- Department of Mathematics
- Bachelor of Science
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A maximum of thirteen (13) lower-division units in mathematics may be applied toward the lower-division calculus requirement for the mathematics major. These units must be for courses which appropriately match the description of this catalog for MATH 160, 162, and 260. Lower-division coursework may be transferred towards the non-mathematics supporting course requirement provided that it is for courses which appropriately match the descriptions of this catalog for the CSUSM courses listed as satisfying this requirement. The Office of Admissions should be consulted to ascertain the campus' articulation agreements with the local community colleges.
Transfer Course Approvals
Transfer courses are college-level courses taken at other accredited colleges or universities. They may be approved by either articulation agreements or faculty approvals. Please read about transfer course approvals.