Mathematics, B.S.
Mission
A Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics provides a strong foundational core for students who wish to pursue graduate studies in pure or applied mathematics; to pursue a career in applied mathematics (e.g., statistics, computer science, operations research, and actuarial mathematics) immediately after obtaining a B.S.; or to teach mathematics in middle school and high school. The courses taken to satisfy the degree requirements are taught viewing mathematics as part of God's creation, and there is a concentrated effort to integrate faith and learning.
Degree Program
A Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics is offered upon completion of the University baccalaureate and the mathematics major in one of the concentrations. All mathematics concentrations must include 24 upperdivision credits.
Program Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of the Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, students will be able to:
 Think critically, solve problems, and prove theorems in the abstract (ULO 1).
 Apply mathematical theory, problem solve, and use mathrelated technology in realworld contexts (ULO 1).
 Communicate mathematical ideas effectively, both verbally and in writing (ULO 1).
 Articulate the implications of a biblical worldview concerning mathematics (ULO 2 and 3).
Each Program Learning Outcome (PLO) listed above references at least one of the University Learning Outcomes (ULO 1, 2, 3), which may be found in the General Information section of this catalog.
Curriculum Requirements
Code  Title  Credits 

Mathematics majors meet the Core Curriculum requirement of 6 credits in integration seminar and mathematics within the major. The foreign language requirement is met by two years of high school study in the same language or four credits of college foreign language.  
Program Courses  
Students earning a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics must complete the mathematics program courses and one of the concentrations. ^{1}  
CSCI 105  Introduction to Computer Science  3 
MATH 150  Calculus I  4 
MATH 151  Calculus II  4 
MATH 204  Introduction to Abstract Math  3 
MATH 250  Calculus III  4 
MATH 291  Linear Algebra  3 
MATH 305  Introduction to Real Analysis I  3 
MATH 315  Abstract Algebra I  3 
MATH 370  Readings in Mathematics ^{2}  2 
BBST 465  Integration Seminar (BBST 4656 God and Math highly recommended) ^{3}  3 
Students who plan to pursue graduate studies should take at least two of the following courses regardless of the area of concentration:  
Introduction to Real Analysis II  
Abstract Algebra II  
Advanced Topics in Mathematics  
Total Credits  32 
 ^{ 1 }
See concentration tables below which detail the requirements to earn a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics degree.
 ^{ 2 }
MATH 370 must be taken twice (2 credits total).
 ^{ 3 }
This course satisfies the Integration Seminar in the traditional 30credit Biblical and Theological Studies requirement.
Concentrations
Actuarial Science (65 Credits)
Students who wish to pursue actuarial science, business analytics, or related fields should choose this concentration.
In addition to the program courses above, this concentration must complete the following:
Code  Title  Credits 

Program Courses  32  
Concentration Courses  
BUSN 201  Principles of Macroeconomics  3 
BUSN 202  Principles of Microeconomics  3 
BUSN 211  Principles of Accounting I  3 
BUSN 212  Principles of Accounting II  3 
BUSN 370  Business Finance  3 
MATH 190  Business Statistics  3 
MATH 331  Probability  3 
MATH 332  Mathematical Statistics  3 
MATH 333  Operations Research  3 
MATH 335  Ordinary Differential Equations  3 
Select one course (3 credits) at the 300 or 400 level in Math  3  
Concentration Course Requirements: 33 credits  
Core Curriculum Requirements ^{1}  5761  
Total Credits  122126 
 ^{ 1 }
See Core Curriculum Program section for details.
Applied Mathematics (50 Credits)
Students who are interested in preparing for careers in business or industry should choose this concentration. Courses introduce a variety of areas of applied mathematics.
In addition to the program courses above, this concentration must complete the following.
Code  Title  Credits 

Program Courses  32  
Concentration Courses  
MATH 321  Numerical Analysis  3 
MATH 331  Probability  3 
MATH 332  Mathematical Statistics  3 
MATH 333  Operations Research  3 
MATH 335  Ordinary Differential Equations  3 
or MATH 440  Complex Variables  
Select one course at the 300 or 400 level in Math  3  
Concentration Course Requirements: 18 credits  
Core Curriculum Requirements ^{1}  5761  
General Electives  913  
Total Credits  120 
 ^{ 1 }
See Core Curriculum Program section for details.
Computer Science (56 Credits)
This concentration allows a mathematics major the opportunity to focus on the more mathematical aspects of computer science.
In addition to the program courses above, this concentration must complete the following.
Code  Title  Credits 

