Sep 21, 2019  
2019-2020 Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Catalog

Mathematics B.S. Pure Mathematics Emphasis - 120 units


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Summary of Units:

Lower Division Major Requirements 31-33
Upper Division Major Requirements 18
Upper Division Major Electives Requirements 9
Emphasis Requirements 12
Additional General Education  and other Graduation Requirements   48-50
Total Units 120

Lower Division Requirements - 31-33 units


Student must obtain a grade of C- or better in each of these courses to apply them to the Math Major.

Complete one from the following:


Note: other Computer Science courses may be substituted with approval of the major advisor.

Complete one from the following:


Note: other Computer Science courses may be substituted with approval of the major advisor.

Upper Division Elective Requirements - 9 units


Note:

  1. Courses used for the emphasis cannot be counted as electives.
  2. Students planning on teaching math must choose MATH 492 for their field experience requirement. Other courses recommended tor teaching careers are marked with a “T”.
  3. Other upper diviision Computer Science or Physics courses may be sutstituted with approval of the Mathematics major advisor.

Emphasis in Pure Mathematics - 12 units


An emphasis is required for completion of the B.S. in Mathematics. In order to plan their electives, students should choose their emphasis by the end of their sophomore year. Creating an individualized emphasis is possible with approval of the Major Advisor.

Additional General Education and other Graduation Requirements


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

  • Additional lower division GE Area A-E requirements not met within major
  • American Institutions Requirement
  • Language Requirement (C- or better grade)
  • Multicultural Perspectives (MP) Mission Pillar Requirement
  • Nine units of Upper Division General Education (UDGE) courses, one each in Areas UDGE-B, UDGE-C, and UDGE-D
  • Free electives as needed to meet minimum units for graduation

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