Department of Engineering & Society



Applied mathematics is a branch of mathematics that deals with mathematical methods that find use in science, engineering, business, computer science, and industry. Applied math is a combination of mathematical science and specialized knowledge. It is used to describe and solve practical problems by formulating and studying mathematical models. In the past, practical applications have motivated the development of mathematical theories, which then became the subject of study in pure mathematics where abstract concepts are studied for their own sake. The activity of applied mathematics is thus intimately connected with research in pure mathematics.


Monika Abramenko, Applied Math
Bernard Fulgham, Applied Math
Gianluca Guadagni, Applied Math
James Lark, Applied Math
Hui Ma, Applied Math
Manouchehr Mohajeri, Applied Math
Diana Morris, Applied Math
Stacie Pisano, Applied Math
Eduardo Socolovsky, Applied Math
Daria Snider, Applied Math
Julia Spencer, Applied Math


Applied Math Workshop

The APMA workshop is run by a team of graduate teaching assistants, and It is located in Thornton A238 on Mon-Thurs (typically 2:00 – 8:00 pm, but please check the schedule for specifics). Be sure to get help early because the workshop can become extremely crowded right before quizzes and tests. Please see the Upper & Lower level schedules for specific details because each course has a different tutoring schedule:

Tutoring is also offered to students through various organizations.

Undergraduate Program Office
Offers Academic Enrichment (peer sessions) for many subjects, including APMA. Please see the Undergraduate Resource website to learn the drop in and on demand schedule. Students may request a tutor for any course not listed through Barbara Dudley (

Eta Kappa Nu
The Electrical Engineering Honor Society offers free tutoring in many APMA, CS, ECE, and PHYS courses for all SEAS students. Please view their schedule for more information: Tutoring Schedule [needs update]

Crunch Time Reviews

Crunch Time Reviews is on hiatus as the students work on a refresh of the program.
You can always use the videos in the gallery here: Crunch Time Reviews Site.

WeBWorK Tutorial

The WeBWorK Tutorial is currently in development.

External Online Resources

Many students find sites like Khan Academy and Patrick JMT very helpful. If you have other favorite sites that help you learn and understand math, please let us know!

Resources by Course

The information contained on this website is for informational purposes only. The Undergraduate Record and Graduate Record represent the official repository for academic program requirements. These publications may be found at

APMA 1090: Single Variable Calculus I

APMA 1110: Single Variable Calculus II:

APMA 2120: Multivariable Calculus

APMA 2130: Ordinary Differential Equations

APMA 3080: Linear Algebra

APMA 3100: Probability

APMA 3110: Applied Statistics and Probability

APMA 3120: Statistics

APMA 3140: Applied Partial Differential Equations

APMA Minor

A minor in Applied Mathematics for undergraduate students consists of five courses at the 3000 level or above, selected with the approval of the Director of Applied Mathematics. These courses must include at least two courses from APMA 3080, 3100, and 3140.

Courses may be selected from APMA offerings as well as offerings in MATH and/or STAT in the College of Arts and Sciences, if they are not substantial duplicates of Engineering School courses already taken.

You can download the minor declaration form here.

Grader Opportunities

Undergraduate students who are interested in working as a grader for an APMA (Applied Mathematics) course next academic semester should fill out the following form: APMA Grader Application.

Once completed, please email your application to Cathy Willis ( with the following subject: APMA Grader Application. Without the correct subject heading, your email may be filtered as spam.

Applications for Spring 2017 grading positions will be accepted until:

5:00 pm on Friday, January 13th. No exceptions.

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