- 1. A bachelor's degree in mathematics, physics, or engineering, or a bachelor's degree with at least 24 upper division units in mathematics from an accredited college or university.
- 2. A grade of "C" or better in MATH 247, 323, 361A/B, 364A, and MATH/STAT 380, or their equivalents. Deficiencies will be determined by the Graduate Advisor.

The regulations governing the master's degree are those in effect at the time of advancement to candidacy. In addition to University requirements, the student must have completed all prerequisite courses listed above, with no grade less than "C". Students must have fulfilled the Graduation Writing Assessment Requirement (GWAR) and should file for Advancement upon completion of at least six units (and no more than nine units) on the program, with at least a 3.0 GPA. Program of study must be approved by the appropriate Graduate Advisor, Department of Mathematics and Statistics Chair, Associate Dean in the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics.

- 1. A minimum of 30 graduate and upper division units approved by the Graduate Advisor, and including:
- A. Three of the following courses:
- MATH 563, 570, 576 and 579.

- B. Three additional courses selected from:
- MATH 520, 521, 564, 573, 574, 575, 577, 578, and the course in 1.A not used to satisfy that requirement.

- A. Three of the following courses:
- 2. Complete one of the following:
- A. Pass a comprehensive written examination in two subjects of Applied Mathematics. Specific requirements for passing of the comprehensive examinations can be found on the Department of Mathematics and Statistics website at www.csulb.edu/depts/math.
- B. Subject to the approval of the Applied Mathematics Committee in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, write a thesis in applied mathematics and defend it orally.
- C. Subject to the approval of the Applied Mathematics Committee in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, complete a non-proprietary applied mathematics thesis project with a local company under the guidance of a faculty advisor in applied mathematics and a project leader from the company. Write a final report on the thesis project and its outcomes, and defend it orally. Specific requirements for completion of the thesis project can be found on the Department of Mathematics and Statistics website at www.csulb.edu/depts/math.

- Bachelor of Science in Mathematics (code MATHBS01)
- Bachelor of Science in Mathematics – Option in Applied Mathematics (code MATHBS02)
- Bachelor of Science in Mathematics – Option in Statistics (code MATHBS04)
- Bachelor of Science in Mathematics – Option in Mathematics Education (code MATHBS03) – Single Subject Preliminary Credential Mathematics (code 165)
- Honors in Mathematics
- Minor in Mathematics (code MATHUM01)
- Minor in Applied Mathematics (code MATHUM02)
- Minor in Statistics (code MATHUM03)

- How to Apply
- Master of Science in Mathematics (code MATHMS01)
- Master of Science in Mathematics – Option in Applied Mathematics (code MATHMS02)
- Master of Science in Mathematics – Option in Mathematics Education for Secondary School Teachers (code MATHMS04)
- Master of Science in Applied Statistics (code MATHMS05)

- Mathematics Prebaccalaureate – MAPB – Lower Division
- Mathematics – MATH – Lower Division
- Mathematics – MATH – Upper Division
- Mathematics – MATH – Graduate Level
- Mathematics Education – MTED – Lower Division
- Mathematics Education – MTED – Upper Division
- Mathematics Education – MTED – Graduate Level
- Statistics – STAT – Lower Division
- Statistics – STAT – Upper Division
- Statistics – STAT – Graduate Level