MastersCollege

The Master's College

Mathematics

Mathematics Major Core Courses

  • CS111 Introduction to Computer Programming (3)
  • CS111L Computer Programming Lab (1)
  • MA121 Calculus I (4)
  • MA122 Calculus II (4)
  • MA221 Calculus III (4)
  • MA231 Linear Algebra (3)
  • MA282 Ordinary Differential Equations (3)
  • MA302 Introduction to Mathematical Proof (3)
  • MA400 Mathematics Seminar (2)
  • MA412 Integrated Review (1)

Total Core Units: 28

Pure Mathematics Emphasis Courses

  • MA222 Calculus IV (1)
  • MA343 Modern Geometry (3)
  • MA355 Number Theory and the History of Mathematics (3)
  • MA383 Complex Analysis (3)
  • MA445 Real Analysis I (3)
  • MA453 Abstract Algebra I (3)
  • MA482 Topics in Mathematics (3)
  • Additional Upper Division Mathematics Courses (6)

Total Units: 53

Applied Mathematics Emphasis Courses

  • MA222 Calculus IV (1)
  • MA256 Discrete Mathematics (3)
  • MA324 Numerical Analysis (3)
  • MA366 Probability (3)
  • MA425 Mathematical Modeling (3)
  • MA433 Partial Differential Equations (3)
  • MA445 Real Analysis I (3)
  • MA482 Topics in Mathematics (3)
  • Additional Upper Division Mathematics Courses (3)

Total Units: 53

Mathematics Education Emphasis Courses

  • MA256 Discrete Mathematics (3)
  • MA262 Elementary Statistics (3)
  • MA343 Modern Geometry (3)
  • MA355 Number Theory and the History of Mathematics (3)
  • MA425 Mathematical Modeling (3)
  • MA453 Abstract Algebra I (3)
  • Additional Upper Division Mathematics Course (6)

Total Units: 52


Minor in Mathematics

  • MA121 Calculus I (4)
  • MA122 Calculus II (4)
  • MA221 Calculus III (4)
  • MA231 Linear Algebra (3)
  • MA282 Ordinary Differential Equations (3)
  • MA400 Mathematics Seminar (1)
  • Additional Upper Division Mathematics Courses (6)

Total Units: 25

Notes

1. All students who are interested in going to IBEX should consider going during the Spring semester of their junior or senior year.

2. All students in the Mathematics Education Emphasis are strongly urged to consider taking ED300, ED400 and ESL355 during their last two years in addition to the courses required for the Bachelor's degree as a preparation for the Fifth Year Program. See the Teacher Education department for more information.

3. A maximum of two (non-general education) upper division courses from another department may be used to satisfy the "Additional Upper Division Mathematics Courses" requirement subject to the prior approval of the student's major advisor.