2022-23 University Catalog 
    
    Apr 24, 2024  
2022-23 University Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Applied Mathematics, BS


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Degree Requirements


In addition to the mathematics requirements listed below, students will be required to complete the 200 level calculus-based general physics sequence as well as other general education requirements and Electives necessary to bring the total credit hours to 182. Please see the recommended curriculum map below.  All mathematics courses must be completed with a grade “C” or better. Transfer students should consult the Admissions Office and the Mathematics Department to determine which of their courses will satisfy Oregon Tech course requirements.

Lower-Division Required Courses (18 credits)


Plus two additional courses chosen from:


Upper-Division Math/Physics Electives (At least 7 credits)


Students will choose 2 upper-level mathematics or physics courses with the approval of a mathematics advisor. No more than 3 credits can be MATH 407 .

Focused Electives (16 credits)


Students will choose appropriate electives from outside of mathematics. These courses should support the program objectives and must be approved by a mathematics advisor. The focused electives must total at least 16 credits at least 9 of which are from a 3 course sequence; see below for examples.

Examples of Focused Electives Sequences


Notes:


  1. Some of the above courses have an additional lab requirement.
  2. PHY 221 , PHY 222 , PHY 223  may not be used as focused electives.

Curriculum


This map shows required courses for the degree and recommended terms to take each course (the term sequence is subject to change depending on transfer courses, AP/IB/CLEP credit, and course availability)

 

Degree Required courses and recommended terms during which they should be taken:

Freshman Year


Fall


Winter


Spring


Sophomore Year


Fall


Winter


Spring


Junior Year


Fall


Winter


Spring


Senior Year


Fall


Spring


Total for a B.S. in Mathematics: 183-184 Credit Hours


a Students will choose at least 16 credits from outside of mathematics with the approval of a mathematics advisor. At least 9 credits should be from a 3 course sequence. See above for examples.
b Students will choose 2 upper-division courses from mathematics or physics with the approval of a mathematics advisor.
c See “Upper-Division Core Requirements” listed above in the degree requirements section. The years and terms that these courses are offered will vary. For questions about availability, please consult with an advisor or contact the Mathematics Department.

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