Sep 29, 2020  
Catalog 2020-2021 
    
Catalog 2020-2021

Mathematics, AS-T to Mathematics, B.S.


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If you transferred into CSUMB from a California community college as an AS-T-certified student in Mathematics, you must complete the following courses for your bachelor’s degree in Mathematics at CSUMB. If you are unsure about your transfer status, please contact a mathematics faculty advisor as soon as possible.

Concentration


Select one of the following options to complete the requirements of the Mathematics major:

Mathematics Major Elective 

Mathematics Subject Matter Preparation Program Concentration 

Courses depending on group (see group description below) (8 credits)


Description of courses from group A and group B completed at community college:


All units are based on the semester and indicated minimum credits. While 3 credits are required from Group A, no units are required from Group B.

Group A


  • Differential Equations Units: 3

    Complete one of the following:
  • Linear Algebra Units: 3
  • Introduction to Differential Equations and Linear Algebra Units: 5

Group B


  • Discrete Math Units: 3
  • Physics Units: 4 (Physics majors course)
  • Mathematical Computing Systems Units: 1
  • Computer Programming Units: 3 (Any programming course that is articulated as major preparation at a CSU)
  • Proof Units: 3
  • Statistics Units: 3

General Education and University Requirements


The State of California requires completion of a 48 unit General Education Breadth program, including 9 units of upper division GE in areas B, C, and D in order to meet graduation requirements. CSUMB also requires completion of campus-specific University Requirements .

Students select and complete coursework in the following areas to satisfy their degree requirements:

Students may select additional elective coursework if necessary to complete 60 units.

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