The Minor in Applied Computational Science requires five courses and a capstone experience. To satisfy the minor the classes must be completed with a grade of C or above.
 Preparation courses (2 Classes)
Students must take classes from the lists below, or classes in the same discipline that have the listed classes as prerequisites. Prematriculation credits may not be used to satisfy these requirements

Physical and Natural Science students: Comp 11 AND Comp 15
 Computer Science Students: Two classes from:
 Astronomy 31, Astronomy 32
 Bio 13, Bio 14.
 Chem 1, Chem 2, Chem 11, Chem 12.
 EOS 1, EOS 2, EOS 5, EOS 51
 Physics 11, Physics 12

Mathematics Students and all other majors: COMP 15 is required from category A) and at least one course is required from category B).
 Probability and Statistics: One class from the list below.
 Bio 132 Biostatistics
 Bio 133 Ecological Models and Data
 Math 161 Probability
 Math 162 Statistics
 Physics 016 Special Topics: Probability and statistics for Physicists
 Options: Two classes from the list below:
 Astronomy 121 Galactic astronomy
 Astronomy 122 Extragalactic astronomy
 Astronomy 016 Special Topics: Astrophysics Laboratory (Required Project)
 Bio 121 (Cross listed with Math 121) Mathematical Neuroscience
 Comp 126 (Cross listed with Math 126) Numerical Analysis
 Comp 128 (Cross listed with Math 128) Numerical Linear Algebra
 Comp 136 Statistical Pattern Recognition
 EOS 104 Geological Applications of GIS
 Math 87 Mathematical Modeling (Required project)
 Math 121 (Cross listed with Bio 121) Mathematical Neuroscience
 Math 123, Mathematical Aspects of Data Analysis
 Math 126 (Cross listed with Comp 126) Numerical Analysis
 Math 128 (Cross listed with Comp 128) Numerical Linear Algebra
 Math 150, Optimization
 Physics 016 Special Topics: Computational Physics (Required Project)
 Capstone: The Capstone requirement can be satisfied by one of the following:
 Senior thesis: The thesis can satisfy the capstone project requirement, but the senior thesis class cannot count towards the five credits required for the minor.
 Class project in an approved list of courses from option 2, with a grade of C or above
 Research evaluated by a presentation.
