours: | 36-37 |

## Program Requirements

### Major Requirements

Code | Title | Credit Hours |
---|---|---|

Major Requirements (courses count in major GPA) | ||

CS 13011 & CS 13012 | COMPUTER SCIENCE IA: PROCEDURAL PROGRAMMING and COMPUTER SCIENCE IB: OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING (min C grade) | 4 |

or CS 13001 | COMPUTER SCIENCE I: PROGRAMMING AND PROBLEM SOLVING | |

MATH 12002 | ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS I (KMCR) (min C grade) | 5 |

MATH 12003 | ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS II (min C grade) | 5 |

MATH 21001 | LINEAR ALGEBRA WITH APPLICATIONS (min C grade) | 3 |

MATH 22005 | ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS III (min C grade) | 4 |

MATH 32044 | INTRODUCTION TO ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS (min C grade) ^{1} | 3 |

MATH 40011 | INTRODUCTION TO PROBABILITY THEORY AND APPLICATIONS | 3 |

MATH 40012 | INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL CONCEPTS | 3 |

MATH 41021 | THEORY OF MATRICES | 3 |

MATH 42031 | MATHEMATICAL MODELS AND DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS (min C grade) | 3 |

MATH 42039 | MODELING PROJECTS (ELR) (WIC) ^{2} | 3 |

MATH 42201 | INTRODUCTION TO NUMERICAL COMPUTING I (min C grade) | 3 |

MATH 42202 | INTRODUCTION TO NUMERICAL COMPUTING II | 3 |

PHY 23101 | GENERAL UNIVERSITY PHYSICS I (KBS) (KLAB) | 5 |

PHY 23102 | GENERAL UNIVERSITY PHYSICS II (KBS) (KLAB) | 5 |

Additional Requirements (courses do not count in major GPA) | ||

UC 10097 | DESTINATION KENT STATE: FIRST YEAR EXPERIENCE | 1 |

Foreign Language (see Foreign Language College Requirement below) | 8 | |

Kent Core Composition | 6 | |

Kent Core Humanities and Fine Arts (minimum one course from each) | 9 | |

Kent Core Social Sciences (must be from two disciplines) | 3 | |

Kent Core Additional | 3 | |

General Electives (total credit hours depends on earning 120 credit hours, including 42 upper-division credit hours) | 13 | |

Concentrations | ||

Choose from the following: | 22 | |

Minimum Total Credit Hours: | 120 |

^{1} | Minimum C grade required for Applied Mathematics and Financial Mathematics concentrations only. |

^{2} | A minimum C grade must be earned to fulfill the writing-intensive requirement. |

### Graduation Requirements

Minimum Major GPA | Minimum Overall GPA |
---|---|

2.000 | 2.000 |

### Foreign Language College Requirement

Students pursuing the Bachelor of Science degree in the College of Arts and Sciences must complete 8 credit hours of foreign language.^{1}

- Minimum Elementary I and II of the same language

^{1} | All students with prior foreign language experience should take the foreign language placement test to determine the appropriate level at which to start. Some students may begin their university foreign language experience beyond the Elementary I level and will complete the requirement with fewer credit hours and fewer courses. This may be accomplished by: (1) passing a course beyond the Elementary I through Intermediate II level or (2) receiving credit through Credit by Exam (CBE), the College Level Examination Program (CLEP), the Advanced Placement (AP) exam or credit through the International Baccalaureate (IB) program; or (3) being designated a "native speaker" of a non-English language (consult with the College of Arts and Sciences Advising Office for additional Information) . When students complete the requirement with fewer than 8 credit hours and two courses, they will complete the remaining hours with general electives. |

### Applied Mathematics Concentration Requirements

[AS-BS-AMTH-AMTH]

Code | Title | Credit Hours |
---|---|---|

Concentration Requirements (courses count in major GPA) | ||

MATH 42041 | ADVANCED CALCULUS | 3 |

MATH 42045 | INTRODUCTION TO PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS | 3 |

MATH 42048 | INTRODUCTION TO COMPLEX VARIABLES | 3 |

Allied Area Electives, choose from the following: | 6 | |

Biological Science Upper-Division Electives (BSCI 30000 or 40000 level) | ||

Chemistry Upper-Division Electives (CHEM 30000 or 40000 level) | ||

Computer Science Upper-Division Electives (CS 30000 or 40000 level) | ||

Mathematics Upper-Division Electives (MATH 30000 or 40000 level) | ||

Physics Upper-Division Electives (PHY 30000 or 40000 level) | ||

Additional Requirements (courses do not count in major GPA) | ||

Kent Core Social Sciences (must be from two disciplines) | 3 | |

Kent Core Addititional | 3 | |

General Elective | 1 | |

Minimum Total Credit Hours: | 22 |

### Computational Mathematics Concentration Requirements

[AS-BS-AMTH-CMTH]

