20192020 University Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]
Mathematics, Teaching Mathematics Concentration, B.A.


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Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics
The Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics requires 6165 units in the major, plus 48 units of General Education and 48 units of electives. Each course required for the major must be completed with a “C” (2.0) or better, and may not be taken on a Credit/No Credit basis.
Core Requirements (25 units)
Teaching Mathematics Concentration (2122 units)
Plus two of the following:
Cognates (911 units)
Students are required to complete one the of following cognates:
Chemistry Cognate (10 units)
Civil Engineering Cognate (9 units)
Computer Science Cognate (10 units)
Economics Cognate (9 units)
Finance Cognate (9 units)
Information Systems and Decision Sciences Cognate (9 units)
 Three adviserapproved ISDS courses
Mathematics Cognate (9 units)
Three upperdivision courses in Mathematics from one of the four concentrations of the Mathematics major other than the student’s own concentration.
Physics Cognate (11 units)
Research Cognate (9 units)
Computer Programming Requirement (3 units)
Writing Requirement
MATH 380 will satisfy the university’s upperdivision writing requirement for mathematics majors.
Internship in Mathematics
Students should contact the Mathematics Department internship coordinator, MH154.

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