Program Courses  32  
Concentration Courses  
Select at least two courses from the following:  6  
Numerical Analysis  
Probability  
Mathematical Statistics  
Operations Research  
The following courses are also required:  
CSCI 106  Data Structures  3 
CSCI 220  Computer Organization and Assembly Language Programming  3 
CSCI 400  Theory of Algorithms  3 
Select three courses at the 300 or 400 level in Math or Computer Science  9  
Concentration Course Requirements: 24 credits  
Core Curriculum Requirements ^{1}  5761  
General Electives  37  
Total Credits  120 
 ^{ 1 }
See Core Curriculum Program section for details.
Pure Mathematics (50 Credits)
This concentration allows the student flexibility in the selection of upperdivision courses. A faculty advisor will aid the student in making these choices. Students planning to pursue mathematics in graduate school will find this concentration particularly appropriate.
In addition to the program courses above, this concentration must complete the following:
Code  Title  Credits 

Program Courses  32  
Concentration Courses  
MATH 331  Probability  3 
Select 5 courses at the 300 or 400 level in Math  15  
Concentration Course Requirements: 18 credits  
Core Curriculum Requirements ^{1}  5761  
General Electives  913  
Total Credits  120 
 ^{ 1 }
See Core Curriculum Program section for details.
Statistics and Data Science (50 credits)
The Statistics and Data Science concentration is designed to equip students to obtain valid data and use it to answer the questions they face on the job and in the world, with a biblical worldview.
Code  Title  Credits 

Program Courses  32  
Concentration Courses  
CSCI 106  Data Structures  3 
MATH 318  Biostatistics  3 
MATH 331  Probability  3 
MATH 332  Mathematical Statistics  3 
MATH 380  Statistical Consulting Practicum  3 
or MATH 319  Statistics II  
Statistics and Data Science Capstone ^{1}  
Select one of the following courses:  3  
Advanced Business Analytics ^{2}  
Programming for Data Science I  
Programming for Data Science II ^{2}  
Database Management ^{2}  
Topics in Computer Science (Artificial Intelligence) ^{2}  
Statistics II ^{3}  
Concentration Course Requirements: 18 credits  
Core Curriculum Requirements ^{4}  5761  
General Electives  913  
Total Credits  120 
 ^{ 1 }
MATH 470 is to be taken in place of one of the sections of MATH 370, 2 credits of which are required for the Math major.
 ^{ 2 }
This course requires a prerequisite which is not a major or concentration requirement. See department for advising.
 ^{ 3 }
If not taken above as an alternate to MATH 380.
 ^{ 4 }
See Core Curriculum Program section for details.
Mathematics: Secondary Instruction
Students who wish to prepare to teach mathematics at the secondary level should select this concentration to work toward a preliminary singlesubject credential.

Biola's Mathematics Secondary Instruction program is a Commissionapproved subject matter program. Completion of the subject matter program does not lead to a credential but it may be used to meet the subject matter competency requirement for a teaching credential. The Professional Teacher Preparation Program leading to a California Teaching Credential at Biola University is subject to change in response to new legislation. Please see a credential analyst in the School of Education for current information on completing the requirements for a teaching credential, including the CSET subject matter waiver program. Students must consult with both their major advisor and a School of Education advisor.

