20172018 Academic Catalog [Archived Catalog]
Mathematics B.A./B.S.


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1. Complete University General Education Breadth Requirements for a baccalaureate degree.
(51 units minimum)
Click here to view General Education requirements . 2. Complete the following prerequisites to the major:
Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics
(21 units) Bachelor of Science in Mathematics
(24 units)
In addition to the requirements for the B.A., above, the B.S. also requires completion of the following: Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics with the Mathematics Subject Matter Preparation Program (SMPP)
(26 units)
In addition to the requirements for the B.A., above, the SMPP also requires completion of the following: 3. Complete the major of not less than 30 units for the desired program, as outlined below.
All courses which apply to the major must be completed with a grade of C or better. The Bachelor of Arts Major
(without the Mathematics Subject Matter Preparation Program)
(30 units) 1. Complete the following courses:
(18 units) 2. Complete two of the following courses:
(6 units) 3. Complete selected upperdivision courses
as approved by the major adviser so the total upperdivision units in mathematics is 30 (6 elective units) The Bachelor of Arts Major with Mathematics Subject Matter Preparation Program (SMPP)
(31 units) 1. Complete the following courses:
(28 units) 2. Complete one elective selected from the following:
(3 units) The Bachelor of Science Major
(30 units) 1. Complete the following courses:
(24 units) 2. Complete selected upperdivision courses
as approved by the major adviser so the total upperdivision units in mathematics is 30 (6 elective units) The following are strongly recommended for all mathematics majors:
1. Satisfy the university upperdivision writing proficiency requirement by completing:
2. Depending on the student’s interest and professional objectives
Complete one of the following sequences of courses outside the discipline of mathematics: 
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