The Program in Applied and Computational Mathematics will host its first "Sophomore Open House" on Thursday, March 30th from 3:30pm - 5:00pm in 216 Fine Hall/Grad Student lounge. Every A.B. department and some certificate programs hold open houses in March and April and a full schedule of these events can be found at the Office of the Dean of the College's website. https://odoc.princeton.edu/advising/choosing-major
Students considering the PACM Undergraduate certificate program can learn more about the program, ask questions from current Junior and Senior certificate students, enjoy a snack, and take home a PACM giveaway.
At Princeton, the Program in Applied and Computational Mathematics offers a small group of undergraduate students the unique opportunity to learn to perform accurate and controlled numerical studies and, perhaps most important, exposes them to the philosophy and tools of interdisciplinary applied mathematics in a very personal and individualized manner. Students who complete the prescribed requirements are awarded a certificate in Applied and Computational Mathematics. Recently a new option has become available to undergraduate math majors who intend to pursue the PACM certificate, the applied math track.
If you cannot attend the Open House, but are interested in learning more about the program, please contact Professor Paul Seymour at firstname.lastname@example.org.