Bachelor of Science Requirements

  • MATH 122, 201 or 204, 221, 241, 321, 341, and 459;
  • Depth requirement in analysis, topology, or algebra: at least one from MATH 325; 355; 360 or 460 (with departmental approval);
  • Applied mathematics requirement: at least one from MATH 233; 235; 311; 312; 331; 260, 360, or 460 (with departmental approval);
  • Two additional courses: one numbered 233 or above, excluding 301, and one numbered 201 or above (at the most, only one of 231, 301, ECON 300, and ECON 301 may be counted toward the major);
  • At least 16 credits in courses outside mathematics that involve quantitative or logical reasoning, or a minor or second major in any field. These courses must include CS 110, Introduction to Programming Using C++; or a course in another programming language; or the student must demonstrate proficiency in a structured programming language.

Design through Math
Appleton Hall

The back of the University of Redlands own Appleton Hall contains a mathematically designed ‘Echo Chamber’ that uses calculated angles to refract sound.

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