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Major and Minor Requirements
If you have any questions regarding the math major or minor requirements, please contact the Assistant Director of Academic Affairs, Adam Staszczuk, at as11890@nyu.edu or the Program Administrator, Jackie Tucciarone, at jt4787@nyu.edu.
A note on the Math for Economics Sequence and the Calculus Requirement
Students who have declared or plan to declare an Economics major or Joint Math/Economics Major can use the MATHUA 131, 132, and 133 Math for Economics I  III sequence to substitute for the MATHUA 121, 122 and 123 Calculus I  III requirements. You will have to get this approved by the Math Department. All other students must use the Calculus sequence. Students cannot mixandmatch, combine, our double count between the Math for Economics and Calculus sequences  no exceptions! If you have any questions regarding the Math for Economics and Calculus requirements, please contact the Math Department.
MAJORS
 Major in Mathematics
 Joint Major in Mathematics and Computer Science
 Joint Major in Mathematics and Data Science
 Joint Major in Mathematics and Economics
 DualDegree Program in Engineering
MINORS
 Mathematics Minor
 Joint Mathematics and Computer Science Minor
 Advanced Mathematical Methods Minor
 Mathematics Education Minor for Math Majors
OTHER
MAJOR IN MATHEMATICS
REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS WHO ENROLLED IN CAS FALL 2019  TODAY
Math Major Checklist (Fall 2019  Present) 109.5 KB
The requirements for the mathematics major are thirteen (13) courses numbered MATHUA 120 or higher.
Foundational Course Requirement
 MATHUA 120 Discrete Mathematics
 MATHUA 121 Calculus I
 MATHUA 122 Calculus II
 MATHUA 123 Calculus III or MATHUA 129 Honors Calculus III
 MATHUA 140 Linear Algebra or MATHUA 148 Honors Linear Algebra
 MATHUA 325 Analysis or MATHUA 328 Honors Analysis I
 MATHUA 343 Algebra or MATHUA 348 Honors Algebra I
It is strongly recommended, but not required, that students take Analysis before taking Algebra.
Advanced Math Elective Requirement
 Three (3) of the following courses:
 MATHUA 233 Theory of Probability or MATHUA 238 Honors Theory of Probability
 MATHUA 234 Mathematical Statistics
 MATHUA 240 Combinatorics
 MATHUA 248 Theory of Numbers
 MATHUA 252 Numerical Analysis or MATHUA 258 Honors Numerical Analysis
 MATHUA 253 Linear and Nonlinear Optimization
 MATHUA 262 Ordinary Differential Equations or MATHUA 268 Honors Ordinary Differential Equations
 MATHUA 263 Partial Differential Equations
 MATHUA 264 Chaos & Dynamical System
 MATHUA 282 Functions of a Complex Variable
 MATHUA 329 Honors Analysis II
 MATHUA 349 Honors Algebra II
 MATHUA 375 Topology
 MATHUA 377 Differential Geometry
 MATHUA 393 Honors I
 MATHUA 394 Honors II
 MATHUA 397 Honors III
 MATHUA 398 Honors IV
General Math Elective Requirement
 Three (3) general Math elective courses numbered MATHUA 120 or higher.
 Excludes Math for Economics IIII if you have taken Calculus IIII (or Honors Calculus III).
 Excludes Calculus IIII (and Honors Calculus III) if you have taken Math for Economics IIII.
 Excludes any Honors version of a course that you have already taken the nonHonors version of, or vice versa.
Additional Guidelines
In addition to the above requirements, the following guidelines must be observed:
 Any two computer science courses (numbered CSCIUA 101 or higher, except CSCIUA 380), DSUA 112, or graduate data science DSGA courses may be credited toward the general Math elective requirement only. However, no more than 2 nonmath classes may fulfill the major requirements.
 Students may petition to enroll in graduate mathematics MATHGA courses and apply them to the general Math elective requirement section of their Math Major. Please see the Enrollment in Graduate Courses webpage for more details.
 Only students enrolled in the Premedical or Predental Programs, and who wish to double major in mathematics, may substitute at most two math classes with any two of the following; PHYSUA 11 and 12 General Physics I and II or PHYSUA 91 and 93 Physics I and II. However, if these physics courses are used towards the mathematics major, the computer sciences or data science courses will not apply towards the major.