Code | Title | Credit Hours |
---|---|---|

Concentration Requirements (courses count in major GPA) | ||

CS 23001 | COMPUTER SCIENCE II: DATA STRUCTURES AND ABSTRACTION | 4 |

MATH 23022 | DISCRETE STRUCTURES FOR COMPUTER SCIENCE | 3 |

Allied Area Electives, choose from the following: | 9 | |

Biological Science Upper-Division Electives (BSCI 30000 or 40000 level) | ||

Chemistry Upper-Division Electives (CHEM 30000 or 40000 level) | ||

Computer Science Upper-Division Electives (CS 30000 or 40000 level) | ||

Mathematics Upper-Division Electives (MATH 30000 or 40000 level) | ||

Physics Upper-Division Electives (PHY 30000 or 40000 level) | ||

Additional Requirements (courses do not count in major GPA) | ||

Kent Core Social Sciences (must be from two disciplines) | 3 | |

Kent Core Addititional | 3 | |

Minimum Total Credit Hours: | 22 |

### Financial Mathematics Concentration Requirements

[AS-BS-AMTH-FMTH]

Code | Title | Credit Hours |
---|---|---|

Concentration Requirements (courses count in major GPA) | ||

ACCT 23020 | INTRODUCTION TO FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING | 3 |

FIN 36053 | BUSINESS FINANCE | 3 |

MATH 40051 | TOPICS IN PROBABILITY THEORY AND STOCHASTIC PROCESSES | 3 |

MATH 42045 | INTRODUCTION TO PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS | 3 |

Allied Area Electives, choose from the following: | 3 | |

MONEY, CREDIT AND BANKING | ||

INTERMEDIATE MICROECONOMIC THEORY AND APPLICATIONS | ||

INTERMEDIATE MACROECONOMIC THEORY AND POLICY | ||

APPLIED ECONOMETRICS I (ELR) | ||

INTERMEDIATE CORPORATE FINANCE | ||

INTERMEDIATE INVESTMENTS | ||

FINANCIAL RISK MANAGEMENT | ||

ADVANCED DERIVATIVE SECURITIES | ||

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS FINANCE | ||

ADVANCED PORTFOLIO ANALYSIS | ||

Biological Science Upper-Division Courses (BSCI 30000 or 40000 level) | ||

Chemistry Upper-Division Courses (CHEM 30000 or 40000 level) | ||

Computer Science Upper-Division Courses (CS 30000 or 40000 level) | ||

Mathematics Upper-Division Courses (MATH 30000 or 40000 level) | ||

Physics Upper-Division Courses (PHY 30000 or 40000 level) | ||

Additional Requirements (courses do not count in major GPA) | ||

ECON 22060 | PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS (KSS) | 3 |

ECON 22061 | PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS (KSS) | 3 |

General Elective | 1 | |

Minimum Total Credit Hours: | 22 |

### Probability and Statistics Concentration Requirements

[AS-BS-AMTH-PSTT]

Code | Title | Credit Hours |
---|---|---|

Concentration Requirements (courses count in major GPA) | ||

MATH 40051 | TOPICS IN PROBABILITY THEORY AND STOCHASTIC PROCESSES | 3 |

Allied Area Electives, choose from the following: | 9 | |

Biological Science Upper-Division Courses (BSCI 30000 or 40000 level) | ||

Chemistry Upper-Division Courses (CHEM 30000 or 40000 level) | ||

Computer Science Upper-Division Courses (CS 30000 or 40000 level) | ||

Mathematics Upper-Division Courses (MATH 30000 or 40000 level) | ||

Physics Upper-Division Courses (PHY 30000 or 40000 level) | ||

Additional Requirements (courses do not count in major GPA) | ||

Kent Core Social Sciences (must be from two disciplines) | 3 | |

Kent Core Addititional | 3 | |

General Electives | 4 | |

Minimum Total Credit Hours: | 22 |

## Roadmaps

- Applied Mathematics Concentration
- Computational Mathematics Concentration
- Financial Mathematics Concentration
- Probability and Statistics Concentration

### Applied Mathematics Concentration

This roadmap is a recommended semester-by-semester plan of study for this major. However, courses designated as critical (!) must be completed in the semester listed to ensure a timely graduation.

