Our mathematics program offers opportunities for you to refine your knowledge and use of mathematics content, communication and teamwork, mathematical reasoning and problem solving, and technology. Courses are intended to give you a competitive edge when you enter the job market.

Students must complete a minimum of 120 units with a Pacific cumulative and major/program grade point average of 2.0 in order to earn the bachelor of science degree with a major in applied mathematics.

### I. General Education Requirements

For more details, see General Education

Minimum 28 units and 9 courses that include:

#### A. CORE Seminars (2 courses)

CORE 001 | Problem Solving & Oral Comm | 3 |

CORE 002 | Writing and Critical Thinking | 4 |

* Note: 1)* CORE Seminars cannot be taken for Pass/No Credit.

*Transfer students with 28 or more transfer credits taken after high school are exempt from both CORE seminars. Students participating in the First Year Honors Program should complete an honors section of CORE 001 regardless of the number of college transfer units completed.*

**2)**#### B. Breadth Requirement (7 courses, at least 3 units each)

At least one course from each of the following areas: | ||

Artistic Process & Creation |
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Civic & Global Responsibility |
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Language & Narratives |
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Quantitative Reasoning |
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Scientific Inquiry |
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Social Inquiry |
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World Perspectives & Ethics |

* Note: 1)* No more than 2 courses from a single discipline can be used to meet the Breadth Requirement.

#### C. Diversity and Inclusion Requirement

All students must complete Diversity and Inclusion coursework (at least 3 units) |

* Note: 1)* Diversity and Inclusion courses can also be used to meet the breadth category requirements, or major or minor requirements.

#### D. Fundamental Skills

Students must demonstrate competence in: | ||

Writing |
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Quantitative Analysis (Math) |

* Note: 1)* Failure to satisfy the fundamental skills requirements by the end of four semesters of full-time study at the University is grounds for academic disqualification.

### II. Breadth Requirement

Students complete 60 units outside the primary discipline of the first major, regardless of the department who offers the course(s) in that discipline. (This includes general education courses, transfer courses, CPCE/EXTN units, internships, etc.)

### III. Major Requirements

Minimum 46 units and 13 courses that include:

MATH 051 | Calculus I | 4 |

MATH 053 | Calculus II | 4 |

MATH 055 | Calculus III | 4 |

MATH 075 | Introduction to Linear Algebra | 4 |

MATH 145 | Applied Linear Algebra | 4 |

COMP 051 | Introduction to Computer Science | 4 |

or COMP 061 | Introduction to Programming for Data Science | |

Select one of the following: | 4 | |

Introduction to Abstract Mathematics | ||

Applied Differential Equations I: ODEs | ||

Select three of the following (minimum 3 units per course): | 9-12 | |

Introduction to Statistics and Probability | ||

Introduction to Abstract Mathematics | ||

Applied Differential Equations I: ODEs | ||

Operations Research Models | ||

Discrete and Combinatorial Mathematics | ||

Numerical Analysis | ||

Financial Mathematics I | ||

Financial Mathematics II | ||

Topics in Applied Statistics | ||

Probability and Mathematical Statistics I | ||

Probability and Mathematical Statistics II | ||

Topics in Applied Statistics II | ||

Cryptography | ||

Vector Analysis | ||

Applied Differential Equations II | ||

Graph Theory | ||

MATH 193 Special Topics (to be approved by advisor) |
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Three further electives chosen from a list of approved courses available in the mathematics department or math electives numbered MATH 049 or higher (excluding MATH 161, MATH 162, and MATH 166.) At most one elective may be numbered lower than 100. | 9-12 |

**Note:** **1)** Electives are to be chosen in consultation of a major advisor. **2) **At most one elective may be numbered lower than 110.** 3)** One elective may be chosen from the following experiences: independent study, undergraduate research, internship, and practicum.