Students who wish to prepare to teach mathematics at the secondary level should select this concentration to work toward a preliminary singlesubject credential. Completion of the program requirements will prepare students with the content knowledge necessary to teach mathematics in departmentalized classes, such as those in most middle schools and high schools. Students who meet all requirements and pass the necessary classes with a grade of C or above and with a B or above in LEDU 433 will be granted a waiver to satisfy the California subject matter requirements to obtain a teaching credential in mathematics.
In addition to the program courses above, this concentration must complete the following.
Code  Title  Credits 

Program Courses  32  
Concentration Courses  
MATH 318  Biostatistics  3 
or MATH 332  Mathematical Statistics  
MATH 331  Probability  3 
MATH 341  Classical Geometry  3 
MATH 415  Number Theory and the History of Mathematics  3 
Select two courses at the 300 or 400 level in Math  6  
HIST 200  United States History To 1865 ^{1}  3 
or POSC 225  Survey of American Government  
PSYC 200  Introduction to Psychology ^{2}  3 
Education Courses  
LEDU 301  Introduction to Teaching  3 
LEDU 330  Psychological Foundations of Education  3 
LEDU 341  Methods of Teaching Linguistically Diverse Students  3 
LEDU 425  Secondary Content Area Reading  3 
LEDU 433  Single Subject Pedagogy  2 
LEDU 438  Secondary Curriculum, Differentiation, and Assessment  3 
Student teaching (12 credits) may be completed at the graduate level and is not required for undergraduate graduation. Please meet with an advisor in the School of Education.  
Secondary Student Teaching I  
Secondary Student Teaching II  
Concentration Course Requirements: 41 credits  
Core Curriculum Requirements ^{3}  5155  
Total Credits  124128 
 ^{ 1 }
The California Commission on Teacher Credentialing requires that a teaching credential candidate must have completed a minimum 2credit course that covers the U.S. Constitution or fulfill this requirement by examination. Biola University students may complete this requirement by taking either HIST 200 or POSC 225 with a grade of C or better. Students receiving AP college credit for either HIST 200 or POSC 225 will also meet this requirement. Transfer coursework must be reviewed by a credential analyst in the School of Education. Either course fulfills the History Core Curriculum requirement.
 ^{ 2 }
Fulfills the Behavioral Science Core Curriculum requirement.
 ^{ 3 }
See Core Curriculum Program section for details.
NOTE: The course sequence table is designed by the major department and is one way that the classes will work out properly in sequence for your major. However, there are alternative or flexible ways to rotate some of the classes within the same year/level and sometimes between year levels. Please contact your major department advisor to discuss flexible alternatives in scheduling the sequence of your classes.
Taking coursework during the summer session may also be an option to accelerate your degree path.
See Core Curriculum Program section for a list of approved Core Curriculum courses.
 Actuarial Science
 Applied Mathematics
 Computer Science
 Pure Mathematics
 Statistics and Data Science
 Mathematics: Secondary Instruction
Mathematics, B.S. Actuarial Science (MACT)
First Year  

Fall  Credits  Spring  Credits 
BBST 103 or 165  3  BBST 103 or 165  3 
GNST 102  1  CSCI 105  3 
KNES 107  1  ENGL 100 or 112  3 
MATH 150  4  MATH 151  4 
MATH 190  3  MATH 204  3 
Foreign Language (See Core Curriculum)  4  
16  16  
Second Year  
Fall  Credits  Spring  Credits 
BBST 209 or 210  3  BBST 209 or 210  3 
BUSN 201  3  BBST 251  3 
MATH 250  4  BUSN 202  3 
MATH 291  3  MATH 305 or 315  3 
Fine Arts (see Core Curriculum)  3  Science (see Core Curriculum)  3 
16  15  
Third Year  
Fall  Credits  Spring  Credits 
BBST 365  3  BBST 354  3 
BUSN 211  3  BUSN 212  3 
BUSN 370  3  MATH 305 or 315  3 
ENGL 313  3  MATH 332 or 333  3 
MATH 370  1  MATH 370  1 
MATH Elective (upperdivision)  3  Behavioral Science (see Core Curriculum)  3 
Writing Competency Requirement  Graduation Application due in Registrar's Office  
16  16  
Fourth Year  
Fall  Credits  Spring  Credits 
BBST 300/400 Bible Elective  3  BBST 300/400 Bible Elective  3 
MATH 331  3  BBST 465 (BBST 4656 God and Math highly recommended)  3 
Communication (see Core Curriculum)  3  HIST 200, 201, or POSC 225  3 
KNES Activity (see Core Curriculum)  1  MATH 332 or 333  3 
Literature (see Core Curriculum)  3  MATH 335  3 
Philosophy (see Core Curriculum)  3  
16  15  
Total Credits 126 
Mathematics, B.S. Applied Mathematics (MAAP)
First Year  

