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A.B. Major Requirements:

 
UNITS
Preparatory Subject Matter
43-50
Mathematics 12 (or high school equivalent) 0-3
Mathematics 21A, 21B, 21C, 21D, 22B, 25 23
One of the following two options: (a) Mathematics 22A and 108 OR (b) Mathematics 67 4-7
Computer Science 30 or Engineering 6 4
Mathematics 22AL or equivalent MATLAB knowledge 0-1
Additional non-Mathematics courses chosen from natural sciences 12
NOTE: Basic knowledge of MATLAB is required for both Mathematics 67 and 22A. Students can learn it on their own, enroll in Engineering 6, Mechanical Engineering 5 or in the one unit course Mathematics 22AL (can be taken concurrently).
Depth Subject Matter
37-42
A. Entry Level (Optional) 0-4
Suggested choice; one course from: Mathematics 108, 114, 115A, 141, 145
B. Core 16
Mathematics 125A 4
Mathematics 125B 4
Mathematics 135A 4
Mathematics 150A 4
C. Choose one Plan from the following two; up to 4 of these 18 units may be approved upper division courses outside of the Department of Mathematics with extensive use of mathematics 18
Plan 1: General Mathematics
Additional upper division mathematics units selected in consultation with and subject to approval of an adviser 18
Plan 2: Secondary Teaching
Mathematics 111 4
Mathematics 115A 4
Mathematics 141 4
Additional upper division mathematics units selected in consultation with and subject to approval of an adviser 6
NOTE: Students who wish to satisfy the single subject matter waiver for the teaching credential should see an adviser as early as possible.
D. Capstone Course: Mathematics 189 or 192 (Internship in Applied Mathematics or 194 (Undergraduate Thesis) or 180 (Special Topics) or an approved substitute in consultation with the Undergraduate Vice Chair 3-4
Total Units for the Major
80-92
Applied Mathematics

B.S. Major Requirements:

 
UNITS
Preparatory Subject Matter
42-52
Mathematics 12 (or high school equivalent) 0-3
Mathematics 21A, 21B, 21C, 21D, 22B, 25 23
One of the following two options: (a) Mathematics 22A and 108 OR (b) Mathematics 67 4-7
Mathematics 22AL or equivalent basic knowledge of MATLAB 0-1
Computer Science 30, 40 8
One two-quarter sequence from Physics 9A-9B; Biological Sciences 2A-2B; Chemistry 2A-2B; Economics 1A-1B; Statistics 32, 100; or other applied preparatory courses approved by your adviser 7-10
NOTE: Basic knowledge of MATLAB is required for both Mathematics 67 and 22A. Students can learn it on their own, enroll in Engineering 6, Mechanical Engineering 5 or in the one unit course Mathematics 22AL (can be taken concurrently).
Depth Subject Matter
51-56
A. Entry Level (Optional) 0-4
Suggested choice; one course from: Mathematics 108, 114, 115A, 141, 145
B. Core 32
Mathematics 150A 4
Mathematics 135A 4
Mathematics 125A 4
Mathematics 125B 4
Mathematics 119A 4
Mathematics 185A 4
Choose any two from the following: Mathematics 128A; 128B; 128C 8
C. Enrichment Courses 16
1. Choice of three courses from: Mathematics, between Mathematics 111 and Mathematics 185B (excluding Mathematics 180) worth at least four units each 12
2. One approved upper division course outside the Department of Mathematics with extensive use of mathematics 4
D. Capstone Course: Mathematics 189 or 192 (Internship in Applied Mathematics) or 194 (Undergraduate Thesis) or 180 (Special Topics) or an approved substitute in consultation with the Undergraduate Vice Chair 3-4
Total Units for the Major
93-108
Mathematics

B.S. Major Requirements:

 
UNITS
Preparatory Subject Matter
34-42
Mathematics 12 (or high school equivalent) 0-3
Mathematics 21A, 21B, 21C, 21D, 22B, 25 23
One of the following two options: (a) Mathematics 22A and 108, OR (b) Mathematics 67 4-7
Computer Science 30 or Engineering 6 4
Physics 9A (Plans 1) or one course from: Physics 7A, 9A, Statistics 13, 32, 100 (Plan 2) 3-5
NOTE: Basic knowledge of MATLAB is required in both Mathematics 67 and 22A. Students can learn it on their own, enroll in Engineering 6, Mechanical Engineering 5 or in the one unit course Mathematics 22AL (can be taken concurrently).
Depth Subject Matter
51-56
Choose one plan from the following two:
Plan 1: General Mathematics
A. Entry Level (Optional) 0-4
Suggested choices: one course from: Mathematics 108, 114, 115A, 141, 145
B. Core 28
Mathematics 150A 4
Mathematics 150B 4
Mathematics 150C 4
Mathematics 135A 4
Mathematics 125A 4
Mathematics 125B 4
Mathematics 185A 4
C. Enrichment 20
Choice of five courses from Mathematics, between Mathematics 111 and Mathematics 185B (excluding Mathematics 180) worth at least four units each. Up to four units can be approved upper division units outside the Department of Mathematics with extensive use of mathematics.
D. Capstone Course: Mathematics 189 or 192 (Internship in Applied Mathematics or 194 (Undergraduate Thesis) or 180 (Special Topics) or an approved substitute in consultation with the Undergraduate Vice Chair 3-4
Plan 2: Mathematics for Secondary Teaching
A. Entry Level (Optional) 0-4
Suggested choice; one course from: Mathematics 108, 114, 145
B. Core 28
Mathematics 150A 4
Mathematics 135A 4
Mathematics 125A 4
Mathematics 125B 4
Mathematics 111 4
Mathematics 115A 4
Mathematics 141 4
C. Enrichment 20
Choice of five courses from Mathematics, between Mathematics 111 and Mathematics 185B (excluding Mathematics 180) worth at least four units each. Up to four units can be approved upper division units outside the Department of Mathematics with extensive use of mathematics.
D. Capstone Course: Mathematics 189 or 192 (Internship in Applied Mathematics) or 194 (Undergraduate Thesis) or 180 (Special Topics) or an approved substitute in consultation with the Undergraduate Vice Chair 3-4
Total Units for the Major
85-98
Mathematical Analytics and Operations Research

B.S. Major Requirements:

Preparatory Subject Matter
43-50
Mathematics 12 (or high school equivalent) 0-3
Mathematics 21A, 21B, 21C, 21D, 22B, 25 23
One of the following two options:
a) Mathematics 22A and 108
OR
b) Mathematics 67
4-7
Mathematics 22AL or equivalent basic knowledge of MATLAB 0-1
Computer Science 30 4
Economics 1A, 1B 8
Statistics 32 or 100 4
NOTE: Basic knowledge of MATLAB is required for both 22A and 67. Students can learn it on their own; enroll in Engineering 6, Mechanical Engineering 5, or in the one unit course Mathematics 22AL (can be taken concurrently).
Depth Subject Matter
51-55
A. Entry Level (Optional) 0-4
Choices: 1 course from Mathematics 108, 114, 115A, 141, 145
B. Core 35
Mathematics 125A, 125B 8
Mathematics 128A 4
Mathematics 135A, 135B 8
Mathematics 150A 4
Mathematics 160 4
Mathematics 168 4
Mathematics 189 3
C. Enrichment Courses 16
1. Choice of 2 courses from Mathematics 114, 118A, 118B, 118C, 119A, 119B, 128B, 133,145, 165, 167; Statistics 131B, 131C, 137 8
2. Choice of 2 courses from Economics 100, 121A, 121B, 122, 134, 140, 145; Agricultural and Resource Economics 155, 156, 157 8
Total Units for the Major
94-105
Mathematical and Scientific Computation

B.S. Major Requirements:

