Applied Mathematics is an inherently interdisciplinary subject which applies to many problems that arise in the physical, life and social sciences as well as in engineering. Our undergraduate program offers a robust, flexible curriculum that meets the goals and interests of a wide variety of Brown students. Our four concentrations, including joint concentrations with Biology, Computer Science, and Economics, promote interdisciplinary collaboration and prepare our students for a broad range of potential career opportunities.
We offer four concentrations for undergraduates:
- Applied Mathematics (A.B. and Sc.B.)
- Applied Mathematics-Biology (Sc.B.)
- Applied Mathematics-Computer Science (Sc.B.)
- Applied Mathematics-Economics (A.B. and Sc.B.)
We offer a wide range of courses, and our faculty actively involves undergraduates in summer research projects. Visit our Concentrations page to learn more about requirements, curriculum pathways, advisors, and honors programs. If you have additional questions not covered by the website, contact the Director of Undergraduate Studies at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Applied Mathematics concentrations prepare students for a variety of careers. Our former students work in many different areas, including
- actuarial science and insurance companies
- banking, finance, and investment companies
- computer and software development
- consulting companies
- data analytics, and data science
- graduate study in applied mathematics, mathematics, economics, and operations research
- law and medical school
Applied mathematicians are often hired by companies who seek employees with strong analytical thinking and problem-solving skills: our courses and concentrations help you develop these skills. A list of positions that Brown Applied Math concentrators moved into after graduating can be found at the CareerLAB website.
For more details about applied mathematics, possible career paths, and our concentrations, contact the Director of Undergraduate Studies at email@example.com.