New York Tech Department of Mathematics offers a Bachelor of Science in Applied and Computational Mathematics with concentrations in Mathematical Modeling and Scientific Computation. The major offers a unique and modern selection of courses, integrating computational methods, mathematical models, and data science with a strong focus on developing practical, in-demand problem-solving skills.
Students armed with an undergraduate degree in Applied and Computational Math will become exceptionally strong candidates in graduate programs such as bioengineering, computer science, and data science. Those who choose to enter the job market directly after graduation will have cutting-edge expertise that will uniquely position them for a successful career. Watch a video of our 2020 Applied and Computational Mathematics Open House.
We also offer a 16-credit Mathematics Minor. Depending on your major, you may need only a few courses to strengthen your record with enhanced quantitative skills. The minor is particularly recommended for mechanical, electrical, computer science, and biomedical engineering majors.
Studying a non-technical field? Our courses will equip you with a basic understanding of algebra, trigonometry, and elements of calculus for application in your professional field of study. The Mathematics Resource Center, staffed entirely by regular mathematics faculty, is dedicated to your success in all required courses.
Join us for the Spring 2022 Math & Physics Joint Seminar Series, featuring exciting talks by our faculty and external partners on the topics of their research.
- February 25, 2022: Exascale Computing for High Energy Physics: The Portability Challenge
- April 1, 2022: Scissors Congruence
- April 22, 2022: Math Matters: The Dirac Equation and Antimatter