United States
**1** Bachelor Degree Mathematics Claremont - CA

Home>Bachelor Degree>Mathematics>Claremont - CA>Bachelor of Science in Mathematics - Claremont - CA - California

Bachelor of Science in Mathematics

School: Pitzer College

Method: At the institution

Location:

Type: Bachelor Degree

Course fee: By Request

Sponsored Links

Speak directly and without obligation to

Pitzer College

Bachelor of Science in Mathematics - Claremont - CA - California

Bachelor of Science in Mathematics - Claremont - CA - California

Course Description:

A student must take a total of 12 courses for the **Mathematics** major, distributed as follows:

* I. Calculus (3 courses)

Three semesters of Calculus (Math 30, 31, 32) with a grade of C or better in each course. In some cases, a suitable score on the Pitzer Mathematics Placement exam, or the Calculus AP exam, may be substituted for one or more of these courses.

* II. Core (3 courses)

o Linear Algebra

o Differential Equations or a Mathematical Modeling course making extensive use of differential equations.

o Probability

* III. Depth and Breadth (4 courses)

Two 2-courses sequences of upper division mathematics courses chosen from the same area of mathematics in consultations with the advisor. Normally the first course will be prerequisite for the second and will itself have courses from I or II as prerequisites. Examples include, but are not limited to:

o Probability and Statistics

o Analysis I and II

o Algebra I and II

o Functions of a Complex Variable and Complex Analysis

o Combinatorics and Graph Theory

o Geometry and Topology

Students who count the sequence of Probability and Statistics under this requirement must then take one additional upper-division mathematics course of their choice.

* IV. Applications and Connections (2 courses)

Two courses outside of**mathematics** that emphasize the application of **mathematics** or its connections to other disciplines: for example, courses in Computer Science, Science, Engineering, and History or Philosophy of Mathematics. These courses will be chosen in consultation with the advisor, and normally will have **mathematics courses** from I, II, or III as prerequisites.

* I. Calculus (3 courses)

Three semesters of Calculus (Math 30, 31, 32) with a grade of C or better in each course. In some cases, a suitable score on the Pitzer Mathematics Placement exam, or the Calculus AP exam, may be substituted for one or more of these courses.

* II. Core (3 courses)

o Linear Algebra

o Differential Equations or a Mathematical Modeling course making extensive use of differential equations.

o Probability

* III. Depth and Breadth (4 courses)

Two 2-courses sequences of upper division mathematics courses chosen from the same area of mathematics in consultations with the advisor. Normally the first course will be prerequisite for the second and will itself have courses from I or II as prerequisites. Examples include, but are not limited to:

o Probability and Statistics

o Analysis I and II

o Algebra I and II

o Functions of a Complex Variable and Complex Analysis

o Combinatorics and Graph Theory

o Geometry and Topology

Students who count the sequence of Probability and Statistics under this requirement must then take one additional upper-division mathematics course of their choice.

* IV. Applications and Connections (2 courses)

Two courses outside of

Other programs related to Bachelor Degree of Mathematics:

Masters in Mathematics - Berkeley - CA - California

School: University of California at Berkeley - UC Berkeley

School: University of California at Berkeley - UC Berkeley

Masters in Statistics - Berkeley - CA - California

School: University of California at Berkeley - UC Berkeley

School: University of California at Berkeley - UC Berkeley

Master of Science in Biostatistics - Richmond - VA - Virginia

School: Virginia Commonwealth University

School: Virginia Commonwealth University

Doctor of Philosophy in Biostatistics - Genomic Biostatistics Concentration - Richmond - VA - Virginia

School: Virginia Commonwealth University

School: Virginia Commonwealth University