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What can I do with a major in...?: Computational and Applied Mathematics

Career resources for your major.

About Computational and Applied Mathematics Major

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Degree:

  • B.S. Computational and Applied Mathematics

 

Concentrations:

  • Biology and Life Sciences
  • Computational Chemistry
  • Economics
  • Physics, Dynamics and Engineering

 

Description:

"The primary objective of the computational and applied mathematics (CAM) program is to provide a degree where students integrate their interest and ability in mathematics with a complementary interest in an applied discipline. Another important objective of the CAM program is to prepare students for a career or graduate school by combining the CNU liberal learning curriculum with a rigorous mathematics core and a substantive investigation into their chosen application field."

- CNU Undergraduate Catalog

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:

  • Applied Mathematics
  • Computer Skills
  • Critical Thinking
  • Data Analysis/Interpretation
  • Organizational Skills
  • Problem Solving
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