 
UNITS
Preparatory Subject Matter
35-42
Mathematics 12 (or high school equivalent) 0-3
Mathematics 21A, 21B, 21C or Mathematics 17A, 17B, 17C; 21D, 22B, 25 23
One of the following two options: (a) Mathematics 22A and 108 OR (b) Mathematics 67 4-7
Mathematics 22AL or equivalent basic knowledge of MATLAB 0-1
Computer Science 30, 40 8
NOTE: Basic knowledge of MATLAB is required in both Mathematics 67 and 22A. Students can learn it on their own, enroll in Engineering 6, Mechanical Engineering 5 or in the one unit course Mathematics 22AL (can be taken concurrently).
Depth Subject Matter
51-56
A. Entry Level (Optional) 0-4
Suggested choice; one course from: Mathematics 108, 114, 115A, 141, 145
B. Core 28
Mathematics 150A 4
Mathematics 135A 4
Mathematics 125A 4
Mathematics 125B 4
Mathematics 128A 4
Mathematics 128B 4
Mathematics 128C 4
C. Enrichment 12
1. Choice of two courses from: Mathematics 118A, 118B, 118C, 119A, 119B, 129, 133, 167, 185A 8
2. Choice of one course from: Mathematics 111, 114, 115A, 116, 135B, 141, 145, 146, 147, 148, 150B, 165 4
D. Choose one Emphasis from the following two: 8
Computational and Mathematical Biology Emphasis
Mathematics 124 4
One approved upper division course in Biology 4
Computational and Mathematics Emphasis
Mathematics 168 4
One approved upper division course involving extensive computation or theory of computation 4
E. Capstone Course: Mathematics 189 or 192 (Internship in Applied Mathematics or 194 (Undergraduate Thesis) or 180 (Special Topics) or an approved substitute in consultation with the Undergraduate Vice Chair 3-4
Total Units for the Major
86-98
Recommended Language Preparation. Bachelor of Science degree candidates are advised, but not required, to satisfy the same language requirement as that for a Bachelor of Arts degree candidate, and to fulfill it in French, German, or Russian.
Major Advisers. For a current list of faculty and staff advisers, contact the Student Services office at studentservices@math.ucdavis.edu, or see https://www.math.ucdavis.edu/undergrad/advising/advisers/.
Depth Subject Matter Requirements. Certain mathematically oriented courses given by other departments are admissible in partial satisfaction of the depth subject matter requirements with prior departmental approval. Up to three units of Mathematics 194 may be counted toward the depth subject matter requirements. Additionally, up to three units of Mathematics 198 or Mathematics 199, can be counted.
Statement of Objectives. As early as possible, but no later than the last quarter of the sophomore year or no later than the beginning of the first quarter of the junior year for transfer students, each prospective mathematics major, in consultation with a faculty adviser, should file a formal program of study in one of the majors offered in mathematics. Forms to be used for this are available on our website or from the Department office. Failure to file a formal program could lead to a delay in graduation.
Information for Undergraduates. Assistance in planning an undergraduate major program in mathematics is available on our website, as well as by consulting a faculty adviser. Information about the Department's faculty advisers can be found on our website.
Mathematics Placement Requirement. Students who wish to enroll in Mathematics 12, 16A, 17A, 21A, 21AH, and 36 must satisfy the mathematics placement requirement by taking an online exam. Students who do not satisfy the requirement will be administratively dropped from these courses. For more information, including preparation tips and how to access the online exam, please see the Department of Mathematics' website, at http://www.math.ucdavis.edu/undergrad/math_placement, well in advance of enrolling.
Department Honors. Students who have completed at least 135 units with a minimum GPA of 3.500 in courses counted towards their major will be considered for Department Honors.
Students who meet the minimum GPA requirement for honors at graduation for the College of Letters and Science and who complete a senior project as part of Math 194 or 199 units in consultation with their faculty adviser may also be recommended by the department for graduation with High Honors or Highest Honors. Recommendations will be based on evaluations of students' academic achievements in their major and the quality of their senior project. For complete details, see our website at http://www.math.ucdavis.edu.

Minor Program Requirements:

 
UNITS
Mathematics
20
Upper division units in mathematics; exclusive of Mathematics 192, 197TC, 198, 199 20
Teaching Credential Subject Representative. Ali Dad-del
Graduate Study. The Department offers programs of study and research leading to the M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in Mathematics. Information regarding graduate study may be obtained by consulting our website, and by sending an email to studentservices@math.ucdavis.edu.
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