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So I want to go into applied mathematics, I can either get a general math degree or an "applied and computational" degree. Does the degree title make a difference?

The general math degree I can graduate a term sooner with, the main differences in the courses is that for the applied and computational degree I take a numerical analysis sequence and don't get credit for some of the theoretical courses I took .

The general math degree I can graduate a term sooner with, the main differences in the courses is that for the applied and computational degree I take a numerical analysis sequence and don't get credit for some of the theoretical courses I took .

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