The program of study leading to the Bachelor of Science degree in Computational and Applied Mathematics provides a solid foundation in the application of analytical, geometrical, and numerical methods in problem solving and logical deduction. This program is highly customizable. In addition to a core set of mathematics courses, the program also requires completion of a minor or track that prepares the student for graduate study or for employment in various mathematics and statistics-related fields. The program also offers accelerated tracks leading to the MAT teacher certification and the M.S. in applied statistics. The goal of this major is to assist students in acquiring both an understanding of mathematics and an ability to apply it to the sciences.
Complete a formal minor, or complete one of the following B.S. Computational & Applied Mathematics Tracks:
Combined study in MATHEMATICS & STATISTICS
Any 15 hours from Upper Division Electives. Many different directions can be taken with these 15 additional hours such as concentrations on mathematical applications in continuous or discrete areas, preparation for graduate programs in mathematics, etc. Consult with your advisor to carefully select the courses that best suit your career plans.
Accelerated Bachelor's Master's Degree Option for Kennesaw State University's MASTER OF SCIENCE in APPLIED STATISTICS.
Take the maximum number of MSAS graduate courses. Complete the rest of the track with any additional courses for Upper Division Electives.
Accelerated Bachelor's Master's Degree Options for Kennesaw State University's MASTER OF ART in TEACHING SECONDARY MATHEMATICS.
Take the maximum allowed number of MAT graduate courses. Complete the rest of the track with any additional courses from the following list:
MATH 3295 - Mathematics for Middle and Secondary Teachers
MATH 3395 - Geometric Proofs and Applications
MATH 3495 - Advanced Perspectives on School Math I
MATH 4495 - Advanced Perspectives on School Math II