There are four undergraduate programs in mathematics. The first three are all part of Course 18 and lead to the degree Bachelor of Science in Mathematics. The fourth is Mathematics with Computer Science, Course 18C, and leads to a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics with Computer Science.
Math Communication Requirement
The breadth of careers envisioned by Mathematics Majors has led to the creation of a number of subjects with similar content. The following limitation applies to all four degree options: Subjects taken to satisfy the Mathematics degree requirements must not have essentially similar content. Specifically, you may count at most one of the subjects from each of the following lists.
- 18.06 or 18.700 (Linear Algebra)
- 18.702 or 18.703 (Algebra)
- 18.04 or 18.075 or 18.112 (Complex Variables)
- 18.05 or 18.440 or 6.041 (Probability)
- 18.304 or 18.316 (Combinatorics)
- 18.400J or 18.404J (Computation)