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Note on GE Designations: In addition to satisfying the requirements in the GE and Math major programs, students must complete certain courses designated as follows: Diversity and Inclusiveness (DI, 1 course); Writing Intensive (WI, 2 courses) and Global Perspectives (G, 1 course). Math 3100 is WI designated. Certain other GE courses are DI, WI, and/or G designated, and students may fulfill the remaining designations with careful selection of their GE coursework. To see which courses satisfy which GE Designations, see the GE Designations page in the CSUSB Bulletin. If you still have questions on GE designations, you can contact your professional advisor.
Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics
The Bachelor of Arts degree program in Mathematics is designed for the student who, upon graduation, will begin a career involving mathematics or plans to pursue graduate studies in mathematics, and is interested in augmenting their foundational mathematics curriculum with a minor in another field or studies in other subjects.
The B.A. in Mathematics requires a total of 52-53 units of coursework; of those, up to 6 units may be selected from courses that count towards the University's General Education requirements in categories A3 and B4, and one course (MATH 3100) counts toward the upper-division writing intensive requirement.
For more information on degree requirements please visit Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics Bulletin.
Bachelor of Science in Mathematics
The Bachelor of Science in Mathematics program is designed for the student who, upon graduation, plans to pursue graduate studies in mathematics, begin a career in mathematics or closely related field, or pursue teaching. We offer three distinct concentrations. Students are encouraged to speak to a mathematics faculty advisor to select the appropriate concentration and elective courses that will best fit their career goals.
For more information on degree requirements please visit Bachelor of Science in Mathematics Bulletin.
Minor in Statistics
The Statistics Minor offers a concentrated applied and theoretical curriculum in Statistics. It is suitable for chemistry, computer science & engineering, mathematics, and physics majors who already complete coursework in Calculus and/or Statistics with Applications.
For more information on degree requirements please visit Minor in Statistics Bulletin.