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Required CoursesAll students must take the following three courses: | |||
| Algorithms, Computers and Programming I | 3 credits | |
Advanced Calculus I effective spring 2018: course title changes to Mathematical Analysis I | 3 credits | ||
| Linear Algebra and Matrix Methods | 3 credits | |
and may take the following course, depending on the trajectory of their academic career. | |||
Proof Writing for Advanced Calculus * | 1 credit | ||
* Proof Writing for Advanced Calculus is designed for students who want additional exposure to proof writing before enrolling in . It may be used in the mathematics major only if completed as a prerequisite for MTH 4010, and it is not open to students who have credit for one of the following courses: MTH 4000; MTH 4010; MTH 4200; MTH 4210; MTH 4215; MTH 4220; MTH 4240; or MTH 4315. Please consult a faculty advisor in the Department of Mathematics before enrolling in this course. | |||
Students may fulfill their calculus requirements by any one of the following three alternate calculus tracks: Track I: | |||
| Calculus I | 4 credits | |
| Calculus II | 4 credits | |
| Intermediate Calculus | 4 credits | |
or | |||
Multi-Variable and Vector Calculus | 4 credits | ||
or Track II: | |||
| Analytic Geometry and Calculus I | 5 credits | |
| Analytic Geometry and Calculus II | 5 credits | |
or Track III: | |||
| Applied Calculus | 3 credits | |
or | |||
| Applied Calculus and Matrix Applications | 4 credits | |
| Integral Calculus | 4 credits | |
| Analytic Geometry and Calculus II | 5 credits | |
ElectivesAny four 4000-level or 5000-level courses from the following group: | |||
Topology | 3 credits | ||
Advanced Calculus II | 3 credits | ||
| Ordinary Differential Equations | 3 credits | |
| Introduction to Probability | 4 credits | |
Numerical Methods for Differential Equations in Finance | 4 credits | ||
| Introduction to Stochastic Process | 4 credits | |
| Mathematics of Statistics | 4 credits | |
| Computational Methods in Probability | 3 credits | |
| Graph Theory | 3 credits | |
| Mathematical Modeling * | 3 credits | |
| Combinatorics | 3 credits | |
| Theory of Numbers | 3 credits | |
| Elements of Modern Algebra | 3 credits | |
| History of Mathematics | 3 credits | |
| Differential Geometry * | 3 credits | |
| Algorithms, Computers and Programming II * | 3 credits | |
| Methods of Numerical Analysis | 3 credits | |
| Introduction to Mathematical Logic | 3 credits | |
| Fundamental Algorithms | 3 credits | |
| Introductory Financial Mathematics | 4 credits | |
| Advanced Calculus III * | 3 credits | |
| Theory of Functions of a Complex Variable* | 3 credits | |
| Theory of Functions of Real Variables* | 3 credits | |
| Partial Differential Equations and Boundary Value Problems* | 4 credits | |
Stochastic Calculus for Finance | 4 credits | ||
* These courses are offered infrequently, subject to student demand. |
Math Program PrerequisitesBased on placement follow one of the following preliminary calculus options below: | |||
Option 1: | |||
| Calculus I | 4 credits | |
| Calculus II | 4 credits | |
or | |||
Option 2: | |||
| Applied Calculus | 3 credits | |
| Integral Calculus | 4 credits | |
or | |||
Option 3: | |||
Applied Calculus | 3 credits | ||
Integral Calculus | 4 credits | ||
or | |||
Option 4: | |||
Integral Calculus | 4 credits | ||
or | |||
Calculus II | 4 credits | ||
or | |||
Option 5: * | |||
Integral Calculus | 4 credits | ||
and | |||
Infinite Series | 1 credit | ||
And complete one of the following courses: | |||
Intermediate Calculus | 4 credits | ||
or | |||
Analytic Geometry and Calculus II | 5 credits | ||
or | |||
Multi-Variable and Vector Calculus | 4 credits | ||
Business Program Prerequisites | |||
Principles of Accounting | |||
Introduction to Business ** | 3 credits | ||
or | |||
Business Fundamentals: The Contemporary Business Landscape ** | 3 credits | ||
Introduction to Information Systems and Technologies ** | 3 credits | ||
Micro-Economics | 3 credits | ||
Macro-Economics | 3 credits | ||
Business Statistics ** | 3 credits | ||
NOTES: * Students who completed Option 5 (both MTH 3006 and MTH 3007) may register for MTH 3020 or MTH 3050. ** Students who have completed MTH 4120 Introduction to Probability, may be waived from BUS 1000/1011, CIS 2200, and STA 2000. Please consult the Weissman Office of the Associate Dean (WSAS.AssocDean@baruch.cuny.edu; 646-312-3890; NVC 8-265) to request registration permission. | |||
