Courant Institute New York University FAS CAS GSAS

Major And Minor Requirements

If you have any questions regarding the math major or minor requirements, please contact the Undergraduate Program Administrator, Alison Entin at entin@cims.nyu.edu

MAJORS

MINORS




Major in Mathematics

REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS WHO ENROLLED IN CAS FALL 2014 OR LATER

Major Checklist (Fall 2014 onward)

The requirements for the mathematics major are thirteen courses numbered MATH-UA 120 or higher which must include the following Calculus Requirements, Analysis and Algebra Requirements, and Other Requirements.

Calculus Requirements

NOTE: Students who have taken Math for Economics for an Economics major or intended major can use the MATH-UA 211, 212, and 213 Math for Economics I - III sequence towards the math major requirements instead of MATH-UA 121, 122 and 123 Calculus I - III sequence. You will have to get this approved by the Math Department. All other students must use the Calculus sequence. If you have any questions regarding this requirement please contact the Math Department.

Analysis and Algebra Requirements

Other Requirements

Additional Guidelines

In addition to the above requirements, the following guidelines must be observed:


REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS WHO ENROLLED IN CAS FALL 2012 - SUMMER 2014

Major Checklist (Fall 2012 - Summer 2014)

The requirements for the mathematics major are twelve courses numbered MATH-UA 120 or higher which must include:

Additional Guidelines

In addition to the above requirements, the following guidelines must be observed:




Joint Major in Mathematics and Computer Science

REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS WHO ENROLLED IN CAS FALL 2014 OR LATER

Major Checklist (Fall 2014 and onward)

An interdisciplinary major offered jointly by the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, providing the opportunity to study both computer science and such relevant mathematics courses as analysis, algebra, probability, and statistics. Students must complete one CSCI-UA course with a recorded grade of C or better before they can declare this joint major (this policy applies to all NYU students, not just to those matriculated in CAS). The requirements include Mathematics and Computer Science components as follows.

Mathematics Requirements

Ten courses numbered MATH-UA 120 or higher, except MATH-UA 211, 212, 213 or 270 from the Mathematics Department, which must include:

Computer Science Requirements

Eight computer science courses as required for the major in that department. Please refer to the undergraduate computer science website for information on computer science courses.

Additional Guidelines

In addition to the above requirements, the following guidelines must be observed:


REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS WHO ENROLLED IN CAS FALL 2012 - SUMMER 2014

Major Checklist (Fall 2012 - Summer 2014)

An interdisciplinary major offered jointly by the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, providing the opportunity to study both computer science and such relevant mathematics courses as analysis, algebra, probability, and statistics. Students must complete one CSCI-UA course with a recorded grade of C or better before they can declare this joint major (this policy applies to all NYU students, not just to those matriculated in CAS). The requirements include Mathematics and Computer Science components as follows.

Mathematics Requirements

Ten courses numbered MATH-UA 120 or higher, except MATH-UA 125, 211, 212, 213 or 246 from the Mathematics Department, which must include:

Computer Science Requirements

Eight computer science courses as required for the major in that department. Please refer to the undergraduate computer science website for information on computer science courses.

Additional Guidelines

In addition to the above requirements, the following guidelines must be observed:




Joint Major in Mathematics and Economics

REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS WHO ENROLLED IN CAS FALL 2014 OR LATER

Major Checklist (Fall 2014 onward)

Mathematics Requirements

Economics Requirements

The economics requirements (nine courses) are ECON-UA 1, 2, 11, 13, 20 (if not taking MATH-UA 234 Mathematical Statistics), 266, plus any three economics elective courses, at least two of which must be theory electives numbered ECON-UA 300-399. Note that students who take MATH-UA 234 instead of ECON-UA 20 for the statistics requirement must take a total of four ECON-UA electives. Please refer to the undergraduate economics website for information on economics courses.

Additional Guidelines

In addition to the above requirements, the following guidelines must be observed:


REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS WHO ENROLLED IN CAS FALL 2013 - SUMMER 2014

Major Checklist (Fall 2013 - Summer 2014)

Mathematics Requirements

The mathematics requirements are a total of nine courses.

Economics Requirements

The economics requirements (nine courses) are ECON-UA 1, 2, 11, 13, 20 (if not taking MATH-UA 234 Mathematical Statistics), 266, plus any three economics elective courses, at least two of which must be theory electives numbered ECON-UA 300-399. Note that students who take MATH-UA 234 instead of ECON-UA 20 for the statistics requirement must take a total of four ECON-UA electives. Please refer to the undergraduate economics website for information on economics courses.

Additional Guidelines

In addition to the above requirements, the following guidelines must be observed:


REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS WHO ENROLLED IN CAS FALL 2012 - SUMMER 2013

Major Checklist (Fall 2012 - Summer 2013)

Mathematics Requirements

The mathematics requirements are a total of nine courses.

Economics Requirements

The economics requirements (nine courses) are ECON-UA 1, 2, 11, 13, 20, 266, plus any three economics elective courses, at least two of which must be theory electives numbered ECON-UA 300 -399. Please refer to the undergraduate economics website for information on economics courses.

Additional Guidelines

In addition to the above requirements, the following guidelines must be observed:




Mathematics Minor

The requirements for a mathematics minor are four 4-credit courses in the department numbered MATH-UA 120 or higher. Of these four courses MATH-UA 211, 212 or 213 may not be used if you have taken Calculus. Although courses transferred from other colleges may count towards the minor, at least two courses for the minor must be taken at NYU. Students pursuing majors that require mathematics courses may follow this minor, as long as two of the four courses do not apply simultaneously to the requirements for their major.

Additional Guidelines

In addition to the above requirements, the following guidelines must be observed:




Joint Mathematics and Computer Science Minor

The requirements are the following four courses:

Additional Guidelines

In addition to the above requirements, the following guidelines must be observed:




Advanced Mathematical Methods Minor

The Advanced Mathematical Methods Minor (for Stern undergraduates only) provides students with mathematical tools to handle complex business problems. The requirements consist of four distinct components:

NOTE: All students must take at least one Stern course in order to meet minor requirements. If a student has completed the CAS version of Probability, STAT-UB 14 should not be taken. Instead, please select one of the following:




Mathematics Education Minor for Math Majors

The Mathematics Education Minor (for Mathematics Majors) enables you to complete course work as an undergraduate in CAS that will reduce the number of credits required of a Steinhardt School of Education M.A. degree in Teachers of Mathematics, Grades 7-12 that will fulfill the requirements for Initial teacher certification. The master's degree will require 30 credits including student teaching internships beyond the bachelor's degree.

Ideally you would want to declare the minor and begin taking these courses during your first semester of junior year. Please be advised that most of these courses require a field work component consisting of classroom observation and participation. For course descriptions, please see the Steinhardt School of Education's current Undergraduate Bulletin.