Applied Mathematics Curriculum

Always loved math but don’t know what you want to do with it? In the Upside-Down Curriculum, you’ll be able to explore your various interests in your first year, giving you time to find your passion and choose the direction you take your studies. And if you know exactly what you want to study (for instance, Applied Mathematics with a minor in Cybersecurity), you’ll be able to jump right into career-relevant classes from day one.

We’ve created a four-pronged approach to learning applied math:

Math Foundation: Learn advanced math and math theory. The courses in our Math Foundation provide you with the skills and knowledge you'll be building upon during your studies and career.

Math Electives: With your math elective credits, you’ll get to choose which areas of math to focus on. For instance, you may want to continue exploring statistics or more discrete math.

Applied Electives: These courses are math-related and provide opportunities for you to practice using math to overcome obstacles, solve problems, and answer questions. You'll have a wide range of courses to choose from, including classes in art, business, computer science, and data science. You can work with your advisor to choose approved courses that are relevant to your interests and goals.

General Electives: Study a variety of topics or declare a minor to complement your Applied Mathematics major. You’ll have enough general elective credits to follow your interests wherever they take you!

Applied Mathematics Curriculum 2021–2022


Year 2

Year 2 Spring Semester Courses

Year 3

Year 3 Fall Semester Courses

  • Probability & Statistics
  • Linear Algebra
  • Math elective
  • Take 6 COR credits at the 300 level

Year 3 Spring Semester Courses

  • Math elective 
  • Applied elective
  • General elective
  • Take 6 COR credits at the 300 level

Year 4

Year 4 Fall Semester Courses

Year 4 Spring Semester Courses


Extend your education

Minors

A minor is a perfect way to tailor your degree and open additional career avenues. A minor in Data Science, Accounting, or Game Programming could expose you to incredible opportunities. A Social Justice or LGBTQ Studies minor could take you places you never expected. Explore all our Champlain minors.

Intern at our Centers of Experience

Gaining experience as an undergraduate student is easy with Champlain's Centers of Experience. Apply what you're learning in the classroom to real-world projects at the Emergent Media Center or our Leahy Center for Digital Forensics & Cybersecurity. Check out all of Champlain's Centers of Experience.