Required Courses | |||
| Algorithms, Computers, and Programming I | 3 credits | |
| Introduction to Probability *** | 4 credits | |
| Theory of Interest | 4 credits | |
| Mathematical Finance | 4 credits | |
| Principles of Finance | 3 credits | |
| Corporate Finance | 3 credits | |
*** Students who have completed cannot enroll in MTH 4120. They must satisfy the probability requirement by registering for as an independent study (please consult the Department of Mathematics). | |||
ElectivesIn addition, one course must be chosen from the following list of electives: | |||
Numerical Methods for Differential Equations in Finance | 4 credits | ||
| Introduction to Stochastic Processes | 4 credits | |
| Mathematics of Statistics | 4 credits | |
| Computational Methods in Probability | 3 credits | |
| Actuarial Mathematics | 4 credits | |
| Actuarial Mathematics II | 4 credits | |
| Short-Term Insurance Mathematics (formerly Risk Theory) | 4 credits | |
Stochastic Calculus for Finance | 4 credits | ||
The following courses are recommended, but not required. They are not applicable toward the major. Intermediate Macro-Economics |
NOTE: Depending on a student's starting mathematics proficiency, this program may require more than 120 credits to complete. | ||
Mathematics Program Prerequisites: | ||
As a preliminary requirement, students must complete the calculus requirement, which may be achieved by any one of the following six methods: | ||
Option 1: | ||
Calculus AP Exam (BC) with a score of 4 or 5 (transfers to Baruch as and ) | 8 credits | |
Multi-Variable and Vector Calculus | 4 credits | |
or | ||
Option 2: | ||
| Calculus AP exam (AB) with a score of 4 or 5 (transfers to Baruch as ) | 4 credits |
Calculus II | 4 credits | |
Multi-Variable and Vector Calculus | 4 credits | |
or | ||
Option 3: | ||
Calculus I | 4 credits | |
Calculus II | 4 credits | |
Multi-Variable and Vector Calculus | 4 credits | |
or | ||
Option 4: | ||
/ | Applied Calculus | 3 credits |
or | ||
Applied Calculus and Matrix Applications | 4 credits | |
and the following three courses: | ||
Integral Calculus | 4 credits | |
Analytic Geometry and Calculus II | 5 credits | |
Vector Calculus * | 1 credit | |
or | ||
Option 5: | ||
/ | Applied Calculus | 3 credits |
Applied Calculus and Matrix Applications | 4 credits | |
and the following three courses: | ||
Integral Calculus | 4 credits | |
Infinite Series | 1 credit | |
Multi-Variable and Vector Calculus * | 4 credits | |
or | ||
Option 6: | ||
Analytic Geometry and Calculus I | 5 credits | |
Analytic Geometry and Calculus II | 5 credits | |
Vector Calculus * | 1 credit | |
Each option also requires: | ||
* | Bridge to Higher Mathematics | 4 credits |
* NOTES:
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Business Program Prerequisites: | ||
Principles of Accounting | 3 credits | |
Micro-Economics | 3 credits | |
Macro-Economics | 3 credits | |
BSFM students are waived from the following FIN 3000 course prerequisites: BUS 1000/1011; CIS 2200; and STA 2000. Please consult the Weissman Office of the Associate Dean (WSAS.AssocDean@baruch.cuny.edu; 646-312-3890; NVC 8-265) to request registration permission. | ||
Required Finance Courses: | ||
Principles of Finance | 3 credits | |
Corporate Finance | 3 credits | |
Required Upper-level Mathematics Courses: | ||
Algorithms, Computers, and Programming I | 3 credits | |
Linear Algebra | 3 credits | |
Numerical Methods for Differential Equations | 4 credits | |
Introduction to Probability * | 4 credits | |
Introduction to Stochastic Processes | 4 credits | |
Mathematics of Statistics | 4 credits | |
Algorithms, Computers, and Programming II | 3 credits | |
Introductory Financial Mathematics | 4 credits | |
Data Analysis and Simulation for Financial Engineers | 4 credits | |
Stochastic Calculus for Finance | 4 credits |
* Students who have completed cannot enroll in MTH 4120. They must satisfy the probability requirement by registering for as an independent study (please consult the Department of Mathematics). |
| College Algebra | 4 hours; 2 credits | |
| Pre-calculus and Elements of Calculus | 4 hours; 3 credits | |
| Mathematics Appreciation | 3 hours; 3 credits | |
| Mathematics and Quantitative Reasoning | 4 hours; 3 credits | |
| Ideas in Mathematics and Their Applications | 4 hours; 3 credits | |
