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2015-2016 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Mathematics B.S. - 120 units


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Summary of Units:

Lower Division Major Requirements 34-37
Upper Division Major Requirements 20
Upper Division Major Electives Requirement 9-13
Concentration Requirements 6-10
Additional General Education  and other Graduation Requirements   40-51
Total Units 120

Select one of the following:


Select an additional Computer Science course:


Concentration - 6-10 units


A concentration is required for completion of the B.S. in Mathematics.  By the end of their sophomore year, in order to plan their electives, students should decide on one of the following concentrations:
An individualized concentration is possible upon approval of the mathematics advisor.

Actuarial Sciences/Economics - 9 units


Cognitive Science - 9 units


Computer Science - 9 units


Students selecting this concentration should take COMP 150  and COMP 151  for the computer science requirements.

Imaging - 6 units


Students selecting this concentration should take PHYS 200  and PHYS 201  (8) as the science sequence.

Physics - 6 units


Students selecting this concentration should take PHYS 200  and PHYS 201  (8) as the science sequence.

Pure Mathematics - 9 units


Additional General Education and other Graduation Requirements - 40-51 units


To graduate, students must complete 120 units minimum (40 units must be upper division) including all General Education  (GE) and Graduation Requirements  .  The following areas must be included:

  • Additional Lower Division A-E (GE) Requirements not met within the major
  • Nine units of Upper Division Upper Division Interdisciplinary GE (UDIGE), courses are numbered 330-349 and 430-449. Six units may be within the major, 3 units must be outside the major (C or better grade).
  • Multicultural Requirement (C or better grade)
  • Language Requirement (C or better grade)
  • American Institutions Requirement
  • Free electives as needed to meet minimum units for graduation

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