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Mathematics B.S. Mathematics Education Emphasis, for the AS-T (Transfer Model Curriculum) Degree Only - 120 units

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Summary of Units:

Lower Division Major Requirements 20
Upper Division Major Requirements 18
Upper Division Major Electives Requirements 9
Emphasis Requirements 12
General Education  and Graduation Requirements   61
Total Units 120

Lower Division Requirements - 20 units

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

Upper Division Electives Requirements - 9 units


  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 for teaching careers are marked with a “T”.
  3. Other upper division Computer Science or Physics courses may be substituted with approval of the Mathematics major advisor.

Mathematics Education Emphasis Requirements - 12 units

An emphasis is required for completion of the B.S. in Mathematics. In order to plan their electives, transfer students should choose their emphasis by the end of their first semester at CI. Creating an individualized emphasis is possible with approval of the Mathematics major advisor.

General Education and Graduation Requirements - B.S.

To graduate, students must complete a minimum of 120 units (27 units must be upper division), including the following General Education Requirements  (GE) and Graduation Requirements   not met within the major:

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