The Departments of Computer Science, Mathematics, and Statistics offer a BS in Computational and Applied Mathematics. The program is designed for students who intend to specialize in computational and/or applied mathematics, as well as students who want to acquire a strong quantitative background to be applied in such varied areas as physics, biological sciences, engineering, operations research, economics, and finance.
The University of Chicago Applied Math Club (UCAMC) is an undergraduate club which provides a platform for students interested in applications of mathematics and statistics, such as in economics (price theory and game theory), computer science (complexity theory and data science/machine learning), physics and biology. We hold meetings where professors and graduate students present on their work, and where corporations (e.g. hedge funds and cybersecurity firms) discuss the way they use mathematics. For more information please visit UCAMC.