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# Descriptions of Mathematics

1 course selected from:

 MATH 260 Elem Differential Equations 4.0 FS Prerequisites: MATH 121.

Or any upper-division Mathematics (MATH) courses except MATH 302,
MATH 304, MATH 310,and MATH 311. MATH 344 recommended.

A 15-hour mathematics field experience is required. MATH 241 fulfills
this requirement.

All course work choices and the choice of field experience should be

Subject matter preparation requirements are governed by federal and state
legislative action and approval of the California Commission on Teacher
Credentialing. Requirements may change between catalogs. Please consult
with your departmental credential advisor for current information.

The Option in Statistics: 25 units

7 courses required:

 MATH 260 Elem Differential Equations 4.0 FS Prerequisites: MATH 121. MATH 315 Statistical Methods I 3.0 FA Prerequisites: MATH 105 or MATH 350 or faculty permission. MATH 350 Intro to Probability/Stat 3.0 FA Prerequisites: MATH 121. MATH 351 Intro to Probability/Stat 3.0 SP Prerequisites: MATH 350. MATH 450 Mathematical Statistics 3.0 FA Prerequisites: MATH 220, MATH 330, MATH 351. MATH 456 Statistical Methods II 3.0 S2 Prerequisites: MATH 315. MATH 458 Sampling Methods 3.0 S1 Prerequisites: One course chosen from MATH 105, MATH 305, MATH 350, or MATH 315.

3 units selected from:

Any upper-division mathematics (MATH) courses except MATH 302,
MATH 304, MATH 310, MATH 311, MATH 314, MATH 341, MATH 342,
and MATH 441.

Electives Requirement:

To complete the total units required for the bachelor’s degree, select additional
elective courses from the total University offerings. You should
consult with an advisor regarding the selection of courses which will
provide breadth to your University experience and possibly apply to a
supportive second major or minor.

Enrollment in any mathematics course requires a grade of C- or higher in
all prerequisite courses or their transfer equivalents.

All courses taken to fulfill major course requirements must be taken for a
letter grade except those courses specified by the department as Credit/No

Advising is mandatory for all majors in this degree program. Consult your

A student may complete more than one option in the major. Only courses
specifically required by both options may be double counted.

Honors in the Major

Honors in the Major is a program of independent work in your major. It
requires 6 units of honors course work completed over two semesters.

The Honors in the Major program allows you to work closely with a faculty
mentor in your area of interest on an original performance or research
project. This year-long collaboration allows you to work in your field at a
professional level and culminates in a public presentation of your work.
Students sometimes take their projects beyond the University for submission
in professional journals, presentation at conferences, or academic
competition. Such experience is valuable for graduate school and professional
life. Your honors work will be recognized at your graduation, on
your permanent transcripts, and on your diploma. It is often accompanied
by letters of commendation from your mentor in the department or the
department chair.

Some common features of Honors in the Major program are

1. You must take 6 units of Honors in the Major course work. All 6 units
are honors classes (marked by a suffix of H), and at least 3 of these units
are independent study (399H, 499H, 599H) as specified by your department.
You must complete each class with a minimum grade of B.

2. You must have completed 9 units of upper-division course work or 21
overall units in your major before you can be admitted to Honors in the
Major. Check the requirements for your major carefully, as there may be
specific courses that must be included in these units.

3. Your cumulative GPA should be at least 3.5 or within the top 5% of
majors in your department.

4. Your GPA in your major should be at least 3.5 or within the top 5% of
majors in your department.

5. Most students apply for or are invited to participate in Honors in the
Major during the second semester of their junior year. Then they complete
the 6 units of course work over the two semesters of their senior year.

6. Your honors work culminates with a public presentation of your honors
project.

While Honors in the Major is part of the Honors Program, each department
or major advisor to apply.

Honors in Mathematics

Well-qualified Mathematics majors are encouraged to apply for Honors
in Mathematics. The program is open to junior and senior Mathematics
majors who have completed 9 upper-division units (or a total of 24 units)
in mathematics, including MATH 420 with a grade of B or better, and
have a grade point average among the top 5% of junior-senior mathematics
majors. Please visit the department office in HOLT 181 for further
information.

The Minor in Mathematics

Course Requirements for the Minor: 24-25 units

The following courses, or their approved transfer equivalents, are required
of all candidates for this minor.

2 courses required:

 MATH 120 Analytic Geometry and Calculus 4.0 FS * Prerequisites: Completion of ELM requirement; both MATH 118 and MATH 119 (or high school equivalent); a score that meets department guidelines on a department administered calculus readiness exam. MATH 121 Analytic Geometry and Calculus 4.0 FS Prerequisites: MATH 120.

2 courses selected from:

 MATH 217 Discrete Math 3.0 FA Prerequisites: Completion of ELM, MATH 119 (or equivalent), CSCI 111. MATH 220 Analytic Geometry and Calculus 4.0 FS Prerequisites: MATH 121. MATH 260 Elem Differential Equations 4.0 FS Prerequisites: MATH 121.

9 units selected from:

MATH 235 or upper-division courses, at least 6 of which must be from the
Department of Mathematics and Statistics. 3 units may be from another
department as long as the course has significant mathematical content, as
determined by the chair of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics.
Acceptable upper-division MATH units will not include MATH 302,
MATH 304, MATH 305, MATH 310, MATH 311, MATH 333, MATH 341,
MATH 342, MATH 441.

To Apply for a Minor

To apply for a minor, you must file a Declaration of Minor form, available
in the Department Office, HOLT 181. Before choosing any options for the
minor, you must obtain approval from the department chair.

The Minor in Statistics

Course Requirements for the Minor: 23 units

The following courses, or their approved transfer equivalents, are required
of all candidates for this minor.

6 courses required:

 MATH 120 Analytic Geometry and Calculus 4.0 FS * Prerequisites: Completion of ELM requirement; both MATH 118 and MATH 119 (or high school equivalent); a score that meets department guidelines on a department administered calculus readiness exam. MATH 121 Analytic Geometry and Calculus 4.0 FS Prerequisites: MATH 120. MATH 235 Elementary Linear Algebra 3.0 FS Prerequisites: MATH 121. MATH 315 Statistical Methods I 3.0 FA Prerequisites: MATH 105 or MATH 350 or faculty permission. MATH 350 Intro to Probability/Stat 3.0 FA Prerequisites: MATH 121. MATH 351 Intro to Probability/Stat 3.0 SP Prerequisites: MATH 350.

1 course selected from:

 MATH 456 Statistical Methods II 3.0 S2 Prerequisites: MATH 315. MATH 458 Sampling Methods 3.0 S1 Prerequisites: One course chosen from MATH 105, MATH 305, MATH 350, or MATH 315.

To Apply for a Minor

To apply for a minor, you must file a Declaration of Minor form, available
in the Department Office, HOLT 181. Before choosing any options for the
minor, you must obtain approval from the department chair.