You have confessed to being a math lover, a problem solver who enjoys the process of arriving at the answer. Your talent for solving problems has made you eager to more deeply understand the connection between mathematics, today’s technology, and scientific examination. You hope to contribute to the evolution of scientific thought from the perspective of mathematics.
Learning math theory is imperative, but you will need more to satisfy your desire to design new algorithms with real-world applications. You recognize the possibility that you could develop new theories of your own.
The B.S. in Computational Mathematics program at Embry-Riddle is designed to provide a foundation that meets the significant demands of technology in which constructing equations and algorithms for analysis, projection, and simulation is essential.
Bachelor of Science in Computational Mathematics
Studying at ERAU’s Daytona Beach Campus provides the opportunity to participate in hands-on learning experiences, like those afforded in our new Nonlinear Waves Laboratories, where you can perform 3D simulations and visualize results.
As a Computational Mathematics student at ERAU, you’ll benefit from small classes with experienced faculty who are mathematicians with expertise in the aviation and aerospace industries.
Our unique program integrates mathematical modeling, computing, and visualization to solve complex problems that arise in the physical, natural, and behavioral sciences, as well as engineering.
You can explore mathematical application areas suited specifically to your own interests and career goals, enabling you to customize your area of concentration. And upon graduation, you’ll emerge ready to pursue advanced study or begin your career.
Many students elect Computational Mathematics to complement another major field of study, offering broader opportunities and a greater degree of understanding of how this critical component impacts the sciences and engineering.
ERAU is home to the Mathematics Assistance To Reach Individual eXcellence (MATRIX) Lab, which supports student success through tutoring and supplemental instruction.
As a student, you will have the opportunity to be a member of the Student Chapter of the Mathematical Association of America and the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM).
The B.S. in Computational Mathematics can prepare you for a broad range of careers, including weather forecasting, business and finance, the sciences, and applications in medicine. ERAU graduates are well-versed in applied mathematics, computer science, and scientific application.
Computational Mathematics graduates are in-demand candidates for careers in the following professions and with the following industry leaders: