The Applied Mathematics Program coordinates and administers mathematics instruction through its APMA courses to students in all departments of the School of Engineering and Applied Science. The mathematical tools and expertise developed are essential to the professional development of the future engineer and applied scientist. This instruction forms the core of the analytical-mathematical component of an engineering education and lays the foundation for ongoing professional development.
All SEAS students are required to take the following courses:
• APMA 1110 - Single Variable Calculus II
• APMA 2120 - Multivariable Calculus
Other required APMA courses vary with the major, with all majors requiring either APMA 2130 - Ordinary Differential Equations or APMA 3080 - Linear Algebra .
Placing out of APMA course requirements:
A score of 5 on the AP BC calculus exam will be accepted as credit for APMA 1110.