Fall  Credits  Spring  Credits 
BBST 103 or 165  3  BBST 103 or 165  3 
ENGL 100 or 112  3  CSCI 105  3 
GNST 102  1  KNES 107  1 
MATH 150  4  MATH 151  4 
Foreign Language (See Core Curriculum)  4  MATH 204  3 
15  14  
Second Year  
Fall  Credits  Spring  Credits 
BBST 209 or 210  3  BBST 209 or 210  3 
BBST 251  3  MATH 305 or 315  3 
MATH 250  4  Communication (see Core Curriculum)  3 
MATH 291  3  Science (see Core Curriculum)  3 
Literature (see Core Curriculum)  3  General Elective  3 
16  15  
Third Year  
Fall  Credits  Spring  Credits 
BBST 365  3  BBST 354  3 
ENGL 313  3  MATH 305 or 315  3 
MATH 321 or 331  3  MATH 332 or 333  3 
MATH 370  1  MATH 335 or 440  3 
MATH Elective (upperdivision)  3  MATH 370  1 
Behavioral Science (see Core Curriculum)  3  KNES Activity (see Core Curriculum)  1 
Writing Competency Requirement  Graduation Application due in Registrar's Office  
16  14  
Fourth Year  
Fall  Credits  Spring  Credits 
BBST 300/400 Bible Elective  3  BBST 300/400 Bible Elective  3 
MATH 321 or 331  3  BBST 465 (BBST 4656 God and Math highly recommended)  3 
Fine Arts (see Core Curriculum)  3  HIST 200, 201, or POSC 225  3 
Philosophy (see Core Curriculum)  3  MATH 332 or 333  3 
General Elective  3  General Elective  3 
15  15  
Total Credits 120 
Mathematics, B.S. Computer Science (MACS)
First Year  

Fall  Credits  Spring  Credits 
BBST 103 or 165  3  BBST 103 or 165  3 
CSCI 105  3  CSCI 106  3 
ENGL 100 or 112  3  KNES 107  1 
GNST 102  1  MATH 151  4 
MATH 150  4  MATH 204  3 
14  14  
Second Year  
Fall  Credits  Spring  Credits 
BBST 209 or 210  3  BBST 209 or 210  3 
BBST 251  3  CSCI 220  3 
MATH 250  4  MATH 305 or 315  3 
MATH 291  3  Communication (see Core Curriculum)  3 
Foreign Language (see Core Curriculum)  4  Science (see Core Curriculum)  3 
17  15  
Third Year  
Fall  Credits  Spring  Credits 
BBST 365  3  BBST 354  3 
CSCI 400  3  MATH 305 or 315  3 
MATH 370  1  MATH 370  1 
MATH/CSCI Elective (upperdivision)  3  MATH/CSCI Elective (upperdivision)  3 
Behavioral Science (see Core Curriculum)  3  KNES Activity (see Core Curriculum)  1 
Literature (see Core Curriculum)  3  General Elective  3 
Writing Competency Requirement  Graduation Application due in Registrar's Office  
16  14  
Fourth Year  
Fall  Credits  Spring  Credits 
BBST 300/400 Bible Elective  3  BBST 300/400 Bible Elective  3 
ENGL 313  3  BBST 465 (BBST 4656 God and Math highly recommended)  3 
MATH 321, 331, 332, or 333^{1}  3  HIST 200, 201, or POSC 225  3 
Fine Arts (see Core Curriculum)  3  MATH 321, 331, 332, or 333^{1}  3 
Philosophy (see Core Curriculum)  3  MATH/CSCI Elective (upperdivision)  3 
15  15  
Total Credits 120 
 ^{ 1 }
Select at least two of MATH 321, 331, 332, 333.
Mathematics, B.S. Pure Mathematics (MAPM)
First Year  

