Undergraduate Research Opportunities
Students interested in independent study (AMATH 499) or project/thesis (AMATH 498) with a faculty member will want to seek out faculty whose research area is appealing to their own interests. To check out further research opportunities, please explore the linked resources below:
- Undergraduate Research Program
- Research Experiences for Undergrads (REUs)
- Summer Research at UW
- Women in Applied Mathematics Mentorship Program (WAMM)
- UW Student Guide
- Student Financial Aid
- UW Office of the University Registrar Forms for Students
- Applying to the UW Graduate School
- Disability Resources for Students
- Husky Health & Well Being
- Undergraduate Housing
Double Major Policy
Students in the Amath major may not double major with any pathway of Applied and Computational Mathematical Sciences (ACMS). Students in the Amath major may not double major with the CFRM Major. Any other double major or double degree is acceptable, provided students follow University restrictions.
Minor/Major Overlap Policy
AMATH majors: May complete the CFRM minor but CFRM courses cannot be counted toward both major and minor. To earn the CFRM minor, students would need to take the 15 credits of the CFRM sequence (405, 410, 415, 420, 425) in addition to the 55 required credits from the AMATH major.
Per UW policy (under Rules and Regulations): You may not complete a major and a minor in the same program at the same time. Once you complete a major, you may not ever earn a minor in that program.
While the University has general regulations governing scholastic eligibility for continuation, the majors in Applied Mathematics and Computational Finance and Risk Management have adopted additional requirements in order to make the best use of the limited facilities and resources available and to provide reasonable assurance of academic success. The following criteria and procedures will be applied to all undergraduate students for determining continuance in the program:
- Students must take AMATH and/or CFRM required courses such that they are able to graduate within the limits dictated by the University's Satisfactory Progress Policy.
- Students must successfully complete at least two AMATH or CFRM classes every four consecutive quarters (including summer).
- Students must earn a minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA across all AMATH and CFRM courses taken.
- Lack of academic progress may be evidenced by low scholarship, excessive course repeats, course drops or University withdrawals.
Review and notification of progress
Applied Mathematics Advising will review the progress of all students in the major at the end of each quarter. If progress is found unsatisfactory, the student will be notified in writing of their status for the upcoming quarter:
- Warning: Students will be emailed a warning letter by the department the first quarter they do not meet the program's satisfactory progress. A registration hold will be placed on the student account and not removed until the student acknowledges the warning letter. Students are encouraged to meet with academic advising to discuss any special circumstances. Academic advisers may be able to help with academic planning and/or discuss resources across campus.
- Probation: Students will be placed on academic probation if the problem is not remedied after the end of the warning quarter. A registration hold will be placed on the student account and not removed until the student completes an academic advising meeting. The goal of this meeting is to address concerns about academic progress and assist the student with locating campus resources. Students making appropriate academic progress towards remedying their deficiencies will continue to remain on probation; students who are not will be evaluated for dismissal.
- Dismissal: Students on probation will be dismissed from the major if the student fails to meet one or more of the criteria of satisfactory progress. The student will be notified in writing of the change in program status, and will be coded as a pre-major or extended pre-major in the College of Arts & Sciences.
The student facing dismissal may appeal the dismissal to the department in writing, stating all available evidence on their behalf and requesting that the academic probation be continued for another quarter. In general, appeals to alter the student’s status without new evidence or information are unlikely to be approved. The student must submit this letter within one week after the letter of dismissal is issued.