 Students may double count no more than two courses between major and/or minor degree requirements.
 Courses taken under the pass/fail option are not counted toward the major  no exceptions!
 A grade of C or better is required in all courses used to fulfill the major requirement.
 At least half of all courses in the major must be taken at CAS as a MATHUA course.
REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS WHO ENROLLED IN CAS BETWEEN FALL 2014  SUMMER 2019
Math Major Checklist (Fall 2014  Summer 2019) 110.0 KB
The requirements for the mathematics major are thirteen (13) courses numbered MATHUA 120 or higher. The only exceptions are MATHUA 131, 132, and 133 Math for Economics I, II and III  please see the note below.
Foundational Course Requirement
 MATHUA 121 Calculus I
 MATHUA 122 Calculus II
 MATHUA 123 Calculus III or MATHUA 129 Honors Calculus III
 MATHUA 140 Linear Algebra or MATHUA 148 Honors Linear Algebra
 MATHUA 325 Analysis or MATHUA 328 Honors Analysis I
 MATHUA 343 Algebra or MATHUA 348 Honors Algebra I
It is strongly recommended, but not required, that students take Analysis before taking Algebra.
NOTE: Students who have taken Math for Economics for an Economics major or intended major can use the MATHUA 131, 132, and 133 Math for Economics I  III sequence towards the math major requirements instead of MATHUA 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.
Advanced Math Elective Requirement
 Three (3) of the following courses:
 MATHUA 233 Theory of Probability or MATHUA 238 Honors Theory of Probability
 MATHUA 234 Mathematical Statistics
 MATHUA 240 Combinatorics
 MATHUA 248 Theory of Numbers
 MATHUA 252 Numerical Analysis or MATHUA 258 Honors Numerical Analysis
 MATHUA 253 Linear and Nonlinear Optimization
 MATHUA 262 Ordinary Differential Equations or MATHUA 268 Honors Ordinary Differential Equations
 MATHUA 263 Partial Differential Equations
 MATHUA 264 Chaos & Dynamical System
 MATHUA 282 Functions of a Complex Variable
 MATHUA 329 Honors Analysis II
 MATHUA 349 Honors Algebra II
 MATHUA 375 Topology
 MATHUA 377 Differential Geometry
 MATHUA 393 Honors I
 MATHUA 394 Honors II
 MATHUA 397 Honors III
 MATHUA 398 Honors IV
General Math Elective Requirement
 Four (4) general Math elective courses numbered MATHUA 120 or higher.
 Excludes Math for Economics IIII if you have taken Calculus IIII (or Honors Calculus III).
 Excludes Calculus IIII (and Honors Calculus III) if you have taken Math for Economics IIII.
 Excludes any Honors version of a course that you have already taken the nonHonors version of, or vice versa.
Additional Guidelines
In addition to the above requirements, the following guidelines must be observed:
 Any two computer science courses (numbered CSCIUA 101 or higher, except CSCIUA 380), DSUA 112, or graduate data science DSGA courses may be credited toward the general Math elective requirement only. However, no more than 2 nonmath classes may fulfill the major requirements.
 Students may petition to enroll in graduate mathematics MATHGA courses and apply them to the general Math elective requirement section of their Math Major. Please see the Enrollment in Graduate Courses webpage for more details.
 Only students enrolled in the Premedical or Predental Programs, and who wish to double major in mathematics, may substitute at most two math classes with any two of the following; PHYSUA 11 and 12 General Physics I and II or PHYSUA 91 and 93 Physics I and II. However, if these physics courses are used towards the mathematics major, the computer sciences or data science courses will not apply towards the major.
 Students may double count no more than two courses between major and/or minor degree requirements.
 Courses taken under the pass/fail option are not counted toward the major  no exceptions!
 A grade of C or better is required in all courses used to fulfill the major requirement.
 At least half of all courses in the major must be taken at CAS as a MATHUA course.
JOINT MAJOR IN MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE
Math/Computer Science Major Checklist
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 CSCIUA 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 ten (10) MATHUA courses and eight (8) CSCIUA courses.
