**Revised, Aug. 15/05
**

**Certificate in Applied and Computational
Mathematic**s

** OBJECTIVES.
** This program is concerned with the development
of the core mathematical and computational skills required in science,
government and industry. Areas of
application include everything from mathematical modeling to operations
research to cryptography to software development.

** REQUIREMENTS.** A Faculty of Science Certificate in Applied
and Computational Mathematics will be awarded to a student who meets the
following requirements:

1. Completion of the 20 credit Major or Honours
program in Mathematics or an equivalent program (e.g. a Double Major or combined
Honours program in Mathematics and Computer Science, or Mathematics and Statistics,
etc.).

2. Completion of the following mathematics
classes

Calculus: MATH 1000, MATH 1010, MATH 2001, MATH 2002

Linear Algebra: MATH 2030, MATH 2040

Discrete Mathematics and Numerical
Analysis: MATH/CSCI 2112, MATH 2400

3. Completion of at least three classes from
the following list

Differential Equations: MATH 3110,
MATH 3120, MATH 3260

Numerical Analysis: MATH 3170, MATH 3210

Optimization: MATH 3300, MATH 3310

4. Completion of at least two classes from:

Differential Equations: MATH 4220,
MATH 4230

Continuous Optimization and
Control: MATH 4300, MATH 4310

Math in Industry: MATH 4400

Discrete Optimization and Networks:
MATH 4320, MATH 4330

Numerical
Analysis: MATH 4270, MATH 4285

Cryptography: MATH 4116

__ADDITIONAL RECOMMENDED (BUT
NOT REQUIRED) COURSES____:__

MATH 2300

STAT 2060, STAT 2080

** NOTE:** The Certificate in Applied
and Computational Mathematics (CACM) is
only available to those currently
registered at

To register your intent to complete the requirements
for the Certificate in Applied and Computational Mathematics, please contact:
Professor Jeannette Janssen (janssen@mathstat.dal.ca).

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