Non-Calculus Courses | Calculus Sequences

The courses that satisfy the general education requirement in the mathematical sciences present broadly applicable techniques for formulating, analyzing, and solving problems, and for evaluating proposed solutions. Options to complete this requirement include some Computer Science, Statistics, and Mathematics offerings, including calculus.

Students may select from the following lists of courses.

### Non-Calculus Courses

All non-calculus options may be taken individually or, when available, as a sequence. These courses may also be combined to fulfill 200 units of general education requirements (i.e., MATH 11200 and STAT 20000). Students who satisfy the requirement with something other than calculus will take 100 or 200 units of approved non-calculus course work. If only 100 units are used for the mathematical sciences requirement, an additional 100 units will be taken in either the physical or biological sciences categories (for a total of 300 units).

CMSC 10200 | Introduction to Programming for the World Wide Web II | 100 |

CMSC 11000-11100 | Multimedia Programming as an Interdisciplinary Art I-II | 200 |

CMSC 15100-15200 | Introduction to Computer Science I-II | 200 |

CMSC 16100-16200 | Honors Introduction to Computer Science I-II | 200 |

MATH 11200-11300 | Studies in Mathematics I-II | 200 |

One of the following courses: ^{#} | 100 | |

Elementary Statistics | ||

Statistical Methods and Applications |

^ | Credit may be granted by examination. |

# | Statistics AP credit may not be used in combination with a calculus course, with STAT 20000 Elementary Statistics, or with STAT 22000 Statistical Methods and Applications. Students may not receive credit for both STAT 20000 and STAT 22000. |

### Calculus Sequences

Students must meet the mathematical sciences requirement with the first two quarters of a calculus sequence if they are preparing for the health professions or if they anticipate majors in the Physical or Biological Sciences, Economics, Psychology, or Public Policy Studies. Other restrictions may apply. Students should consult their College adviser or departmental counselor about course choices. Those who take calculus must earn credit for the first two quarters of a calculus sequence (200 units).

Information regarding calculus placement can be found on the Examination Credit page.

MATH 13100-13200 | Elementary Functions and Calculus I-II | 200 |

MATH 15100-15200 | Calculus I-II ^{^} | 200 |

MATH 16110 & 16210 | Honors Calculus I (IBL) and Honors Calculus II (IBL) | 200 |

MATH 16100-16200 | Honors Calculus I-II | 200 |

^ | Credit may be granted by examination. |