Computational and Applied Mathematical Sciences
Computational and Applied Mathematical Sciences (CAMS) is an interdisciplinary mathematics program that emphasizes computer science, experimentation, and data collection. Mathematics provides students with methods and theory that live at the heart of problem solving and data analysis in the physical sciences, engineering, and innovative industries. Combining mathematics with computer science gives students the practical skills necessary to employ their theoretical mathematics knowledge and develop algorithms to address problems in the real world. Students in CAMS will also complete 16 to 23 credits in an enrichment option of their choice. The enrichment option gives students experience in a particular field where mathematics and computer science can be applied, and the background to properly implement their skills.
Required Options in this Major
- Criminal Justice
- Physical Meteorology
- Weather Analysis