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The general mathematics emphasis allows for the most flexibility within B.A. degree as it can allow for you to double major in a different field or move on to graduate school, and generally is for those whose career ambitions do not involve secondary teaching.

Transferring to Fresno Pacific

Associate Degree for Transfer (ADT) Information

Mathematics (AS-T) to Mathematics: General Mathematics Emphasis, B.A.

BA courses fulfilled through ADT:

  • All lower-division General Education requirements fulfilled
  • BA co-requisites and major courses fulfilled through ADT:
    • MATH 210   Calculus I (4)
    • MATH 220   Calculus II (4)
    • MATH 230   Calculus III (4)
  • This program is offered as daytime traditional

ADT Guarantee is the completion of BA/BS degree in 68 units

Course listing

Note: Emphasis courses are additional courses that are to be completed alongside the general education and parent program requirements as dictated by the Fresno Pacific University catalog. Please review the course requirements for baccalaureate programs and the general education summary in the Undergraduate Academic Catalog.

Electives (24 Units)

Select eight of the following

Advanced Electives

Must select two or more from the following

MATH 330Abstract Algebra3
MATH 415Advanced Applied Mathematics3
MATH 418Fourier Analysis3
MATH 480History of Mathematics3

Other Electives

Select additional courses to meet the total requirements

MATH 320Principles of Geometry3
MATH 325Introduction to Topology3
MATH 340Number Theory3
MATH 345Numerical Analysis3
MATH 350Problem Solving3
MATH 357Operations Research3
MATH 365Differential Equations3
MATH 370Discrete Mathematics3
MATH 375Introduction to Game Theory3

Program director

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Shawn Wirts, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Program Director, Mathematics B.A.


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Ron Pratt, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Program Director, Applied Mathematics B.S.

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Manjula Peter Joseph, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Mathematics Education