Semester One | Credits | ||
---|---|---|---|

! | MATH 12002 | ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS I (KMCR) | 5 |

UC 10097 | DESTINATION KENT STATE: FIRST YEAR EXPERIENCE | 1 | |

Kent Core Requirement | 3 | ||

Kent Core Requirement | 3 | ||

Kent Core Requirement | 3 | ||

Credit Hours | 15 | ||

Semester Two | |||

CS 13011 & CS 13012 or CS 13001 |
COMPUTER SCIENCE IA: PROCEDURAL PROGRAMMING and COMPUTER SCIENCE IB: OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING or COMPUTER SCIENCE I: PROGRAMMING AND PROBLEM SOLVING |
4 | |

! | MATH 12003 | ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS II | 5 |

Kent Core Requirement | 3 | ||

Kent Core Requirement | 3 | ||

Credit Hours | 15 | ||

Semester Three | |||

! | MATH 22005 | ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS III | 4 |

PHY 23101 | GENERAL UNIVERSITY PHYSICS I (KBS) (KLAB) | 5 | |

Foreign Language | 4 | ||

Kent Core Requirement | 3 | ||

Credit Hours | 16 | ||

Semester Four | |||

! | MATH 21001 | LINEAR ALGEBRA WITH APPLICATIONS | 3 |

PHY 23102 | GENERAL UNIVERSITY PHYSICS II (KBS) (KLAB) | 5 | |

Foreign Language | 4 | ||

Kent Core Requirement | 3 | ||

Credit Hours | 15 | ||

Semester Five | |||

! | MATH 32044 | INTRODUCTION TO ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS | 3 |

! | MATH 42031 or MATH 42201 |
MATHEMATICAL MODELS AND DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS or INTRODUCTION TO NUMERICAL COMPUTING I |
3 |

! | MATH 42041 or MATH 42048 |
ADVANCED CALCULUS or INTRODUCTION TO COMPLEX VARIABLES |
3 |

Kent Core Requirement | 3 | ||

Kent Core Requirement | 3 | ||

Credit Hours | 15 | ||

Semester Six | |||

! | MATH 42039 or MATH 42202 |
MODELING PROJECTS (ELR) (WIC) or INTRODUCTION TO NUMERICAL COMPUTING II |
3 |

! | MATH 42045 | INTRODUCTION TO PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS | 3 |

Allied Area Elective | 3 | ||

General Electives | 6 | ||

Credit Hours | 15 | ||

Semester Seven | |||

! | MATH 40011 | INTRODUCTION TO PROBABILITY THEORY AND APPLICATIONS | 3 |

! | MATH 42031 or MATH 42201 |
MATHEMATICAL MODELS AND DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS or INTRODUCTION TO NUMERICAL COMPUTING I |
3 |

! | MATH 42041 or MATH 42048 |
ADVANCED CALCULUS or INTRODUCTION TO COMPLEX VARIABLES |
3 |

General Electives | 6 | ||

Credit Hours | 15 | ||

Semester Eight | |||

! | MATH 40012 | INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL CONCEPTS | 3 |

! | MATH 41021 | THEORY OF MATRICES | 3 |

! | MATH 42039 or MATH 42202 |
MODELING PROJECTS (ELR) (WIC) or INTRODUCTION TO NUMERICAL COMPUTING II |
3 |

Allied Area Elective | 3 | ||

General Elective | 2 | ||

Credit Hours | 14 | ||

Minimum Total Credit Hours: | 120 |

### Computational Mathematics Concentration.

This roadmap is a recommended semester-by-semester plan of study for this major. However, courses designated as critical (!) must be completed in the semester listed to ensure a timely graduation.

Semester One | Credits | ||
---|---|---|---|

! | MATH 12002 | ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS I (KMCR) | 5 |

UC 10097 | DESTINATION KENT STATE: FIRST YEAR EXPERIENCE | 1 | |

Kent Core Requirement | 3 | ||

Kent Core Requirement | 3 | ||

Kent Core Requirement | 3 | ||

Credit Hours | 15 | ||

Semester Two | |||

CS 13011 & CS 13012 or CS 13001 |
COMPUTER SCIENCE IA: PROCEDURAL PROGRAMMING and COMPUTER SCIENCE IB: OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING or COMPUTER SCIENCE I: PROGRAMMING AND PROBLEM SOLVING |
4 | |

! | MATH 12003 | ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS II | 5 |

Kent Core Requirement | 3 | ||

Kent Core Requirement | 3 | ||

Credit Hours | 15 | ||

Semester Three | |||

CS 23001 | COMPUTER SCIENCE II: DATA STRUCTURES AND ABSTRACTION | 4 | |

! | MATH 22005 | ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS III | 4 |

