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### Mathematics and Statistics Department

### BA - Mathematics

The BA - Mathematics is recommended for students who enjoy problem solving and would like to apply problem solving skills along with communication and analyzing skills in a future career. This degree also provides an excellent background for graduate work in mathematics and other disciplines including law and medicine as well as engineering and science.

33 upper division units of mathematics and computer science are required for this degree. If upper division requirements are satisfied using transferred lower division courses, then additional upper division math courses will need to be taken to obtain the required number of upper division units.

A grade of "C-" or better is required for courses being used to meet any requirement in this major, including courses in preparation for the major.

Course Requirements | ||||||

University Graduation Requirements | 47 | |||||

Core Lower Division General Education | 30 | |||||

Of the 39 units required by the university, 9 units may be satisfied by coursework outlined below. Courses that meet GE Areas A1, A2, A3 or B4 must be passed with a "C" or better to meet the requirement. Consult with major advisor for details. | ||||||

Note: Students who have completed the ADT Transfer Degree (under SB 1440) for this major will have completed all Lower Division GE Requirements and should follow the 60 unit guarantee roadmap. Meet with an advisor prior to registering for your first semester for the 60 unit roadmap or specific questions. | ||||||

Upper Division General Education | 9 | |||||

Of the 9 units required by the university, 0 units may be satisfied by coursework outlined below. Consult with major advisor for details. | ||||||

American Institutions | 6 | |||||

Coursework shown below for the 6 units required by the university are double counted within GE. Consult with major advisor for details. | ||||||

Complete one sequence from: | ||||||

Asian American Studies | 6 | |||||

AAS 033A. Asian Americans in the United States Historical and Political Process | M6 | 3 | ||||

AAS 033B. Asian Americans in the United States Historical and Political Process | M7 | 3 | ||||

U.S. History and Government | 6 | |||||

HIST 015A. Essentials of U.S. History | M12 | 3 | ||||

HIST 015B. Essentials of U.S. & California Government | M11 | 3 | ||||

Can be taken as POLS 015 A/B as well. | ||||||

Mexican American Studies | 6 | |||||

MAS 010A. Mexican Americans and the Development of U.S. History and Government | M6 | 3 | ||||

MAS 010B. Mexican Americans and the Development of U.S. History and Government | M7 | 3 | ||||

Physical Education | 2 | |||||

Graduation Writing Assessment Requirement | 0 | |||||

At SJSU, students must pass both the SJSU Writing Skills Test (WST) and a 100W course. For additional information on the WST, please see http://testing.sjsu.edu/wst. Exceptions to the GWAR may be found at http://info.sjsu.edu/gwar.html. | ||||||

A grade of C or better (C- not accepted) is required to meet graduation requirement. | ||||||

Preparation for the Major | 12-15 | |||||

MATH 100W. Technical Writing Workshop | Z | 3 | ||||

Complete one course from: | ||||||

MATH 050. Scientific Computing I | 2 | |||||

MATH 109. Mathematical Software | 3 | |||||

MATH 167. Programming in SAS | 3 | |||||

CS 046A. Introduction to Programming | 4 | |||||

CS 049C. Programming in C | 3 | |||||

CS 049J. Programming in Java | 3 | |||||

PHYS 50 and one of PHYS 51, PHYS 52, or MATH 161A (or with prior approval, 6 units of upper division mathematics-related courses from other departments may be substituted). | 7-8 | |||||

Requirements of the Major | 46-49 | |||||

Core Courses | 13-16 | |||||

MATH 031. Calculus II | B4 | 4 | ||||

MATH 032. Calculus III | B4 | 3 | ||||

MATH 042. Discrete Mathematics | 3 | |||||

Complete one course from: | ||||||

MATH 030. Calculus I | B4 | 3 | ||||

MATH 030P. Calculus I with Precalculus | B4 | 5 | ||||

MATH 030PL. Calculus I with Precalculus | B4 | 6 | ||||

Upper Division Core | 18 | |||||

MATH 108. Introduction to Abstract Mathematics and Proofs | 3 | |||||

MATH 128A. Abstract Algebra I | 3 | |||||

MATH 129A. Linear Algebra I | 3 | |||||

MATH 131A. Introduction to Analysis | 3 | |||||

Complete one course from: | ||||||

MATH 112. Vector Calculus | 3 | |||||

MATH 113. Differential Geometry | 3 | |||||

MATH 115. Modern Geometry and Transformations | 3 | |||||

MATH 138. Complex Variables | 3 | |||||

Complete one course from: | ||||||

MATH 128B. Abstract Algebra II | 3 | |||||

MATH 129B. Linear Algebra II | 3 | |||||

MATH 131B. Introduction to Real Variables | 3 | |||||

MATH 175. Introduction to Topology | 3 | |||||

Additional Upper Division Requirements | 15 | |||||

Complete five courses (not counted above) from: | ||||||

MATH 104. History of Mathematics | 3 | |||||

MATH 109. Mathematical Software | 3 | |||||

MATH 112. Vector Calculus | 3 | |||||

MATH 113. Differential Geometry | 3 | |||||

MATH 115. Modern Geometry and Transformations | 3 | |||||

MATH 126. Theory of Numbers | 3 | |||||

MATH 128B. Abstract Algebra II | 3 | |||||

MATH 129B. Linear Algebra II | 3 | |||||

MATH 131B. Introduction to Real Variables | 3 | |||||

MATH 132. Advanced Calculus | 3 | |||||

MATH 133B. Partial Differential Equations | 3 | |||||

MATH 134. Ord. Diff. Eqns and Dynamical Systems | 3 | |||||

MATH 138. Complex Variables | 3 | |||||

MATH 142. Introduction to Combinatorics | 3 | |||||

MATH 143C. Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing | 3 | |||||

MATH 143M. Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing | 3 | |||||

MATH 161A. Applied Probability and Statistics I | 3 | |||||

MATH 161B. Applied Probability and Statistics II | 3 | |||||

MATH 162. Statistics for Bioinformatics | 3 | |||||

MATH 163. Probability Theory | 3 | |||||

MATH 164. Mathematical Statistics | 3 | |||||

MATH 171. Foundations of Mathematics and Computer Science | 3 | |||||

MATH 175. Introduction to Topology | 3 | |||||

MATH 177. Linear and Non-Linear Optimization | 3 | |||||

MATH 178. Mathematical Modeling | 3 | |||||

MATH 179. Introduction to Graph Theory | 3 | |||||

MATH 180. Individual Studies | 1-4 | |||||

MATH 180H. Individual Studies for Honors | 3 | |||||

Requires prior approval | ||||||

MATH 203. Applied Mathematics, Computation, and Statistics Projects | 3 | |||||

University Electives | 9-15 | |||||

Total Units: | 120 | |||||