Fall  Credits  Spring  Credits 
BBST 103 or 165  3  BBST 103 or 165  3 
ENGL 100 or 112  3  CSCI 105  3 
GNST 102  1  KNES 107  1 
MATH 150  4  MATH 151  4 
Foreign Language (See Core Curriculum)  4  MATH 204  3 
15  14  
Second Year  
Fall  Credits  Spring  Credits 
BBST 209 or 210  3  BBST 209 or 210  3 
BBST 251  3  MATH 305 or 315  3 
MATH 250  4  Communication (see Core Curriculum)  3 
MATH 291  3  Science (see Core Curriculum)  3 
General Elective  3  General Elective  3 
16  15  
Third Year  
Fall  Credits  Spring  Credits 
BBST 365  3  BBST 354  3 
MATH 331  3  MATH 305 or 315  3 
MATH 370  1  MATH 370  1 
MATH Elective (upperdivision)  3  MATH Elective (upperdivision)  3 
Behavioral Science (see Core Curriculum)  3  KNES Activity (see Core Curriculum)  1 
General Elective  3  Literature (see Core Curriculum)  3 
Writing Competency Requirement  Graduation Application due in Registrar's Office  
16  14  
Fourth Year  
Fall  Credits  Spring  Credits 
BBST 300/400 Bible Elective  3  BBST 300/400 Bible Elective  3 
ENGL 313  3  BBST 465 (BBST 4656 God and Math highly recommended)  3 
MATH Elective (upperdivision)  3  HIST 200, 201, or POSC 225  3 
MATH Elective (upperdivision)  3  MATH Elective (upperdivision)  3 
Philosophy (see Core Curriculum)  3  Fine Arts (see Core Curriculum)  3 
15  15  
Total Credits 120 
Mathematics, B.S. Statistics and Data Science (MASD)
First Year  

Fall  Credits  Spring  Credits 
BBST 103 or 165  3  BBST 103 or 165  3 
CSCI 105  3  CSCI 106  3 
ENGL 100 or 112  3  KNES 107  1 
GNST 102  1  MATH 151  4 
MATH 150  4  MATH 204  3 
Foreign Language (see Core Curriculum)  4  
14  18  
Second Year  
Fall  Credits  Spring  Credits 
BBST 209 or 210  3  BBST 209 or 210  3 
BBST 251  3  MATH 305 or 315  3 
MATH 250  4  Communication (see Core Curriculum)  3 
MATH 291  3  Science (see Core Curriculum)  3 
General Elective  3  General Elective  3 
16  15  
Third Year  
Fall  Credits  Spring  Credits 
BBST 365  3  BBST 354  3 
MATH 318  3  MATH 305 or 315  3 
MATH 331  3  MATH 332  3 
Behavioral Science (see Core Curriculum)  3  MATH 370  1 
General Elective  3  KNES Activity (see Core Curriculum)  1 
Writing Competency Requirement  Literature (see Core Curriculum)  3  
Graduation Application due in Registrar's Office  
15  14  
Fourth Year  
Fall  Credits  Spring  Credits 
BBST 300/400 Bible Elective  3  BBST 300/400 Bible Elective  3 
CSCI 305, 306, 402, 440, BUSN 423, or MATH 319  3  BBST 465 (BBST 4656 God and Math highly recommended)  3 
ENGL 313  3  HIST 200, 201, or POSC 225  3 
MATH 380 or 319  3  MATH 470  1 
Philosophy (see Core Curriculum)  3  Fine Arts (see Core Curriculum)  3 
15  13  
Total Credits 120 
Mathematics, B.S. Secondary Instruction (MAED)
First Year  

