Mathematics Transfer Advising
Transfer Student and Changing to a Mathematics Major
A transfer student with a strong mathematics background can complete the mathematics major in two years provided they have completed a sufficient amount of foundational/prerequisite coursework. Ideally, a transfer student will have transfer equivalency for:

Calculus I (Differential Calculus)

Calculus II (Integral Calculus)

Discrete Mathematics (Introduction to Mathematical Proofs)
plus at least one of the following:

Calculus III (Multivariate and Vector Calculus)

Introduction to Computer Science
The following twoyear plan for mathematics courses assumes that students have this background. Completion of the mathematics major in two years may not be possible for students with a less substantial background. If a student has transfer equivalency for all five of these courses, it is advised that they replace the proposed Math 228 or CS 150 option with an upperdivision mathematics course in their first year instead of leaving the entirety of their entire upperdivision elective requirements until their second year. Note that Mathematics capstone has a nine (9) upperdivision credit prerequisite.
First Year After Transfer
Fall 
Cr 
Spring 
Cr 


MATH 326: Intro. To Analysis 
4 
Math 306: Linear Algebra 
4 

Math 228: Calculus III Or CS 150: Intro. To Computer Science 
4 
Math 385: Junior Seminar 
2 

Second Year After Transfer
Fall 
Cr 
Spring 
Cr 


Math 490: Capstone I 
1 


Math 492: Capstone II 
1 
Upper div. Math elective 
4 
Upper div. Math elective 
4 

Upper div. Math elective 
4 

