The Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics has five distinct concentrations so that students can select an appropriate pathway depending on their career goals. Each of the concentrations enables students to develop the following: the ability to construct mathematical proofs; the ability to think analytically and critically, and to formulate problems, solve them and interpret their solutions; the ability to utilize technology when doing mathematics; and communicate mathematics in written and oral forms. The program prepares students to be competitive in the job market and/or to pursue graduate education.
In addition to the requirements for the major, students must meet all other university requirements for a bachelor’s degree. Please consult the Graduation Requirements for the Bachelor’s Degree section in this catalog for complete information. All courses 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.
MATH 380 will satisfy the university’s upper-division writing requirement for mathematics majors.
Students should contact the Mathematics Department internship coordinator, MH-154.
Applied Mathematics Concentration (21 units)
Students in the Applied Mathematics Concentration select one of two different tracks — Classical Applied or Modeling. Both of these combine a solid foundation in applied mathematics with different emphases in theory and rigor versus coding and computation.