## Supplementary Major in Applied Mathematics

The program consists of 24 credit hours in the designated list of courses. To earn a supplementary major in applied mathematics a student must earn 15 credits from the listed Categories I.A and I.B of which at least 9 credits must be from Category I.B.

A student must also earn at least 9 credits from the Category II list of related disciplines. The courses in Category II may be taken from any combination of areas.

*Note: Any student in a college that is not the College of Arts and
Sciences who fulfills the mathematics course requirements for SMAM will
have automatically fulfilled one VWW requirement under the 9-hour rule.*

If you have any questions, please contact advisor: Tony Wang <twang@nmsu.edu>.

To apply, visit the Arts and Sciences Deans' office in Breland Hall 152.

- Mathematics courses
**At least 15 credit hours**

MATH 377:*Introduction to Numerical Methods*

MATH 391:*Vector Analysis*

MATH 392:*Ordinary Differential Equations*

STAT 371:*Statistics for Engineers and Scientists I***At least 9 credit hours**

MATH 331:*Introduction to Modern Algebra*(prerequisite courses Math 279 and Math 280)

MATH 332:*Introduction to Analysis*(prerequisite courses Math 279 and Math 192)

MATH 430:*Combinatorial Mathematics*

MATH 431:*Algebraic Coding Theory*

MATH 451:*Introduction to Differential Geometry*

MATH 453:*Introduction to Topology*

MATH 454:*Mathematical Logic*

MATH 471:*Complex Variables*

MATH 472:*Fourier Series and Boundary Value Problems*

MATH 473:*Calculus of Variations and Optimal Control*

MATH 480:*Vector Spaces and Matrix Algebra*

STAT 470:*Probability-Theory and Application*

STAT 480:*Statistics-Theory and Applications*

- Related disciplines -
**at least 9 credit hours** - Civil Engineering

C E 315:*Structural Analysis I*

C E 331:*Hydraulic Engineering*

C E 356:*Fundamentals of Environmental Engineering*

C E 382:*Hydraulic Systems Design* - Chemical Engineering

Chem E 305:*Transport Operations I - Fluid Flow*

Chem E 412:*Process Dynamics and Control*

Chem E 441:*Chemical Kinetics and Reactor Engineering* - Computer Science

C S 372:*Data Structures and Algorithms*

C S 476:*Computer Graphics I*

C S 486:*Bioinformatics*

C S 491:*Parallel Programming*

C S 492:*Modeling and Stimulation*

*For the next course, the student must be eligible to take 500-level courses:*

C S 510:*Automata, Languages, and Computability* - Economics

Econ 405:*Economic Statistics*

Econ 457:*Mathematical Economics*

Econ 498:*with approval* - Electrical and Computer Engineering

EE 315: Electromagnetics

E E 395:*Introduction to Digital Signal Processing*

E E 470:*Optics II*

E E 475:*Control Systems II*

EE 476: Computer Control Systems

E E 496:*Introduction to Communication Systems I*

E E 497:*Introduction to Communications Systems II* - Industrial Engineering

I E 365:*Quality Control*

I E 413:*Engineering Operations Research I*

I E 415:*Stochastic Processes Modeling*

I E 423:*Engineering Operations Research II*

I E 460:*Evaluation of Engineering Data*

I E 466:*Reliability* - Mechanical Engineering

M E 332:*Vibrations*

M E 333:*Intermediate Dynamics*

M E 338:*Fluid Mechanics*

M E 341:*Heat Transfer*

M E 463:*Low Speed Aerodynamics*

M E 473:*Compressible Flow* - Physics

PHYS 451:*Intermediate Mechanics I*

PHYS 454:*Intermediate Modern Physics I*

PHYS 455:*Intermediate Modern Physics II*

PHYS 461:*Intermediate Electricity and Magnetism I*

PHYS 462:*Intermediate Electricity and Magnetism II*

PHYS 470:*Optics II*

PHYS 476:*Computational Physics* - Surveying

SUR 351:*Introductory Survey Measurements, Analysis and Adjustments*

SUR 451:*Advanced Survey Measurements, Analysis and Adjustments*

SUR 462:*Advanced Geodesy*