## Suggested Degree Pathway for Applied Mathematics and Statistics, Applied and Computational Mathematics Option

**For students who entered fall 2024 and beyond.**

## Freshman Year

### Fall Semester

Course Number | Course Name | Credits |
---|---|---|

MATH.1020 | Freshman Seminar in Mathematics^{1} | 0-1 |

MATH.1310 /
MATH.1410 | Calculus I /
Honors Calculus I (MATH) | 4 |

ENGL.1010 /
HONR.1100 | College Writing I /
First Year Seminar in Honors: Text in the City (CW) | 3 |

xxxx.xxxx | Social Sciences Perspective (SS)^{4} | 3 |

xxxx.xxxx | Science with Lab Perspective (SCL)^{2/3} | 4 |

Total | 14-15 |

## Sophomore Year

## Junior Year

### Fall Semester

Course Number | Course Name | Credits |
---|---|---|

MATH.3850 /
MATH.4070 | Applied Statistics /
Probability and Mathematical Statistics I | 3 |

MATH.4110 | Complex Variables I | 3 |

xxxx.xxxx | Arts and Humanities Perspective (AH)^{4} | 3 |

xxxx.xxxx | Free Elective^{6} | 3 |

xxxx.xxxx | Free Elective^{6} | 3 |

Total | 15 |

### Spring Semester

Course Number | Course Name | Credits |
---|---|---|

MATH.3620 | Numerical Analysis I | 3 |

MATH.3750 | Senior Seminar I | 1 |

MATH.3/4xxx | Applied and Computational Math Elective^{7} | 3 |

xxxx.xxxx | Free Elective^{6} | 3 |

xxxx.xxxx | Free Elective^{6} | 3 |

xxxx.xxxx | Free Elective^{6} | 3 |

Total | 16 |

## Senior Year

### Fall Semester

Course Number | Course Name | Credits |
---|---|---|

MATH.4750 | Senior Seminar II (AIL), (IL), (WOC) | 3 |

MATH.3/4xxx | Applied and Computational Mathematics Elective^{7} | 3 |

xxxx.xxxx | Free Elective^{6} | 3 |

xxxx.xxxx | Free Elective^{6} | 3 |

xxxx.xxxx | Free Elective^{6} | 3 |

Total | 15 |

### Spring Semester

Course Number | Course Name | Credits |
---|---|---|

MATH.3/4xxx | Applied and Computational Mathematics Elective^{7} | 3 |

xxxx.xxxx | Free Elective^{6} | 3 |

xxxx.xxxx | Free Elective^{6} | 3 |

xxxx.xxxx | Free Elective^{6} | 3 |

xxxx.xxxx | Free Elective^{6} | 1-3 |

Total | 13-15 |

**Total Minimum Credits = 120**.

^{1}MATH.1020 is optional but strongly recommended. If this course is completed, then total free electives are reduced by one credit.

^{2}All Kennedy College of Sciences (KCS) majors in BS programs must complete a minimum of 60 credits of KCS coursework. These can be required or elective courses for majors in KCS departments or KCS courses specifically designated as appropriate for science majors. Courses with titles indicating they are for non-science majors or explicitly designated for non-science majors in the course description cannot be used toward this 60-credit requirement.

^{3}Math BS majors, when completing their Core Breadth of Knowledge (BOK) requirement for the Sciences with Lab Perspective (SCL), must select courses from the departments of Biology; Chemistry; Environmental, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences (EEAS); or Physics. Courses with descriptions indicating they are for non-science majors or explicitly designated for non-science majors in the course description cannot be used toward the 60 credits of Kennedy College of Science (KCS) coursework requirement.

^{4}The Arts and Humanities (AH) and Social Sciences (SS) perspectives are subsets of the Breadth of Knowledge (BOK) requirements in the Core Curriculum. No more than two BOK courses can be taken with the same four-letter prefix.

The Core Curriculum also includes seven Essential Learning Outcomes (ELOs). The Diversity and Cultural Awareness (DCA) ELO and the Social Responsibility and Ethics (SRE) ELO are satisfied outside the major requirements. See the DCA course listing and the SRE course listing for a full list of classes that fulfill these requirements. The Class Search tool can be used to identify AH and SS courses that simultaneously satisfy the DCA or SRE requirement.

The Core Curriculum courses may be taken in any sequence. Refer to the Core Curriculum policy for further details. You should meet with your college-based professional advisor and/or faculty advisor to determine how best to satisfy the Core Curriculum requirements.

^{5}Computing Electives:

- COMP.1010 / COMP.1030L Computing I w/Lab
- COMP.1020 / COMP.1040L Computing II w/Lab
- MATH.2720 Introduction to Programming with MATLAB
- MATH.4190 Mathematica
- MATH.4660 Stat Program Using SAS
- MATH.5750 Applied Statistics with R
- MATH.5760 Statistical Programming using SAS
- INFO.2030 Introduction to Programming with Python
- INFO.2110 Introduction to Programming W/C I
- INFO.2120 Introduction to Programming with C - Part II
- INFO.2670 C Programming
- INFO.2680 C++ Programming
- INFO.2820 Python Programming
- INFO.3600 Introduction to Data Structures with C
- INFO.3640 Problem Solving with C

^{6}Free electives can be satisfied by any UMass Lowell (UML) course xxxx.1010 or above, with the following exceptions:

- Students only need to complete enough free elective credits to reach 120 total credits.
- Courses with the MATH prefix must be at or above the level of MATH.1225 Precalculus Mathematics I in order to count towards the minimum 120 credits required to graduate.
- No more than 60 credits of MATH coursework may be applied towards the minimum 120 credits requirement to graduate.
- The following courses do not count towards the minimum 120 credits to graduate: MATH.1280, MATH.1380, MATH.1390, MATH.1510, MATH.2195, MATH.2270, MATH.2830, MATH.3600, MATH.3630, ECON.2110, ECON.2120, PHYS.3810

^{7}Applied and Computational Mathematics Electives:

- MATH.3010 Introduction to Applied Mathematics I
- MATH.3230 Introduction to Proofs
- MATH.4030 Mathematical Analysis
- MATH.4210 Abstract Algebra I
- MATH.4450 Partial Differential Equations
- MATH.4540 Computational Mathematics
- MATH.4500 Mathematical Modeling
- MATH.5650 Special Functions

Current UMass Lowell students should use their Advisement Report in SIS. If you need assistance, please contact your advisor.

**Restriction on off-campus study:**

Be advised that any course taken at another institution must be formally approved prior to enrollment. See the catalog policy for details.