What math you need depends on your major.
[Accounting]
[Business Admin.]
[Biology]
[Chemistry]
[Computer Science]
[Economics]
[Finance]
[Int'l Business]
[Liberal Arts/Teacher ed.]
[Nutrition]
[Psychology]
[Sociology]
[Sports Medicine]
[3/2 Engineering]
[Other]
Like all majors in the business division, the
Accounting requirements specify the following courses from the math
department:
and the following math courses from the business division:
Any of the above will satisfy the math general education requirement for
Seaver College. Math 150, or a 3 or better on the AP Calculus AB or BC test
will substitute for Math 140.
Like all majors in the business division, the
Business Administration requirements specify the following courses from
the math department:
and the following math courses from the business division:
Any of the above will satisfy the math general education requirement for
Seaver College. Math 150, or a 3 or better on the AP Calculus AB or BC test
will substitute for Math 140
The
Bachelor of Science in Biology requires Math 150 (Calculus I) and
Math 316 (Biostatistics). A score
of 3 or higher on the AP Calculus AB or BC will substitute for Math 150.
Note that AP Statistics does not waive Math 316.
Any of the above will satisfy the math general education requirement for
Seaver College.
The
Bachelor of Arts in Biology requires Math 103 (College Algebra),
Math 104 (Trigonometry), and Math 316 (Biostatistics). An SAT score of
600 or higher, or a score of 3 or higher on the AP Calculus AB or BC
test will qualify the student to waive Math 103 and Math 104. Note
that AP Statistics does not waive Math 316.
Any of the above will satisfy the math general education requirement for
Seaver College.
The
Bachelor of Science in Chemistry requires Math 150 (Calculus I),
Math 151 (Calculus II) and Math 250 (Calculus III). A score
of 3 or higher on the AP Calculus AB will substitute for Math 150,
and a score of 3 or higher on the AP Calculus BC will substitute for Math 150
and Math 151.
Any of the above will satisfy the math general education requirement for
Seaver College.
The
Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry requires Math 150 (Calculus I). A
score of 3 or higher on the AP Calculus AB or BC will substitute for
Math 150.
Any of the above will satisfy the math general education requirement for
Seaver College.
The
Computer Science/Math major involves the following math courses:
A score of 3 or higher on the AP Calculus AB will substitute for Math 150,
and a score of 3 or higher on the AP Calculus BC will substitute for Math 150
and Math 151.
Any of the above will satisfy the math general education requirement for
Seaver College.
The
economics program requires Math 140 (Calculus for Business) and
Econ 310 (Statistics). Math 150, or a 3 or better on the AP Calculus
AB or BC test will substitute for Math 140.
Like all majors in the business division, the
Finance requirements specify the following courses from
the math department:
and the following math courses from the business division:
Any of the above will satisfy the math general education requirement for
Seaver College. Math 150, or a 3 or better on the AP Calculus AB or BC test
will substitute for Math 140.
Like all majors in the business division, the
International Business requirements specify the following courses from
the math department:
and the following math courses from the business division:
Any of the above will satisfy the math general education requirement for
Seaver College. Math 150, or a 3 or better on the AP Calculus AB or BC test
will substitute for Math 140.
Majors in the Liberal Arts/Teacher Ed. program must take
 Math 270: Foundations of Elementary Mathematics I
 Math 271: Foundations of Elementary Mathematics II
For liberal arts majors, this may be used to satisfy the general education
requirement. Many other math classes may be substituted for this requirement.
The
Nutrition program requires Math 103 (Trigonometry) and Math 316
(Statistics). A 600 or higher on the SAT, or a score of 3 or higher on the
AP Calculus AB or BC test will waive the Trigonometry requirement. Note
that AP Statistics does not waive the Math 316 requirement.
Any of the above will satisfy the math general education requirement for
Seaver College.
The
Psychology program requires Psyc 250 (Statistics) offered by the
Psychology department. Note that AP Statistics does not waive the
Psyc 250 requirement.
Any of the above will satisfy the math general education requirement for
Seaver College.
The
Sociology program requires Soc 250 (Statistics) offered by the Sociology
department. Note that AP Statistics does not waive the Soc 250
requirement.
Any of the above will satisfy the math general education requirement for
Seaver College.
The
Bachelor of Science in Sports Medicine requires Math 150 (Calculus I) and
Math 316 (Biostatistics). A score
of 3 or higher on the AP Calculus AB or BC will substitute for Math 150.
Note that AP Statistics does not waive Math 316.
Any of the above will satisfy the math general education requirement for
Seaver College.
The
3/2 Engineering program
requires Math 150
(Calculus I),
Math 151 (Calculus II) and Math 250 (Calculus III). A score
of 3 or higher on the AP Calculus AB will substitute for Math 150,
and a score of 3 or higher on the AP Calculus BC will substitute for Math 150
and Math 151.
Any of the above will satisfy the math general education requirement for
Seaver College.
Students interested in computer engineering must also take Math 260 (Linear
Algebra), and Math 320 (Transition to Abstract Mathematics).
Students interested in mechanical, environmental, electrical, or civil
engineering must also take Math 260 (Linear Algebra), MATH 340
(Differential equations), and Math 320 (Transition to Abstract
Mathematics).
Other majors do not require mathematics, but there is a
General Education Requirement in mathematics.