Fall  Credits  Spring  Credits 
BBST 103 or 165  3  BBST 103 or 165  3 
ENGL 100 or 112  3  CSCI 105  3 
GNST 102  1  KNES 107  1 
MATH 150  4  MATH 151  4 
Foreign Language (See Core Curriculum)  4  MATH 204  3 
15  14  
Second Year  
Fall  Credits  Spring  Credits 
BBST 209 or 210  3  BBST 209 or 210  3 
BBST 251  3  MATH 305 or 315  3 
LEDU 301  3  LEDU 341  3 
MATH 250  4  Communication (see Core Curriculum)  3 
MATH 291  3  KNES Activity (see Core Curriculum)  1 
Science (see Core Curriculum)  3  
16  16  
Third Year  
Fall  Credits  Spring  Credits 
BBST 365  3  BBST 354  3 
LEDU 425  3  LEDU 330  3 
MATH 331 or 341  3  MATH 305 or 315  3 
MATH 370  1  MATH 318 or 332  3 
MATH 415  3  MATH 370  1 
PSYC 200 (fulfills Behavioral Science Core Curriculum requirement)  3  Literature (see Core Curriculum)  3 
Writing Competency Requirement  Graduation Application due in Registrar's Office  
16  16  
Fourth Year  
Fall  Credits  Spring  Credits 
BBST 300/400 Bible Elective  3  BBST 300/400 Bible Elective  3 
ENGL 313  3  BBST 465 (BBST 4656 God and Math highly recommended)  3 
MATH 331 or 341  3  HIST 200 or POSC 225 (fulfills History Core Curriculum requirement)  3 
MATH Elective (upperdivision)  3  LEDU 433^{1}  2 
Fine Arts (see Core Curriculum)  3  LEDU 438  3 
Philosophy (see Core Curriculum)  3  LEDU 450 & LEDU 452^{2}  0 
MATH Elective (upperdivision)  3  
18  17  
Total Credits 128 
 ^{ 1 }
Students who wish to meet the requirements to waive the subject matter competency requirement for a California teaching credential must pass all required major courses with a grade of C or above as well as a B or above in LEDU 433.
 ^{ 2 }
Students who wish to complete student teaching as an undergraduate must meet with an advisor. It is possible to complete LEDU 450/LEDU 452 prior to graduation if the Foreign Language requirement has already been met and coursework is taken during summer sessions. Crosslisted as SEED 514/SEED 515 at the graduate level.
NOTE: The course sequence table is designed by the major department and is one way that the classes will work out properly in sequence for your major. However, there are alternative or flexible ways to rotate some of the classes within the same year/level and sometimes between year levels. Please contact your major department advisor to discuss flexible alternatives in scheduling the sequence of your classes.
Taking coursework during the summer session may also be an option to accelerate your degree path.
See Core Curriculum Program section for a list of approved Core Curriculum courses.
 Actuarial Science
 Applied Mathematics
 Computer Science
 Pure Mathematics
 Secondary Instruction
 Statistics and Data Science
Mathematics, B.S. Actuarial Science (MACT)
First Year  

Fall  Credits  Spring  Credits 
HNRS 101  4  HNRS 105  4 
HNRS 102  4  HNRS 106  4 
GNST 102  1  CSCI 105  3 
KNES 107  1  MATH 151  4 
MATH 150  4  MATH 204  3 
MATH 190  3  
17  18  
Second Year  
Fall  Credits  Spring  Credits 
HNRS 210  4  HNRS 230  4 
HNRS 215  4  HNRS 231  4 
BUSN 201  3  BUSN 202  3 
MATH 250  4  MATH 305 or 315  3 
MATH 291  3  Foreign Language (see Core Curriculum)  4 
18  18  
Third Year  
Fall  Credits  Spring  Credits 
HNRS 324  4  HNRS 337  4 
HNRS 326  2  HNRS 339  2 
BUSN 211  3  BUSN 212  3 
BUSN 370  3  MATH 305 or 315  3 
MATH 331  3  MATH 332 or 333  3 
MATH 370  1  MATH 370  1 
16  16  
Fourth Year  
Fall  Credits  Spring  Credits 
HNRS 443  4  HNRS 458  4 
ENGL 313  3  BBST 465 (BBST 4656 God and Math highly recommended)  3 
MATH Elective (upperdivision)  3  MATH 333 or 332  3 
Science (see Core Curriculum)  3  MATH 335  3 
KNES Activity (see Core Curriculum)  1  
13  14  
Total Credits 130 
Note: Those that took at least 2 years of a foreign language in high school need not take a foreign language class. At most 8 credits may be obtained through KNES classes; at most 8 credits may be obtained through applied music classes.
Mathematics, B.S. Applied Mathematics (MAAP)
First Year  

