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Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics

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I. General Education Requirements

Minimum 42 units and 12 courses, including:

PACS 001 Pacific Seminar I: What Is a Good Society?

PACS 002 Pacific II Topical Seminar

PACS 003 Pacific Seminar III: The Ethics of Family, Work, and Citizenship

Note: 1) Pacific Seminars cannot be taken for Pass/No Credit. 2) Transfer students with 16 or more transfer units complete 2 additional General Education elective courses from below in place of taking PACS 001 and 002.

One course from each subdivision below:

The Individual and Society

IA. Individual and Interpersonal Behavior

IB. U.S. Studies

IC. Global Studies

Human Heritage

IIA. Literature, Letters and Language

IIB. Fundamental Human Concerns

IIC. Practice and Perspective in the Visual and Performing Arts

Natural World and Formal Systems of Thought

IIIA. Life and Physical Laboratory Sciences

IIIB. Formal Systems of Thought

IIIC. Science, Technology, and Society

or a second Life and Physical Laboratory Science

Note: 1) A complete list of the courses that satisfy the subdivisions above can be found in the front General Education section of this catalog and the online course search. 2) No more than two courses from a discipline may be applied to meet the requirements of the general education program.

II. Fundamental Skills

Demonstrate competence in:

- Reading
- Writing
- Quantitative analysis

III. Breadth Requirement

Complete 64 units outside the primary discipline of the first major, regardless of the department who offers the course(s) in that discipline (Including general education courses, transfer courses, CPCE/EXTN units, internships, etc.).

IV. Major Requirements

Minimum 46 units and 13 courses, including:

MATH 051 Calculus I

MATH 053 Calculus II

MATH 055 Calculus III

MATH 075 Introduction to Linear Algebra

MATH 145 Applied Linear Algebra

COMP 051 Introduction to Computer Science

One of the following courses:

Math 057 Applied Differential Equations I

Math 049 Introduction to Abstract Mathematics

Three of the following courses, at least two of which are numbered 100 or higher (minimum three units per course):

MATH 037 Introduction to Statistics and Probability

MATH 039 Probability with Applications to Statistics

MATH 072 Operations Research Models

MATH 074 Discrete and Combinatorial Mathematics

MATH 110 Numerical Analysis

MATH 121 Financial Mathematics I

MATH 122 Financial Mathematics II

MATH 130 Topics in Applied Statistics

MATH 131 Probability and Mathematical Statistics I

MATH 132 Probability and Mathematical Statistics II

MATH 148 Cryptography

MATH 152 Applied Analysis

MATH 157 Applied Differential Equations II: PDES

MATH 174 Graph Theory

MATH 193 Special Topics

Note: 1) Electives are to be chosen in consultation of a major advisor. 2) One elective

may be chosen from the following experiences: independent study, undergraduate

research, internship, and practicum.

Choose either 1 or 2, 8‚Äì12 units

Three mathematically oriented courses from one or several of the mathematical sciences (e.g., Physics, Chemistry, Engineering, Computer Science, Economics, Management Sciences, or other fields), chosen from a list of approved courses available in the mathematics department. In most cases, this requirement would be fulfilled by courses required for the degree programs mentioned, with suitable electives.

Two mathematically oriented courses from one of the several mathematical sciences, as described in (A), plus 1 additional Math elective (at least 3 units) numbered MATH 049 or higher (excluding MATH 161, 162, and 166).