The Applied Mathematics Interdisciplinary Minor at Davidson
The applied mathematics interdisciplinary minor offers an introduction to the process of modeling natural or social phenomena by mathematical systems.
The goal of the interdisciplinary minor is to foster skills in the development of an appropriate variety of mathematical tools, to acquire an appreciation for the limitations of a given mathematical model and for modeling as a dynamic process, and to experience this process within a specific domain of application. The interdisciplinary minor has two tracks, the natural science emphasis and the social science emphasis. Either track is open to all students, regardless of major.
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