PHY 23101 | GENERAL UNIVERSITY PHYSICS I (KBS) (KLAB) | 5 | |

Kent Core Requirement | 3 | ||

Credit Hours | 16 | ||

Semester Four | |||

! | MATH 21001 | LINEAR ALGEBRA WITH APPLICATIONS | 3 |

! | MATH 23022 | DISCRETE STRUCTURES FOR COMPUTER SCIENCE | 3 |

PHY 23102 | GENERAL UNIVERSITY PHYSICS II (KBS) (KLAB) | 5 | |

Kent Core Requirement | 3 | ||

Credit Hours | 14 | ||

Semester Five | |||

! | MATH 32044 | INTRODUCTION TO ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS | 3 |

! | MATH 42031 or MATH 42201 |
MATHEMATICAL MODELS AND DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS or INTRODUCTION TO NUMERICAL COMPUTING I |
3 |

Foreign Language | 4 | ||

Kent Core Requirement | 3 | ||

Kent Core Requirement | 3 | ||

Credit Hours | 16 | ||

Semester Six | |||

! | MATH 41021 | THEORY OF MATRICES | 3 |

! | MATH 42039 or MATH 42202 |
MODELING PROJECTS (ELR) (WIC) or INTRODUCTION TO NUMERICAL COMPUTING II |
3 |

Foreign Language | 4 | ||

General Electives | 6 | ||

Credit Hours | 16 | ||

Semester Seven | |||

! | MATH 40011 | INTRODUCTION TO PROBABILITY THEORY AND APPLICATIONS | 3 |

! | MATH 42031 or MATH 42201 |
MATHEMATICAL MODELS AND DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS or INTRODUCTION TO NUMERICAL COMPUTING I |
3 |

Allied Area Electives | 6 | ||

General Elective | 3 | ||

Credit Hours | 15 | ||

Semester Eight | |||

! | MATH 40012 | INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL CONCEPTS | 3 |

! | MATH 42039 or MATH 42202 |
MODELING PROJECTS (ELR) (WIC) or INTRODUCTION TO NUMERICAL COMPUTING II |
3 |

Allied Area Elective | 3 | ||

General Elective | 4 | ||

Credit Hours | 13 | ||

Minimum Total Credit Hours: | 120 |

### Financial Mathematics Concentration.

This roadmap is a recommended semester-by-semester plan of study for this major. However, courses designated as critical (!) must be completed in the semester listed to ensure a timely graduation.

Semester One | Credits | ||
---|---|---|---|

! | MATH 12002 | ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS I (KMCR) | 5 |

UC 10097 | DESTINATION KENT STATE: FIRST YEAR EXPERIENCE | 1 | |

Kent Core Requirement | 3 | ||

Kent Core Requirement | 3 | ||

Kent Core Requirement | 3 | ||

Credit Hours | 15 | ||

Semester Two | |||

CS 13011 & CS 13012 or CS 13001 |
COMPUTER SCIENCE IA: PROCEDURAL PROGRAMMING and COMPUTER SCIENCE IB: OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING or COMPUTER SCIENCE I: PROGRAMMING AND PROBLEM SOLVING |
4 | |

! | MATH 12003 | ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS II | 5 |

Kent Core Requirement | 3 | ||

Kent Core Requirement | 3 | ||

Credit Hours | 15 | ||

Semester Three | |||

ECON 22060 | PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS (KSS) | 3 | |

! | MATH 22005 | ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS III | 4 |

PHY 23101 | GENERAL UNIVERSITY PHYSICS I (KBS) (KLAB) | 5 | |

Foreign Language | 4 | ||

Credit Hours | 16 | ||

Semester Four | |||

ECON 22061 | PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS (KSS) | 3 | |

! | MATH 21001 | LINEAR ALGEBRA WITH APPLICATIONS | 3 |

! | PHY 23102 | GENERAL UNIVERSITY PHYSICS II (KBS) (KLAB) | 5 |

Foreign Language | 4 | ||

Credit Hours | 15 | ||

Semester Five | |||

! | ACCT 23020 | INTRODUCTION TO FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING | 3 |

! | MATH 32044 | INTRODUCTION TO ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS | 3 |

! | MATH 40011 | INTRODUCTION TO PROBABILITY THEORY AND APPLICATIONS | 3 |

! | MATH 42031 or MATH 42201 |
MATHEMATICAL MODELS AND DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS or INTRODUCTION TO NUMERICAL COMPUTING I |
3 |

