Department of Mathematics

This undergraduate track
should be of
interest to mathematically inclined students also interested in
Biology. The
track provides preparation for graduate work in computational biology
or
bioinformatics. This is a major
that can include the basic pre
med
advising. It is part of
the interdisciplinary offerings in the department of Mathematics; there
are
currently Master’s and PhD programs in Biomedical Mathematics that are
closely
related to this undergraduate major.

- core
mathematics (20 hrs):
- MAC
2311 Calculus I (4)
- MAC
2312 Calculus II (4)
- MAP
2302 Ordinary Differential Equations (3)
- MAC
2313 Calculus III (5)
- MAS
3105 Applied Linear Algebra I (4)
- programming
and statistics (6 hrs)
- COP
3014 Programming I (or better) (3)
- STA
4321 Introduction to Mathematical Statistics (3)
- biomathematics
(4 hrs)
- MAP
4481 Math Modeling in Biology (3) (offered in Spring semester)
- MAT
2480 BioCalculus Lab (1)
(prerequisite Calculus I, MAC 2311)
- collateral
courses (at least 22 hrs):
- CHM
1045 & L General Chemistry I and Lab (4)
- BSC
2010 & L Biological Science I and Lab
(4) (prereq. CHM 1045)
- BSC
2011 Biological Science II (3)
- PHY
2048C General Physics A with Lab (5)

recommended: PHY 2048C and PHY 2049C (10) - PCB
3063 Genetics (3) (prerequisite CHM 1046
General Chemistry II)

or BSC 4933 Bioinformatics (3) -
4000 level mathematics electives (6 hrs) from at least two of the areas:
Algebra (MAS4302, MAS4203, MAS4303); Complex Analysis (MAA4402); Differential Equations (MAP4216); Game Theory (MAP4180); Geometry (MTG4212); Logic (MHF 4302); Linear Algebra(MAS4106); Modeling (MAP4103); Optimization (MAP4202); PDE (MAP4341, MAP4342); Real Analysis (MAA4224, MAA4226, MAA4227); Topology (MTG4302); Vector Calculus (MAP4153)
- collateral
biology or chemistry (above minimum requirement above)

or upper division mathematics hours (9)

For
details on courses and prerequisites, see the
FSU General Bulletin: Biology, Chemistry,
Computer
Science, Mathematics,
Physics,
Statistics

Note:
MAP 3305/3306 Engineering Mathematics
I and II can substitute for Ordinary
Differential Equations and Applied Linear Algebra

Total:
67 hours (or more).

MAA
4226 Advanced
Calculus I

MAP
4341 Elementary
Partial Differential Equations I

MAA
4402 Complex
Variables

MTG
4302 Elementary
Topology

MAP
4202
Optimization

MAA
4224
Introduction to Analysis

see FSU
General
Bulletin, Mathematics for other courses

organic chemistry or biochemistry as required as a pre med

other approved upper level biology or biochemistry

The Student
Affairs
coordinator in the Department of Mathematics can answer questions on
these
requirements and is available to give advice and to help students with
problems. Call 644-5868.

- Richard
Bertram
- Nick
Cogan
- Monica Hurdal
- Harsh Jain
- Washington
Mio

- Mike
Mesterton-Gibbons