- Arts & Sciences
- Mathematics
- Undergraduate Program
- Majoring in Mathematics
- Applied Mathematics Concentration
- Programs of Study
Programs of Study
Here are some examples of programs of study within the Applied Mathematics Track:
Student A did not take many math courses in high school. She took the standard calculus sequence at William & Mary and opted for the applied mathematics track, emphasizing operations research. After graduating, she took a job with an industrial consulting firm. Here are her mathematics courses:
Fall | Spring | |
Year 1 | 111 | 112 |
Year 2 | 211 | 213, 308 |
Year 3 | 214, 323 | 302, 311 |
Year 4 | 401, CS 628 | 424, 490 |
Student B received AP credit for Math 111-112. He majored in physics at William & Mary with a second major in mathematics. He opted for the applied mathematics track, emphasizing scientific applications. Here are his mathematics courses:
Fall | Spring | |
Year 1 | 212 | 211 |
Year 2 | 214 |
302, 308 |
Year 3 | 311, 413 | 417 |
Year 4 | 405 | 490 |
Student C received AP credit for Math 111. She pursued an intensive program of study in mathematics and opted for the applied mathematics track, emphasizing probability and statistics. Her plan was to prepare for graduate study in statistics. Here are her mathematics courses:
Fall | Spring | |
Year 1 | 112 |
211, 212 |
Year 2 | 214, 323 | 307, 308 |
Year 3 | 311, 401 | 402, 403 |
Year 4 | 413, 495 | 414, 496 |