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BA Applied Mathematics

 Course Level
Bachelors / UG
 Type
Full Time

 Duration
3 Years
 Start month
September

 Tuition fee

International
34278 USD
National
11839 USD

Application fee

International 80 USD
National 70 USD
Department
Arts and Sciences
Scores accepted
IELTS (min)7
TOEFL-IBT (min)92
TOEFL-PBT (min)580
SAT (avg)1290
ACT (avg)25
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About this course

Applied mathematics is concerned with mathematical modeling and analysis of problems from the physical, biological, and social sciences, and from engineering.

Mathematics is both a science and an art. Like any great art, mathematics has an intrinsic beauty and coherence that has attracted practitioners for centuries. Yet, unlike other arts, mathematics is a surprisingly effective tool for describing the natural world. Indeed, mathematics has come to serve as the foundation of modern science, through its language and results.

Some mathematical results were initially developed in order to solve internally generated mathematical problems and only later found application in other disciplines; other mathematical results were inspired by the needs of these other disciplines. The two facets of mathematics -- tool of science and subject of inquiry for its own sake have come to be interwoven into a complex fabric.

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Eligibility Criteria

  • Minimum Course Requirements: MATH 124, MATH 125, MATH 126 (or MATH 134, MATH 135, MATH 136), with a minimum 2.0 grade in each of these calculus courses and an overall minimum 2.50 GPA in all mathematics courses.
  • Determining Factors: Each application is evaluated by a subcommittee of the Undergraduate Program Committee. Factors considered include performance in all mathematics courses as measured by GPA, difficulty of all mathematics courses completed, frequency of incompletes or withdrawal grades, number of repeated courses, amount and type of AP credit (i.e., AB vs. BC), relevant work and life experience, and record of honors.

English Proficiency

International freshman and transfer students must submit English proficiency test scores — from an exam taken on or before the published deadline — that meet the University of Washington’s minimum requirement for admission.

English Proficiency Requirement
International students must submit English proficiency test scores that meet the minimum requirement for admission at the Seattle campus of the University of Washington. Exams must be taken on or before the published deadline. Official TOEFL or IELTS scores must be sent directly to the UW from the testing agency.

The most competitive applicants will demonstrate a higher level of English proficiency and have test scores that exempt them from enrolling in the UW's Academic English Program (92 TOEFL iBT, 580 paper-based TOEFL, or 7.0 IELTS).

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Course Modules

Major Requirements

Standard Option (51 credits)

  • MATH 124, MATH 125, MATH 126, MATH 307, MATH 308 (or MATH 134, MATH 135, and MATH 136); MATH 300; MATH 324; and 8 courses numbered 301 or higher from an approved list of electives. See adviser for approved list.
  • A minimum 2.0 grade in all courses presented to satisfy the mathematics major requirements. A minimum 2.00 cumulative GPA or higher in all mathematics courses at the University, including course repeats
  • At least 18 credits of graded mathematics courses numbered 300 or higher must be taken in residence through the UW

Philosophy Option (58 credits)

  • MATH 124, MATH 125, MATH 126, MATH 308 (or MATH 134, MATH 135, and MATH 136); MATH 300; MATH 327; MATH 328; five additional mathematics courses at the 300 or 400 level, including at least one two-quarter sequence at the 400 level other than MATH 407, MATH 408, MATH 409, or MATH 421, MATH 422
  • PHIL 120 or an upper-level course in logic; PHIL 100, PHIL 160, or PHIL 240; one philosophy course at the 300 level; one philosophy course at the 400 level
  • A minimum 2.0 grade in all courses presented to satisfy the mathematics major requirements. A minimum 2.00 cumulative GPA or higher in all mathematics courses at the University, including course repeats.
  • At least 18 credits of graded mathematics courses numbered 300 or higher taken in residence through the UW.

Teacher Preparation Option (52-59 credits)

  • MATH 124, MATH 125, MATH 126, MATH 307, MATH 308 (or MATH 134, MATH 135, and MATH 136); MATH 300; MATH 394, MATH 411, MATH 412, MATH 444, MATH 445; either STAT 311, MATH 390/STAT 390; or Q SCI 381; 15 credits of approved electives at the 300 level in MATH, AMATH, or STAT, or PHYS 407, PHYS 408, and PHYS 409. At least 6 credits of electives must be from the Mathematics Department.
  • A minimum 2.0 grade in all courses presented to satisfy the mathematics major requirements. A minimum 2.50 cumulative GPA or higher in all mathematics courses at the University, including course repeats.
  • At least 18 credits of graded mathematics courses numbered 300 or higher taken in residence through the UW

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How to Apply

Freshman:

Gathering these documents and materials before you start will help the application go more smoothly.

  • Your Social Security Number (SSN)
  • If you have ever attended the UW, your UW Student Number
  • Other legal names you have used on school transcripts or test scores
  • If you believe you are a Washington resident, information about how long you have lived in the state
  • You will need the visa type and the long number.
  • Personal information and educational background about one or more of yourparents/guardians
  • Unofficial copy of your high school transcript
  • Senior-year class schedule for the first and second semesters
  • Test score results for ACT or SAT you have already taken
  • Dates of ACT or SAT you plan to take
  • Copies of school records to accurately record dates of attendance
  • A strong desire to tell your story
  • If you’re paying the application fee: U.S. checking account info or a credit card. (If you’re applying for a fee waiver: no problem, you'll get more information later)

The entire application, including the essays and short narrative of activities, is important in the individualized application review. We encourage you to use the application to share with the University who you are and what is important to you. Put your best foot forward and never stop preparing for your transition to college-level studies.

International Students:

The UW accepts international undergraduate applications for either summer or autumn quarters. Admission requirements and standards are exactly the same for either autumn or summer quarter. Admission to the Seattle campus of the UW is competitive for international students seeking a bachelor’s degree at the UW. In selecting students, international freshmen and transfer applicants are reviewed to determine which students demonstrate the strongest overall academic background and have meet all minimum admission requirements.

In selecting students for admission to the UW, the Office of Admissions does not base the decision solely on the applicant’s academic record or test scores. While these factors are important, they tell only part of an applicant’s story. The UW uses an individualized application review that takes into account a student’s overall academic record and test scores, but also considers many aspects of an applicant’s academic achievements and personal history.

In addition to the minimum admission requirements and a student’s overall academic record, the University also considers the rigor of a student’s curriculum, the education system where the student has studied, the student’s most recent coursework, test scores, community service and leadership, personal achievements, educational goals, academic preparation, special talents, and a student’s personal background as shown by a thoughtful, well-written personal statement.

The entire application, including the essays, is important in the individualized application review.

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