Fall  Credits  Spring  Credits 
HNRS 101  4  HNRS 105  4 
HNRS 102  4  HNRS 106  4 
GNST 102  1  CSCI 105  3 
MATH 150  4  MATH 151  4 
Foreign Language (see Core Curriculum)  4  MATH 204  3 
17  18  
Second Year  
Fall  Credits  Spring  Credits 
HNRS 210  4  HNRS 230  4 
HNRS 215  4  HNRS 231  4 
MATH 250  4  MATH 305 or 315  3 
MATH 291  3  Science (see Core Curriculum)  3 
15  14  
Third Year  
Fall  Credits  Spring  Credits 
HNRS 324  4  HNRS 337  4 
HNRS 326  2  HNRS 339  2 
KNES 107  1  ENGL 313  3 
KNES Activity (see Core Curriculum)  1  MATH 305 or 315  3 
MATH 321 or 331  3  MATH 332 or 333  3 
MATH 370  1  MATH 370  1 
12  16  
Fourth Year  
Fall  Credits  Spring  Credits 
HNRS 443  4  HNRS 458  4 
MATH 321 or 331  3  BBST 465 (BBST 4656 God and Math highly recommended)  3 
MATH Elective (upperdivision)  3  MATH 332 or 333  3 
General Elective  3  MATH 335 or 440  3 
General Elective  2  
13  15  
Total Credits 120 
Note: Those that took at least 2 years of a foreign language in high school may replace the foreign language requirement with general elective credit. At most 8 credits may be obtained through KNES classes; at most 8 credits may be obtained through applied music classes.
Mathematics, B.S. Computer Science (MACS)
First Year  

Fall  Credits  Spring  Credits 
HNRS 101  4  HNRS 105  4 
HNRS 102  4  HNRS 106  4 
CSCI 105  3  CSCI 106  3 
GNST 102  1  MATH 151  4 
MATH 150  4  MATH 204  3 
16  18  
Second Year  
Fall  Credits  Spring  Credits 
HNRS 210  4  HNRS 230  4 
HNRS 215  4  HNRS 231  4 
MATH 250  4  CSCI 220  3 
MATH 291  3  MATH 305 or 315  3 
15  14  
Third Year  
Fall  Credits  Spring  Credits 
HNRS 324  4  HNRS 337  4 
HNRS 326  2  HNRS 339  2 
CSCI 400  3  ENGL 313  3 
MATH 370  1  MATH 305 or 315  3 
Foreign Language (see Core Curriculum)  4  MATH 370  1 
Science (see Core Curriculum)  3  
14  16  
Fourth Year  
Fall  Credits  Spring  Credits 
HNRS 443  4  HNRS 458  4 
MATH 321, 331, 332, or 333  3  BBST 465 (BBST 4656 God and Math highly recommended)  3 
MATH/CSCI Elective (upperdivision)  3  MATH 321, 331, 332, or 333  3 
MATH/CSCI Elective (upperdivision)  3  MATH/CSCI Elective (upperdivision)  3 
KNES 107  1  KNES Activity (see Core Curriculum)  1 
14  14  
Total Credits 121 
Note: Those that took at least 2 years of a foreign language in high school may replace the foreign language requirement with general elective credit. At most 8 credits may be obtained through KNES classes; at most 8 credits may be obtained through applied music classes.
Mathematics, B.S. Pure Mathematics (MAPM)
First Year  

Fall  Credits  Spring  Credits 
HNRS 101  4  HNRS 105  4 
HNRS 102  4  HNRS 106  4 
GNST 102  1  CSCI 105  3 
MATH 150  4  MATH 151  4 
Foreign Language (see Core Curriculum)  4  MATH 204  3 
17  18  
Second Year  
Fall  Credits  Spring  Credits 
HNRS 210  4  HNRS 230  4 
HNRS 215  4  HNRS 231  4 
MATH 250  4  MATH 305 or 315  3 
MATH 291  3  Science (see Core Curriculum)  3 
15  14  
Third Year  
Fall  Credits  Spring  Credits 
HNRS 324  4  HNRS 337  4 
HNRS 326  2  HNRS 339  2 
KNES 107  1  ENGL 313  3 
MATH 331  3  MATH 305 or 315  3 
MATH 370  1  MATH 370  1 
KNES Activity (see Core Curriculum)  1  MATH Elective (upperdivision)  3 
12  16  
Fourth Year  
Fall  Credits  Spring  Credits 
HNRS 443  4  HNRS 458  4 
MATH Elective (upperdivision)  3  BBST 465 (BBST 4656 God and Math highly recommended)  3 
MATH Elective (upperdivision)  3  MATH Elective (upperdivision)  3 
General Elective  3  MATH Elective (upperdivision)  3 
General Elective  2  
13  15  
Total Credits 120 
Note: Those that took at least 2 years of a foreign language in high school may replace the foreign language requirement with general elective credit. At most 8 credits may be obtained through KNES classes; at most 8 credits may be obtained through applied music classes.
Mathematics, B.S. Secondary Instruction (MAED)
First Year  

