The Department of Mathematics offers a full range of undergraduate mathematics courses to support all Embry-Riddle degree programs, including graduate courses in support of the Masters of Science in Space Physics and Aerospace Engineering programs. The department offers a Bachelor's degree in Computational Mathematics. In this degree, students will blend mathematical theory and computational techniques to address real problems arising in a variety of scientific disciplines. Some of these courses involve an expanded use of modeling and data visualization tools, to help students understand mathematical ideas in a scientific context. In addition, two minors are available: Applied Mathematics and Computational Mathematics.
For general information, please contact the Administrative Assistant. For questions about classes, please contact the Associate Chair.
- Embry Riddle to host Florida Undergraduate Mathematics Conference April 7
- Embry-Riddle will host the NSF-sponsored Undergraduate Mathematics Conference on Saturday, April 7
- Nonlinear Waves Laboratory Operational
- 2011-2012 Weekly Seminar series schedule
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