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California State University, Stanislaus
The Department of Mathematics offers the degrees Bachelor of Arts, and Bachelor of Science, Mathematics. Both degree programs can be used to acquire preparation for various careers in business, education, government, and industry. Both degree pro-grams can be used to acquire preparation for advanced study in mathematics and/or its applications. The Bachelor of Science degree program is oriented more towards the various applications of mathematics. In addition, the department offers a minor in Mathematics.
The degree programs presuppose seven semesters of high school level mathematics: algebra (2 years), plane geometry (1 year), and trigonometry (1/2 year); solid geometry and physics are desirable. Deficiencies may be made up by proper selection of courses in the lower division. Recommended courses in lower-division supporting fields are one year of computer science, or economic theory, or general physics with calculus.
Courses in mathematical computing, mathematics, operations research and statistics are designed to provide quality undergraduate training in the mathematical sciences and to serve the needs of majors in mathematics, the natural and social sciences, and other fields. The degree programs of the Department of Mathematics provide preparation for various careers in the mathematical sciences.
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