BS - Applied Mathematics - Degree Map

1st Year

Fall Semester / credits

  • Math 120 Calculus I - 5
  • Eng 101 Comm. Arts I - 3
  • Gen Ed. - 6

Spring Semester / credits

  • Math 121 Calculus II - 5
  • Csci 205 Computer Science I * - 5
  • Phys 230/231 General Physics I *** - 5

2nd Year

Fall Semester / credits

  • Math 220 Multivariable Calculus - 4
  • Csci 206 Computer Science II ***** - 3
  • Phys 232/233 General Physics II *** - 5
  • Eng 102 Comm. Arts II - 3

Spring Semester / credits

  • Math 250 Intro. to Mathematical Thought - 3
  • Math 327 Differential Equations - 3
  • Gen Ed. - 9

3rd Year

Fall Semester / credits

  • Math 321 Linear Algebra - 3
  • Math 330 Numerical Analysis*+ - 3
  • ENG 226 Basic Grammar & History of English - 3
  • Gen Ed. - 6

Spring Semester / credits

  • Math 340 Probability & Statistics*+ - 3
  • ENG 357 or 363 ** - 3
  • Math Electives **** - 3
  • Electives - 6

4th Year

Fall Semester / credits

  • Math Electives **** - 3
  • Math 471 Senior Capstone I - 1
  • Electives - 12

Spring Semester / credits

  • Math 472 Senior Capstone II - 1
  • Electives - 15

Notes:

  • 42 upper-division hours required to graduate; only 23 hours are specified in the degree plan – students must select additional upper-division coursework which may be included in the “Electives” categories above.
  • * Students may be required to take Csci 104 BEFORE enrolling in Csci 205; Csci 205 could be taken during the spring semester of the second year;
  • ** Students may complete 1-year of foreign language instead of ENG 357 or 363
  • *** Students may complete any one-year sequence of “General” science courses (see degree plan); these courses also satisfy the general education science requirement
  • **** Students must complete either Math 375 and Math 479 Topics OR Csci 325 and Csci 479 Topics
  • ***** Csci 206 Computer Science II is NOT required, but is highly recommended
  • *+ Math 330 and 340 are not offered every year – students/advisors should verify schedule with department chair

This degree map may change at any time, and ASU does not guarantee its accuracy. Always consult with your major advisor before registering for courses.