B.A. Effective Fall 1997
B.S. Effective Winter 2012
This major is designed for students with a substantial interest in Mathematics and its applications to a particular field such as Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Cognitive Science, Computer Science, Economics, Management Science, and Engineering. This curriculum is subject to the general requirements for all math majors outlined under major programs. This major is not intended for students planning to go to graduate school in Mathematics.
All courses used to satisfy major requirements must be taken for a letter grade, and must be completed with a C or better.
Lower Division Requirements
1.  One of the following sequences: 
a. Math 20ABCDEF
Calculus, Linear Algebra, Differential Equations 

b. Math 31AHBHCH, 20D
Honors Calculus, Linear Algebra, Differential Equations 
CSE 8A/ALB  Introduction to Computer Science: Java  
CSE 11  Introduction to Computer Science: Java (Accelerated Pace)  
ECE 15  Engineering Computation 
Upper Division Requirements
Math 109  Mathematical Reasoning
(students completing Math 31CH may replace Math 109 with a 4unit Upperdivision Math elective) 

2.  Math 102  Applied Linear Algebra 
or  
Math 170A  Numerical Linear Algebra 
3.  Math 140AB Foundations of Real Analysis
or Math 142AB Introduction to Analysis 
4.  Any twoquarter upperdivision Math sequence (8 units) 
5.  Any other upper division Math courses numbered 100 to 194 for at least a total of seven upperdivision mathematics courses (28 units) 
6.  Applied Science: seven additional upper division courses, at least three of which require calculus as a prerequisite, selected from one or two other departments. 
Source: math.ucsd.edu
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