| Applied Calculus | 4 hours; 3 credits | |
| Applied Calculus | 3 hours; 3 credits | |
| Applied Calculus and Matrix Applications | 4 hours; 4 credits | |
| Concepts of Discrete Mathematics | 3 hours; 3 credits | |
| Calculus I | 4 hours; 4 credits | |
| Analytic Geometry and Calculus I | 5 hours; 5 credits | |
| Integral Calculus | 4 hours; 4 credits | |
Infinite Series | 1 hour; 1 credit | ||
| Elementary Calculus II | 4 hours; 4 credits | |
| Intermediate Calculus | 4 hours; 4 credits | |
| Analytic Geometry and Calculus II | 5 hours; 5 credits | |
Vector Calculus | 1 hour; 1 credit | ||
| Actuarial Science Theory and Problem Seminar | 2 hours; 2 credits | |
Multi-Variable and Vector Calculus | 4 hours; 4 credits | ||
| Selected Topics in Discrete Mathematics | 3 hours; 3 credits | |
| Elementary Probability | 3 hours; 3 credits | |
| "Algorithms, Computers, and Programming I" | 4 hours; 3 credits | |
| Actuarial Science Internship | 1 hour; 1 credit | |
| Actuarial Science Internship | 1 hour; 1 credit | |
| Actuarial Science Internship | 1 hour; 1 credit | |
| Actuarial Science Internship | 1 hour; 1 credit | |
| Math Internship | 1 hour; 1 credit | |
| Math Internship | 1 hour; 1 credit | |
| Math Internship | 1 hour; 1 credit | |
| Math Internship | 1 hour; 1 credit | |
Financial Mathematics Internship | 1 hour; 1credit | ||
Financial Mathematics Internship | 1 hour; 1credit | ||
Financial Mathematics Internship | 1 hour; 1credit | ||
Financial Mathematics Internship | 1 hour; 1credit | ||
Bridge to Higher Mathematics | 4 hours; 3 credits | ||
| Problem-Solving Seminar | 3 hours; 3 credits | |
Proof Writing for Advanced Calculus | 1 hour; 1 credit | ||
| Advanced Calculus I effective spring 2018: course title changes to Mathematical Analysis I | 3 hours; 3 credits | |
| Advanced Calculus II | 3 hours; 3 credits | |
| Topology | 3 hours; 3 credits | |
| Linear Algebra and Matrix Methods | 3 hours; 3 credits | |
| Ordinary Differential Equations | 3 hours; 3 credits | |
Numerical Methods for Differential Equations in Finance | 4 hours; 4 credits | ||
Multivariate Probability Distributions | 1 hour; 1 credit | ||
| Introduction to Probability | 4 hours; 4 credits | |
| Introduction to Stochastic Processes | 4 hours; 4 credits | |
| Mathematics of Statistics | 4 hours; 4 credits | |
| Computational Methods in Probability | 4 hours; 3 credits | |
| Graph Theory | 3 hours; 3 credits | |
| Mathematical Modeling | 3 hours; 3 credits | |
| Combinatorics | 3 hours; 3 credits | |
| Theory of Numbers | 3 hours; 3 credits | |
| Elements of Modern Algebra | 3 hours; 3 credits | |
| "Finite Fields, Algebraic Curves, and Applications" | 3 hours; 3 credits | |
| History of Mathematics | 4 hours; 4 credits | |
| Differential Geometry | 3 hours; 3 credits | |
| "Algorithms, Computers, and Programming II" | 4 hours; 3 credits | |
| Methods of Numerical Analysis | 3 hours; 3 credits | |
| Introduction to Mathematical Logic | 4 hours; 3 credits | |
| Fundamental Algorithms | 4 hours; 3 credits | |
| Switching Theory | 3 hours; 3 credits | |
| Special Topics in Computer Science | 3 hours; 3 credits | |
| Finite Differences | 4 hours; 4 credits | |
| Theory of Interest | 4 hours; 4 credits | |
| Actuarial Mathematics | 4 hours; 4 credits | |
| Actuarial Mathematics II | 4 hours; 4 credits | |
| Short-Term Insurance Mathematics (formerly Risk Theory) | 4 hours; 4 credits | |
| Introductory Financial Mathematics | 4 hours; 4 credits | |
Data Analysis and Simulation for Financial Engineers | 4 hours; 4 credits | ||
| Independent Study I | Hours and credits to be arranged | |
| Independent Study II | Hours and credits to be arranged | |
| Independent Study III | Hours and credits to be arranged | |
| Independent Study IV | Hours and credits to be arranged | |
| Independent Study V | Hours and credits to be arranged | |
| Advanced Calculus III | 3 hours; 3 credits | |
| Theory of Functions of a Complex Variable | 3 hours; 3 credits | |
| Theory of Functional of Real Variables | 3 hours; 3 credits | |
| Partial Differential Equations and Boundary Value Problems | 4 hours; 4 credits | |
Stochastic Calculus for Finance | 4 hours; 4 credits | ||
| Honors in Mathematics I | Hours and credits to be arranged | |
| Honors in Mathematics II | Hours and credits to be arranged | |
| Honors in Mathematics III | Hours and credits to be arranged |