Kent Core Requirement | 3 | ||

Credit Hours | 15 | ||

Semester Six | |||

! | FIN 36053 | BUSINESS FINANCE | 3 |

! | MATH 40012 | INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL CONCEPTS | 3 |

! | MATH 42045 | INTRODUCTION TO PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS | 3 |

! | MATH 42039 or MATH 42202 |
MODELING PROJECTS (ELR) (WIC) or INTRODUCTION TO NUMERICAL COMPUTING II |
3 |

General Elective | 3 | ||

Credit Hours | 15 | ||

Semester Seven | |||

! | MATH 40051 | TOPICS IN PROBABILITY THEORY AND STOCHASTIC PROCESSES | 3 |

! | MATH 42031 or MATH 42201 |
MATHEMATICAL MODELS AND DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS or INTRODUCTION TO NUMERICAL COMPUTING I |
3 |

Kent Core Requirement | 3 | ||

General Electives | 6 | ||

Credit Hours | 15 | ||

Semester Eight | |||

! | MATH 41021 | THEORY OF MATRICES | 3 |

! | MATH 42039 or MATH 42202 |
MODELING PROJECTS (ELR) (WIC) or INTRODUCTION TO NUMERICAL COMPUTING II |
3 |

! | Allied Area Elective | 3 | |

General Electives | 5 | ||

Credit Hours | 14 | ||

Minimum Total Credit Hours: | 120 |

### Probability and Statistics Concentration.

Semester One | Credits | ||
---|---|---|---|

! | MATH 12002 | ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS I (KMCR) | 5 |

UC 10097 | DESTINATION KENT STATE: FIRST YEAR EXPERIENCE | 1 | |

Kent Core Requirement | 3 | ||

Kent Core Requirement | 3 | ||

Kent Core Requirement | 3 | ||

Credit Hours | 15 | ||

Semester Two | |||

CS 13011 & CS 13012 or CS 13001 |
COMPUTER SCIENCE IA: PROCEDURAL PROGRAMMING and COMPUTER SCIENCE IB: OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING or COMPUTER SCIENCE I: PROGRAMMING AND PROBLEM SOLVING |
4 | |

! | MATH 12003 | ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS II | 5 |

Kent Core Requirement | 3 | ||

Kent Core Requirement | 3 | ||

Credit Hours | 15 | ||

Semester Three | |||

! | MATH 22005 | ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS III | 4 |

PHY 23101 | GENERAL UNIVERSITY PHYSICS I (KBS) (KLAB) | 5 | |

Foreign Language | 4 | ||

Kent Core Requirement | 3 | ||

Credit Hours | 16 | ||

Semester Four | |||

! | MATH 21001 | LINEAR ALGEBRA WITH APPLICATIONS | 3 |

PHY 23102 | GENERAL UNIVERSITY PHYSICS II (KBS) (KLAB) | 5 | |

Foreign Language | 4 | ||

Kent Core Requirement | 3 | ||

Credit Hours | 15 | ||

Semester Five | |||

! | MATH 32044 | INTRODUCTION TO ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS | 3 |

! | MATH 40011 | INTRODUCTION TO PROBABILITY THEORY AND APPLICATIONS | 3 |

! | MATH 42031 or MATH 42201 |
MATHEMATICAL MODELS AND DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS or INTRODUCTION TO NUMERICAL COMPUTING I |
3 |

Kent Core Requirement | 3 | ||

Kent Core Requirement | 3 | ||

Credit Hours | 15 | ||

Semester Six | |||

! | MATH 40012 | INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL CONCEPTS | 3 |

! | MATH 42039 or MATH 42202 |
MODELING PROJECTS (ELR) (WIC) or INTRODUCTION TO NUMERICAL COMPUTING II |
3 |

Allied Area Elective | 3 | ||

General Electives | 6 | ||

Credit Hours | 15 | ||

Semester Seven | |||

! | MATH 40051 | TOPICS IN PROBABILITY THEORY AND STOCHASTIC PROCESSES | 3 |

! | MATH 42031 or MATH 42201 |
MATHEMATICAL MODELS AND DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS or INTRODUCTION TO NUMERICAL COMPUTING I |
3 |

General Electives | 8 | ||

Credit Hours | 14 | ||

Semester Eight | |||

! | MATH 41021 | THEORY OF MATRICES | 3 |

! | MATH 42039 or MATH 42202 |
MODELING PROJECTS (ELR) (WIC) or INTRODUCTION TO NUMERICAL COMPUTING II |
3 |

Allied Area Electives | 6 | ||

General Elective | 3 | ||

Credit Hours | 15 | ||

Minimum Total Credit Hours: | 120 |