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Undergraduate Program

The Department offers a B.S. in mathematics with five possible concentrations, in addition to minors in mathematics and applied statistics. The concentrations for the bachelor's degree are applied mathematics, economics, statistics, theoretical mathematics, and teaching mathematics. For information regarding requirements for the major or minor, please visit our advising page.

The Applied Mathematics Concentration prepares students for careers in the mathematical sciences, and includes courses in ordinary and partial differential equations, numerical and complex analysis, and probability and statistics. The Economics Concentration includes courses in algebra, real analysis, and probability and statistics, together with applications of microeconomics, macroeconomics, and econometrics. The Statistics Concentration includes courses in modern methods in applied statistics, regression analysis, analysis of variance and experimental design, probability theory, and mathematical statistics. The Teaching Concentration includes courses in geometry, algebra, probability and statistics; contact with teaching faculty and experiences gained through student presentations in discussion and activity periods. The Theoretical Concentration focuses on graduate school preparation and includes advanced algebra, real and complex analysis, probability and statistics. 

For roadmap's to graduation, please visit our advising page.

For more details about the program, see the following:

Department of Mathematics

California State University, Bakersfield
9001 Stockdale Highway
Bakersfield, CA  93311-1022  

Phone:  (661) 654-3151
Fax: (661) 654-2039
Office: Science III, Room 228