Undergraduate Study
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Bachelor of Science Degree
Sample Co-Op Schedule

The course schedules below give a general outline of the courses a co-op program student in applied mathematics will take. The Cooperative Engineering Education Program (co-op) allows undergraduate engineering students to integrate periods of classroom study with periods of paid, practical work experience related to their academic major and career goals.

There is a great flexibility in the specific courses that can be taken. Required core courses are marked by (*) asterisks. Undergraduates decide their courses in cooperation with the undergraduate advisers Mary Silber, Daniel Abrams or Hermann Riecke.

Co-op Junior

Fall Quarter

ESAM 311-1* - Methods of Applied Mathematics
Basic Engineering
Unrestricted Elective
Theme

Winter Quarter

ESAM 311-2* - Methods of Applied Mathematics
ESAM 346* - Modeling and Computation in Science and Engineering
IE 202 - Probability
Theme

Spring Quarter

Co-Op work experience


Co-op Pre-Senior

Fall Quarter

ESAM 421-1* - Models in Applied Mathematics
Concentration
Theme
Unrestricted Elective

Winter Quarter

Co-Op work experience

Spring Quarter

ESAM 311-3* - Methods of Applied Mathematics: Complex Variables
Concentration
IE 303 - Statistics I
Theme


Co-op Senior

Fall Quarter

Co-Op work experience

Winter Quarter

Modelling Course
Technical Elective
Concentration
Unrestricted Elective

Spring Quarter

ESAM 322* - Applied Dynamical Systems
Unrestricted Elective
Concentration
Unrestricted Elective