# Bi-disciplinary Mathematics, B.A.

## Faculty Advisor

- Brigitte Lahme (email lahme@sonoma.edu for appointment)

## Program Information

For more information, please consult Bi-disciplinary Mathematics Concentration in the Catalog.

This B.A. concentration allows a student to combine mathematics with another discipline.

### Major Requirements

- MATH 161 - Differential and Integral Calculus I
**Unit(s):**4 - MATH 211 - Differential and Integral Calculus II
**Unit(s):**4 - Math 470 - Mathematical and Statistical Modeling (211; UDGE B; F);
**Unit(s):**4

### 18 additional units

*18 additional units selected from the following list, including a minimum of 10 at the upper-division level:*

- Math 165 (Elem. Applied Stats.) 4
- Math 250 (Probability and Stats.) 2
- Math 175 (M*A*T*H Colloquium) 1
- Math 180 (Computing for Math & Science) 2
- Math 220 (Reasoning and Proof) 4
- or Math 142 (Discrete Structures) 3
- Math 222 (Elem.Applied Linear Algebra) 3
- Math 241 (Lin. Algebra w/ Apps in DE) 4
- Math 261 (Multivariable Calculus) 4
- Math 265 (Interm. Applied Stats with R) 4
- Math 306 (Number Theory) 4
- Math 308 (College Geometry) 4
- Math 310 (History of Mathematics) 4
- Math 316 (Graph Theory and Combinatorics) 4
- or Math 416 (Adv. GT and Combinatorics) 4
- Math 320 (Abstract Algebra I) 4
- Math 322 (Linear Algebra) 4
- Math 330 (Techniques of Problem Solving) 1
- Math 340 (Real Analysis I) 4
- Math 345 (Probability Theory) 4
- Math 352 (Numerical Analysis) 4
- Math 375 (M*A*T*H Colloquium) 1
- Math 418 (Topology) 4
- Math 420 (Abstract Algebra II) 4
- Math 430 (Linear Systems Theory) 3
- Math 431 (Applied Partial Differential Eqns) 4 Math 440 (Real Analysis II) 4
- Math 445 (Mathematical Stats and OR) 4
- Math 460 (Complex Analysis) 4
- Math 465 (Exp Design and Regression) 4
- Math 485 (Selected Topics) 1-3

### Concentration

A minimum of 22 additional units in another program, at least 12 at the upper-division level, chosen in consultation with and approved by the Mathematics and Statistics Department Chair. Preferably these courses will be part of another major.

### Units

**Total units in Bi-disciplinary Mathematics program: 52**

**Note: This plan is effective 2023. If you opted into the Bi-Disciplinary plan before 2023, please consult with your advisor. Even though it is possible to complete this major with only 26 upper division units, ALL students are required to complete a minimum of 40 upper division units, including GE, the major, and electives, for graduation.**