A Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics is designed to develop your analytical, decision making, and problem solving skills. Required and elective science and engineering courses will show you the role of mathematics and statistics in a variety of field and prepare you for the complex world we are living in.
You aren’t required to have an emphasis area. But, if you apply for and complete the requirements, you will have this accomplishment noted on your diploma.
Experiential Learning at Missouri S&T refers to learning stimulated by a variety of structured activities that differ significantly from the traditional lecture format. Experiential learning activities are designed to require students to go beyond mastering basic skills and knowledge in the application of that material to problem solving challenges. These activities involve collaboration and reflective learning and allow students to learn in environments that align with their aptitudes.
If you have questions about experiential learning, please contact Dr. Paul Runnion, associate teaching professor, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 573-341-4916.
The Grad Track Pathways program offers early provisional admission to the master's degree program to exceptional undergraduate students and is designed for these students to earn coursework credit towards their master's degree while completing their bachelor's degree in the same discipline. This pathway is defined by a set of graduate-level courses that apply towards both degrees.
If you have questions about the grad track program, please contact Dr. Akim Adekpedjou, director of graduate studies for the mathematics and statistics department, at email@example.com or 573-341-4649.