The Applied Mathematics program of the University of Colorado at Boulder is designed to prepare graduates for exciting and diverse professional careers, and for graduate study in a wide variety of disciplines.
Courses at the undergraduate level provide training in a broad range of mathematical techniques and problem-solving strategies. These courses teach the concepts and methods central to applications of linear algebra, ordinary and partial differential equations, numerical analysis, probability and statistics, complex variables, and nonlinear dynamics. Since applied mathematicians often are involved in interdisciplinary work, the BS degree requires an in-depth knowledge of some area of science or engineering where mathematics is used. This knowledge prepares graduates to successfully communicate and cooperate with engineers and scientists. The BS degree also requires knowledge of a programming language and skill in using the computer.
The Department of Applied Math offers a broad range of undergraduate research opportunities funded by National Science Foundation grants, and students can gain professional exposure through the student chapter of the Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) on campus.
Working with faculty, applied math students have developed solutions to a variety of problems in fluids, dynamical systems, data analysis, networks, signal processing, math biology, math education and numerics. Applied math students also worked with faculty to develop the Mathematical Visualization Toolkit, an award-winning online instructional tool that helps students better visualize calculus concepts.
- Differential Equations with Linear Algebra
- Matrix Methods and Applications
- Methods in Applied Mathematics: Fourier Series and Boundary Value Problems
- Methods in Applied Mathematics: Complex Variables and Applications
- Intermediate Numerical Analysis
- Undergraduate Applied Analysis
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We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
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- Application fee ($50 for domestic applicants, $70 for international applicants)
- Personal Essay (required, 250–650 words)
- Writing Supplement (required, 250–650 words)
- One academic letter of recommendation is required
- High school or secondary school transcripts
- ACT or SAT scores are not required for first-year students who graduate from high school, but you may provide them if you would like us to take your scores into consideration when reviewing your application
- English proficiency test scores
- As a foreign national, you will need to obtain a temporary immigration visa from the United States in order to be allowed entry into the country. The two most common types of visas for students attending the University of Colorado Boulder are the F-1 student visa and the J-1 exchange visitor visa
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