# Fluid Dynamics Option

## B.S. in Applied Mathematics: Fluid Dynamics Option

Required MATH courses:

MATH 425, Calculus I

MATH 426, Calculus II

*(statisfies the Quantitative Reasoning requirement for the Discovery Program)*MATH 426, Calculus II

MATH 445,
Mathematics and Applications with MATLAB

MATH 527*, Differential Equations with Linear Algebra

MATH 528*, Multidimensional Calculus

MATH 531, Mathematical Proof

MATH 527*, Differential Equations with Linear Algebra

MATH 528*, Multidimensional Calculus

MATH 531, Mathematical Proof

MATH 539, Intro. to Statistical Analysis

MATH 645*, Linear Algebra for Applications

MATH 645*, Linear Algebra for Applications

MATH 647, Complex Analysis for Applications

MATH 745, Fundamentals of Applied Mathematics I

MATH 753, Intro. to Numerical Methods I

MATH 797, Senior Seminar;

MATH 798, Senior Project, or

MATH 799, Senior Thesis,

*which satisfies the Capstone Experience requirement for the Discovery Program.*

**Note:* MATH 525-526, Linearity *may replace* MATH 527, MATH 528 *and* MATH 645.

Other required courses:

PHYS 407, General Physics I

PHYS 408, General Physics II

ME 503, Thermodynamics

ME 525, Mechanics I,

*or*CIE 525, Statics for Civil EngineersME 608, Fluid Dynamics

ME 627, Mechanics III

*Two of the following:*

ME 707, Analytic Fluid Dynamics

ME 709, Computational Fluid Dynamics

ME 712, Waves in Fluids

* *** Standards
for Graduation.** In
all courses used to satisfy
the
requirements for its major programs, the Department of Mathematics &
Statistics requires that a student earn a grade of C- or better and
have an
overall grade-point average of at least 2.00 in these courses.

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