# Mathematics B.S.

**Outcomes**

1. Students will demonstrate proficiency at formulating questions and use appropriate mathematical techniques to solve problems, both inside and outside mathematics.

2. Students will recognize the need for mathematical rigor, and competently analyze and produce rigorous mathematical arguments.

3. Students will seek out, understand, and clearly communicate mathematics with professional and non-professional audiences, using technologies as appropriate.

4. Students will be exposed to the major areas of mathematics with an emphasis on making connections between the disciplines.

## Curriculum

Must pass with a D- or better. Note: A course cannot be counted toward more than one core area, or toward both a core and a major requirement.### Recommended Schedule

A recommended course sequence for Mathematics B.S. is provided for students as guidance to complete their major in four years.

### Core Curriculum

#### English (3-8 credits)

Please see the English section of the College's Core Curriculum#### Study and Technology Skills (0-3 credits)

Please see the Study and Technology Skills section of the College's Core Curriculum#### Mathematics (4 credits)

MATH 181 | Calculus I | 4.00 |

#### Natural Sciences (8 credits; 1 of the following combinations)

BIOL 190 | Introduction to Cell and Molecular Biology | 4.00 |

BIOL 190A | Introduction to Cell and Molecular Biology Lecture | 3.00 |

BIOL 190L | Introduction to Cell and Molecular Biology Lab | 1.00 |

BIOL 191 | Introduction to Organismal Biology | 4.00 |

BIOL 191A | Introduction to Organismal Biology Lecture | 3.00 |

BIOL 191L | Introduction to Organismal Biology Lab | 1.00 |

or | ||

CHEM 121 | General Chemistry I | 4.00 |

CHEM 121A | General Chemistry I | 3.00 |

CHEM 121L | General Chemistry Laboratory I | 1.00 |

CHEM 122 | General Chemistry II | 4.00 |

CHEM 122A | General Chemistry II | 3.00 |

CHEM 122L | General Chemistry Laboratory II | 1.00 |

or | ||

PHYS 151 | General Physics I | 4.00 |

PHYS 151A | General Physics I - Lecture | 3.00 |

PHYS 151L | General Physics I Laboratory | 1.00 |

PHYS 152 | General Physics II | 4.00 |

PHYS 152A | General Physics II - Lecture | 3.00 |

PHYS 152L | General Physics II Laboratory | 1.00 |

Note: Students must complete BIOL 190 or BIOL 190A with BIOL 190L.

Students must complete BIOL 191 or BIOL 191A with BIOL 191L.

Students must complete CHEM 121 or CHEM 121A with CHEM 121L.

Students must complete CHEM 122 or CHEM 122A with CHEM 122L.

Students must complete PHYS 151 or PHYS 151A with PHYS 151L.

Students must complete PHYS 152 or PHYS 152A with PHYS 152L.

#### Fine Arts (3 credits, 1 course)

Please see the Fine Arts section of the College's Core Curriculum#### Constitution (3-6 credits)

Please see the Constitution section of the College's Core Curriculum#### Humanities (6 credits, 2 courses)

Please see the Humanities section of the College's Core Curriculum#### Social Sciences (3 credits, one course)

Please see the Social Sciences section of the College's Core Curriculum#### Cultural Diversity (3 credits, 1 course)

Please see the Cultural Diversity section of the College Core Curriculum### Major Requirements

Must pass courses in this section with a C- or better#### Math Courses (16 courses, 50 units)

Courses in this section must be completed with a C- or better.CS 135 | Computer Science I | 3.00 |

MATH 182 | Calculus II | 4.00 |

MATH 283 | Calculus III | 4.00 |

MATH 301 | Introduction to Proofs: Logic, Sets, and Functions | 3.00 |

MATH 330 | Linear Algebra I | 3.00 |

MATH 352 | Probability and Statistics | 3.00 |

MATH 427 | Differential Equations | 3.00 |

MATH 453 | Abstract Algebra | 3.00 |

MATH 457 | Introduction to Real Analysis I | 3.00 |

MATH 489 | Advanced Mathematical Topics | 3.00 |

#### Choose one of the following (3 credits)

Courses in this section must be completed with a C- or better.MATH 430 | Linear Algebra II | 3.00 |

MATH 454 | Abstract Algebra II | 3.00 |

MATH 458 | Introduction to Real Analysis II | 3.00 |

#### Upper Division Math-Related Electives (12 credits)

Students must take 12 additional units of MATH or STAT courses at the 300 or 400 level. Any combination of the following courses:

- Any 300+MATH or STAT course not counted in the required core.
- MATH 491 can be repeated for up to 3 units.

- School of Education Dual MATH/MATH Education Majors are required to take EDSC 453, MATH 381 and MATH 455.
- Admission into the School of Education is required for enrollment into EDSC 453.

Upper Division MATH or Upper Division STAT Electives (12) | 12.00 |

### Optional Concentrations

Optional concentrations are available in Mathematics Education and Statistics and Applied Mathematics. Please see their catalog pages for additional information.Summary of Credit Requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Mathematics

College Core Curriculum |
33-44 |

Major Requirements |
47 |

Electives | 29-40 |

Total Credits |
120 |