## Programs

### B.A., Mathematics

#### General Option

Mathematicians today are engaged in a wide variety of activities. Research mathematicians create new theories and techniques. Applied mathematicians use that theory and mathematical modeling to solve problems in economics, science, medicine, engineering, and management. Teachers of mathematics develop new ways to teach mathematical concepts to children and adults. University-level mathematics involves more than algorithms …

### B.A., Mathematics

#### Secondary Teaching Option

The Secondary Teaching option provides preparation for students planning to teach mathematics at the secondary level. Students in this option may enroll in a postbaccalaureate teacher preparation program to earn a Preliminary Single Subject Credential in Mathematics. Alternatively, students who meet the eligibility requirements can enter either the Four-Year Integrated Mathematics (FYI-Math) Teacher Credential Program …

### B.A., Mathematics

#### Four-Year Integrated (FYI) Mathematics Subject Matter Program for the Single Subject Credential Option

The Four-Year Integrated Mathematics (FYI-Math) teacher credential program is designed for students who are certain about their career choice. For admission, students must be eligible for a course in Basic Skills Written CommunicationÂ and for MATH 150A, and they should see a teacher preparation or credential advisor in the Department of Mathematics. Upon entering the program …

### B.A., Mathematics

#### Junior-Year Integrated (JYI) Mathematics Subject Matter Program for the Single Subject Credential Option

The Junior-Year Integrated Mathematics (JYI-Math) teacher credential program begins in the junior year for students who apply and have been accepted to the program. JYI-Math integrates undergraduate subject-matter knowledge with teacher education content and leads to both a B.A. degree in Mathematics and a Preliminary Single Subject Credential in Mathematics. For admission, students must be …

### B.S., Mathematics

#### Mathematics Option

The B.S. degree in Mathematics is designed for students who want to pursue occupational careers involving applied mathematics or want to prepare for graduate work in applied mathematics. Double Major Students pursuing either a B.A. or a B.S. degree may combine a second major with Mathematics. In this circumstance, upon approval of an advisor, 6 …

### B.S., Mathematics

#### Statistics Option

The B.S. degree in Mathematics is designed for students who want to pursue occupational careers involving applied mathematics or want to prepare for graduate work in applied mathematics. Double Major Students pursuing either a B.A. or a B.S. degree may combine a second major with Mathematics. In this circumstance, upon approval of an advisor, 6 …

### B.S., Mathematics

#### Applied Mathematical Sciences Option

The B.S. degree in Mathematics is designed for students who want to pursue occupational careers involving applied mathematics or want to prepare for graduate work in applied mathematics. Double Major Students pursuing either a B.A. or a B.S. degree may combine a second major with Mathematics. In this circumstance, upon approval of an advisor, 6 …

### Minor in Mathematics

The minor in Mathematics is designed to provide students with mathematical preparation useful for future employment opportunities.

### M.S., Mathematics

#### Pure Mathematics Option

The Department of Mathematics offers a Master of Science degree with three options: Pure Mathematics (Option I), Applied Mathematics (Option II), and Statistics (Option III). Each of the options prepares a student for further graduate work; for higher mathematical work in industry, business and government; and for teaching at community colleges. Option I is primarily …

### M.S., Mathematics

#### Applied Mathematics Option

The Department of Mathematics offers a Master of Science degree with three options: Pure Mathematics (Option I), Applied Mathematics (Option II), and Statistics (Option III). Each of the options prepares a student for further graduate work; for higher mathematical work in industry, business and government; and for teaching at community colleges. Option II emphasizes Applied …

### M.S., Mathematics

#### Statistics Option

The Department of Mathematics offers a Master of Science degree with three options: Pure MathematicsÂ (Option I), Applied Mathematics (Option II), and Statistics (Option III). Each of the options prepares a student for further graduate work; for higher mathematical work in industry, business and government; and for teaching at community colleges. Option III is primarily designed …

### Mathematics Subject Matter Program for the Single Subject Credential

The Mathematics Subject Matter Program for the Single Subject Credential consists of 60 units.

### Complex Systems Certificate

The field of complex systems is relatively young and evolving, encompassing a wide range of disciplines in the sciences, engineering, computer science, and mathematics. In this context, a “complex system” is defined as an engineered or natural system that is characterized by dynamical properties and unobservable interactions that may not be apparent from observations of …