Fall  Credits  Spring  Credits 
HNRS 101  4  HNRS 105  4 
HNRS 102  4  HNRS 106  4 
GNST 102  1  CSCI 105  3 
MATH 150  4  MATH 151  4 
Foreign Language (see Core Curriculum)  4  MATH 204  3 
17  18  
Second Year  
Fall  Credits  Spring  Credits 
HNRS 210  4  HNRS 230  4 
HNRS 215  4  HNRS 231  4 
LEDU 301  3  LEDU 341  3 
MATH 250  4  MATH 305 or 315  3 
MATH 291  3  Science (see Core Curriculum)  3 
18  17  
Third Year  
Fall  Credits  Spring  Credits 
HNRS 324  4  HNRS 337  4 
HNRS 326  2  HNRS 339  2 
LEDU 425  3  KNES 107  1 
MATH 331 or 341  3  LEDU 330  3 
MATH 370  1  MATH 305 or 315  3 
MATH 415  3  MATH 318 or 332  3 
MATH 370  1  
16  17  
Fourth Year  
Fall  Credits  Spring  Credits 
HNRS 443  4  HNRS 458  4 
ENGL 313  3  BBST 465 (BBST 4656 God and Math highly recommended)  3 
MATH 331 or 341  3  LEDU 433^{1}  2 
MATH Elective (upperdivision)  3  LEDU 438  3 
PSYC 200 (required)  3  MATH Elective (upperdivision)  3 
KNES Activity (see Core Curriculum)  1  
17  15  
Total Credits 135 
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Students who wish to meet the requirements to waive the subject matter competency requirement for a California teaching credential must pass all required major courses with a grade of C or above as well as a B or above in LEDU 433.
Note: Those that took at least 2 years of a foreign language in high school need not take a foreign language class. At most 8 credits may be obtained through KNES classes; at most 8 credits may be obtained through applied music classes. LEDU 433 must be taken concurrently with LEDU 438. In addition to the listed classes, LEDU 450 and LEDU 452 (12 credits) are required for a teaching credential.
Mathematics, B.S. Statistics and Data Science (MASD)
First Year  

Fall  Credits  Spring  Credits 
HNRS 101  4  HNRS 105  4 
HNRS 102  4  HNRS 106  4 
GNST 102  1  CSCI 105  3 
MATH 150  4  MATH 151  4 
Foreign Language (see Core Curriculum)  4  MATH 204  3 
17  18  
Second Year  
Fall  Credits  Spring  Credits 
HNRS 210  4  HNRS 230  4 
HNRS 215  4  HNRS 231  4 
MATH 250  4  CSCI 106  3 
MATH 291  3  KNES 107  1 
MATH 305 or 315  3  
15  15  
Third Year  
Fall  Credits  Spring  Credits 
HNRS 324  4  HNRS 337  4 
HNRS 326  2  HNRS 339  2 
MATH 331  3  ENGL 313  3 
MATH 380 or 319  3  MATH 305 or 315  3 
MATH 332  3  
MATH 370  1  
12  16  
Fourth Year  
Fall  Credits  Spring  Credits 
HNRS 443  4  HNRS 458  4 
CSCI 305, 306, 402, 440, BUSN 432, or MATH 319  3  BBST 465 (BBST 4656 God and Math highly recommended)  3 
MATH 318  3  MATH 470  1 
Science (see Core Curriculum)  3  KNES Activity (see Core Curriculum)  1 
General Elective  3  
General Elective  2  
13  14  
Total Credits 120 
Note: Those that took at least 2 years of a foreign language in high school may replace the foreign language requirement with general elective credit. At most 8 credits may be obtained through KNES classes; at most 8 credits may be obtained through applied music classes.