The mathematics program offers students preparation for graduate study, careers in teaching, scientific computing, and technology-related industry. While offering a basic grounding in the classical areas of mathematics, the curriculum also emphasizes applied mathematics and its constantly evolving role in analyzing and solving problems in fields ranging from economics to aerodynamics to the environment.
Total program semester hours: B.A. 51-54
Core Requirements: 21-24 semester hours
|MATH 201||Calculus I||4|
|MATH 202||Calculus II||4|
|MATH 305||Transition to Adv. Mathematics||4|
|MATH 311||Calculus III||4|
|MATH 320||Linear Algebra||4|
|MATH 499A||Senior Project||2|
|MATH 499B||Senior Project||2|
Additional Core Requirements for B.A.: 8 semester hours
|MATH 319||Vector Calculus, or|
|MATH 328||Abstract Algebra||4|
|MATH 325||Number Theory, or|
Supporting Requirements: 14 semester hours
|CMPS 367||Object Oriented Programming using C++||4|
|PHYS 203||Physics I: Mechanics||5|
|PHYS 204||Physics II: Electricity & Magnetism||5|
Electives for B.A.
A minimum of 8 semester hours in upper-division mathematics courses.
Note: All Mathematics courses being transferred in to fulfill requirements for the Mathematics major must be approved by the Mathematics major must be approved by the Mathematics Program Chair. All courses from community college are, by definition, lower-division and are rarely approved as equivalent to upper-division courses taught at La Verne.