Major in Mathematics
Program Learning Outcomes
- think logically and analyze information critically in a mathematical setting
- reformulate and solve problems in an abstract framework
- express mathematical results verbally, working individually and in collaborative groups
- use appropriate technology to facilitate an understanding of mathematical concepts, but without substituting technology for mathematical thought
- MATH 109 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I
- MATH 110 Calculus and Analytic Geometry II
- MATH 211 Calculus and Analytic Geometry III
- MATH 230 Linear Algebra
- MATH 235 Introduction to Formal Methods
Applied Mathematics (1 course)
- MATH 340 Differential Equations
- MATH 345 Mathematical Modeling
- MATH 370 Probability and Statistics
- MATH 422 Combinatorics
Classical Mathematics (1 course)
- MATH 301 Problem-Solving Seminar
- MATH 310 History of Mathematics
- MATH 314 Mathematical Circles (SL)
- MATH 355 Complex Analysis
- MATH 367 Number Theory
- MATH 380 Foundations of Geometry
- MATH 482 Differential Geometry
- MATH 485 Topology
1 of the following:
- MATH 435 Modern Algebra
- MATH 453 Real Analysis
300 or higher (3 courses)
- With prior approval of the Mathematics Department, two of these may be courses having significant mathematical content from other departments.
- All Math Majors must take Math 350 two times.
Computational Course (1 course)
- CS 110 Introduction to Computer Science I
- PHYS 301 Computational Physics
- The department strongly recommends taking Physics 110-210.
- Math majors whose native language is English must complete a foreign language requirement, either by completing the second semester of a foreign language course or by achieving a passing score on a language placement test.
- Note that 128 units are required for graduation.
A Mathematics Honors Major must satisfy these additional requirements of 2 additional upper division courses, including at least one 400 level course and:
- PHYS 110 General Physics I
- PHYS 210 General Physics II