20192020 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]
Applied Mathematical Sciences, Computational Biology Emphasis, B.S.


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Requirements for the Applied Mathematical Sciences Major
To receive the B.S. in Applied Mathematical Sciences students must adhere to General Education and School of Natural Sciences Requirements . The Applied Mathematical Sciences program consists of 7883 units with a minimum of 20 courses designed to give all students a common foundation of core knowledge specific to the discipline, plus breadth in an application area.
Lower Division Courses [38 Units Minimum]
Biological or Environmental Systems Science Requirement [4 units]
Complete one of the following courses:
Computer Science Requirement [24 units]
Complete one of the following computer science courses:
Chemistry Requirement [4 units]
Complete the following chemistry course:
Mathematics Requirement [20 units]
Complete the following five math courses:
Physics Requirement [8 units]
Complete the following two physics courses:
Upper Division Courses [28 Units]
Complete the following courses:
Complete one of the following courses:
Requirements for Computational Biology Emphasis Track [1617 Units]
Complete the following course:
And three of the following courses:
Elective Upper Division Math Courses
One of the following courses may be substituted for one course in any emphasis track, unless it is already part of the emphasis track or major requirements.
Transfer Students
To be admitted to the Applied Mathematical Sciences major transfer students must meet the following requirements:
Applicants will, at the time of admission have completed at minimum each of the following courses (or their equivalent) with a “C” or better: 
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