To receive a minor in Applied Mathematical Sciences, a student must complete the following requirements:

**Applied Mathematical Sciences Requirements (20 units)**

The Applied Mathematical Sciences minor consists of 5 courses (1 lower division and 4 upper division) designed to give students the skills needed to apply mathematical techniques and computational methods to solve problems in the social sciences, natural sciences, and engineering.

**Lower division courses (4 units)**

Scientific Data Analysis (MATH 18), or Probability and Statistics (MATH 32) [4 units]

**Upper division courses (4 units)**

Intermediate Differential Equations (MATH 125) [4 units]

**Additional Upper division courses (12 units)**

A student must take at least three additional upper division Applied Mathematics courses, of his or her choice, totaling at least 12 units. Possible courses are:

Applied Math Methods II (MATH 122) [4 units]

Partial Differential Equations (MATH 126) [4 units]

Numerical Analysis I (MATH 131) [4 units]

Numerical Analysis II (MATH 132) [4 units]

Linear Analysis I (MATH 141) [4 units]

Mathematical Modeling (MATH 150) [4 units]

Independent Study (MATH 198) [4 units]

**Note 1:** Only one of those courses (lower or upper division) can be used to simultaneously fulfill a requirement for a different minor or for a major.

**Note 2: **The following courses are prerequisites to the required course MATH 125:

Calculus of a Single Variable I* (MATH 21) [4 units]

Calculus of a Single Variable II (MATH 22) [4 units]

Vector Calculus (MATH 23) [4 units]

Intro to Linear Algebra and Differential Equations (MATH 24) [4 units]