20192020 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]
Mathematics Major


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Program Learning Outcomes
Students will:  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
Major Requirements (50 units)
All courses require a ‘C’ or better Required Courses (20 units)
Upper Division Courses (26 units)
Applied Elective (4 units)
Complete one of the following: Classical Elective (4 units)
Complete one of the following: Modern Algebra and Real Analysis (2 courses, 8 units)
Upper Division Electives  (8 units)
*With prior approval of the Mathematics Department, two of these may be courses having significant mathematical content from other departments.
Math Colloquium (1 unit, must take twice)
Computational Course (4 units)
Complete one of the following: Recommendations
 The department strongly recommends taking PHYS 110 PHYS 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.

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