Major Requirements
See the mathematics section of the college catalog for course descriptions and prerequisites. Some courses are offered every semester, some once per year, and some are offered every year. See this course offering schedule for upcoming courses.
Bachelor of Arts
Lower Division Courses (24 units)
All of the following (20): 
One of the following (4) 
MA009, 010 Elementary Calculus I, II (4,4)  CS010 Introduction to Computer Science I (4) 
MA/CS015 Discrete Mathematics (4) 
CHM005 General Chemistry I (4) 
MA019 Multivariable Calculus (4)  PHY021 General Physics I (4) 
MA020 Linear Algebra (4)  
Upper Division Courses (22 units) 

Foundation Courses (8) 
Capstone Course (Choose one) (4) 
MA108 Mathematical Analysis (4)  MA136 Geometry (4) 
MA110 Modern Algebra (4)  MA140 Complex Analysis (4) 
MA155 History of Mathematics (4)  
Problem Solving (2 units) 
Breadth (8) 
MA180 Problem Solving (1,1)  Two additional upper division mathematics courses (4,4) 
Bachelor of Science
Lower Division Courses (28 units)
All of the following (20): 
Two of any of the following applied courses: (8) 
MA009, 010 Elementary Calculus I, II (4,4)  CHM 005 General Chemistry I (4), 
MA/CS015 Discrete Mathematics (4) 
CHM 006 General Chemistry II (4), 
MA019 Multivariable Calculus (4)  CS 010 Introduction to Computer Science I (4) 
MA020 Linear Algebra (4)  CS 030 Introduction to Computer Science II (4) 
PHY 021 General Physics I (4)  
PHY 023 General Physics II (4)  
Upper Division Courses (26 units) 

Foundation Courses (8) 
Capstone Course (Choose one) (4) 
MA108 Mathematical Analysis (4)  MA136 Geometry (4) 
MA110 Modern Algebra (4)  MA140 Complex Analysis (4) 
MA155 History of Mathematics (4)  
MA155 History of Mathematics (4)  
InDepth StudyOne of the following:(4) 

MA109 Advanced Mathematical Analysis (4)  
MA111 Advanced Modern Algebra (4)  
Problem Solving (2 units) 
Breadth (8) 
MA180 Problem Solving (1,1)  Two additional upper division mathematics courses (4,4) 