## Advising Materials

### Majors in the Department

Click each degree for a list of the requirements for that degree:

- B.A.in Mathematics with concentration in Pure Mathematics
- Catalog year 2014-15 or later: Advising plan; Flowchart
- Catalog year 2013-14 or earlier

- B.A. in Mathematics with concentration in Secondary Teaching (also see the Mathematics Portfolio requirement for the secondary teaching concentration)
- Catalog year 2014-15 or later: Advising plan; Flowchart
- Catalog year 2013-14 or earlier

- B.A. in Mathematics with a concentration in Bi-Disciplinary Mathematics
- Catalog year 2014-15 or later: Advising plan
- Catalog year 2013-14 or earlier
- Advising plans to pair the Bi-Disciplinary concentration with some other majors:

- B.S. in Mathematics with concentration in Computer Science
- Catalog year 2014-15 or later: Concentration discontinued
- Catalog year 2013-14 or earlier

- B.S.
in Mathematics with concentration in Applied Mathematics
- Catalog year 2014-15 or later: Advising plan; Flowchart
- Catalog year 2013-14 or earlier

- B.S.
in Statistics and B.A.in Applied Statistics
- Catalog year 2014-15 or later: Advising plan; Flowchart
- Catalog year 2013-14 or earlier

### Minors in the Department

The Department offers four minors:

- Mathematics Minor
- Statistics Minor
- Minor in Applied Statistics
- Minor in Mathematics for Teachers

You can find more information about all minors on this handout: Minors in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, and specific information about the Applied Statistics minor here

### Graduate Work

The Department of Mathematics participates in a Cooperative Master of Arts in Mathematics with San Francisco State University. Through this program, North Bay students who have been admitted into the master's degree program at San Francisco State may complete up to twelve units of courses in residence at Sonoma State University.

### Other Advising Documents

Department Policy on Grade of Incomplete

Cross-enrollment forms for Santa Rosa Junior College Students. Take an SSU course for less than $30!