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Sonoma State University
Mathematics B.A. Concentration in Pure Mathematics

Mathematics is a rapidly growing discipline whose concepts and applications play an ever-increasing part in modern life. Mathematics has always been an essential tool in the physical sciences, and has more recently been applied extensively in such diverse areas as medical and biological research, environmental studies, management science, behavioral and social sciences, statistics, and, of course, computer science. Our basic curriculum is designed to give students the mathematical skills necessary for success in business, industry, government, and teaching, as well as to provide a sound background for continuation of study toward advanced degrees in mathematics, computer science, statistics, and related fields. The B.A. in mathematics provides preparation for teaching, general application of mathematics, and graduate study in mathematics. The bi-disciplinary concentration allows a student to combine mathematics with another discipline. The B.S. in mathematics has a concentration in applied mathematics. This program prepares students for graduate study in mathematics and for work in a variety of other fields: computer science, work in government and industry, biostatistics, actuarial work, and consultative problem-solving in modern industry.

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