4Six additional courses (18 credits) of AMS courses numbered 301 level and above (including 500-level courses). At most, two of the six courses can be counted from the following courses: AMS 475, AMS 476, AMS 487, non-AMS upper division mathematically oriented courses. Typical non- AMS upper division mathematically oriented courses are ECO 321, ECO 348, CSE designated courses numbered 302 and above (excluding 312), and MAT designated courses numbered 310 and above.
All degree candidates must demonstrate skill in written English at a level acceptable for Applied Mathematics and Statistics majors. AMS students must register for a course designated by the University as WRTD (e.g., AMS 300).
All courses taken to satisfy the above requirements must be taken for a letter grade and passed with a grade of C or higher.