Foundational Math Course Requirements
 MATHUA 120 Discrete Math
 MATHUA 121 Calculus I
 MATHUA 122 Calculus II
 MATHUA 123 Calculus III or MATHUA 129 Honors Calculus III
 MATHUA 140 Linear Algebra or MATHUA 148 Honors Linear Algebra
 MATHUA 325 Analysis or MATHUA 328 Honors Analysis I
 MATHUA 343 Algebra or MATHUA 348 Honors Algebra I
Advanced Math Elective Requirement
 Two (2) of the following courses:
 MATHUA 233 Theory of Probability or MATHUA 238 Honors Theory of Probability
 MATHUA 234 Mathematical Statistics
 MATHUA 240 Combinatorics
 MATHUA 248 Theory of Numbers
 MATHUA 251 Mathematical Modeling
 MATHUA 252 Numerical Analysis or MATHUA 258 Honors Numerical Analysis
 MATHUA 253 Linear and Nonlinear Optimization
 MATHUA 262 Ordinary Differential Equations or MATHUA 268 Honors Ordinary Differential Equations
 MATHUA 263 Partial Differential Equations
 MATHUA 264 Chaos & Dynamical Systems
 MATHUA 282 Functions of a Complex Variable
 MATHUA 329 Honors Analysis II
 MATHUA 349 Honors Algebra II
 MATHUA 375 Topology
 MATHUA 377 Differential Geometry
 MATHUA 393 Honors I
 MATHUA 394 Honors II
 MATHUA 397 Honors III
 MATHUA 398 Honors IV
General Math Elective Requirement
 One (1) general Math elective course numbered MATHUA 120 or higher.
 Must be a MATHUA course. This course CANNOT be substituted by a CSCIUA, DSUA, DSGA, PHYSUA, etc. course.
 Excludes Math for Economics IIII if you have taken Calculus IIII (or Honors Calculus III).
 Excludes Calculus IIII (and Honors Calculus III) if you have taken Math for Economics IIII.
 Excludes any Honors version of a course that you have already taken the nonHonors version of, or vice versa.
Computer Science Requirements
 CSCIUA 101 Introduction to Computer Science
 CSCIUA 102 Data Structures
 CSCIUA 201 Computer Systems Organization
 CSCIUA 202 Operating Systems
 CSCIUA 310 Basic Algorithms
 CSCIUA 421 Numerical Computing
 CSCIUA 4xx Advanced CS Elective
 CSCIUA 4xx Advanced CS Elective
Please refer to the undergraduate computer science website for information on the computer science requirements and courses.
Additional Guidelines
In addition to the above requirements, the following guidelines must be observed:
 Students may double count no more than two courses between major and/or minor degree requirements.
 Courses taken under the pass/fail option are not counted toward the major  no exceptions!
 A grade of C or better is required in all of these courses to fulfill the major requirement.
 At least 4 of your math courses and a total of 9 courses for the entire joint major must be taken at CAS.
JOINT MAJOR IN MATHEMATICS AND DATA SCIENCE
Math/Data Science Major Checklist
Mathematics Requirements
The following nine courses from the Mathematics Department:
 MATHUA 120 Discrete Math
 MATHUA 121 Calculus I
 MATHUA 122 Calculus II
 MATHUA 123 Calculus III or MATHUA 129 Honors Calculus III
 MATHUA 140 Linear Algebra or MATHUA 148 Honors Linear Algebra
 MATHUA 233 Theory of Probability or MATHUA 238 Honors Theory of Probability
 MATHUA 234 Mathematical Statistics
 MATHUA 252 Numerical Analysis or MATHUA 258 Honors Numerical Analysis
 MATHUA 325 Analysis or MATHUA 328 Honors Analysis I
Data Science Requirements
The following five data science courses:
 DSUA 111 Data Science for Everyone
 DSUA 112 Introduction to Data Science
 DSUA201 Causal Inference
 DSUA 202 Responsible Data Science
 DSUA 300 Advanced Topics in Data Science
Computer Science Requirements
The following four computer science courses:
 CSCIUA 101 Introduction to Computer Science
 CSCIUA 102 Data Structures
 CSCIUA 473 Machine Learning
 CSCIUA 479 Data Management and Analysis
Please refer to the undergraduate data science website for information on data science requirements & courses, and the computer science website for information on computer science requirements & courses.
Additional Guidelines
In addition to the above requirements, the following guidelines must be observed:
 Students may double count no more than two courses between major and/or minor degree requirements.
 Courses taken under the pass/fail option are not counted toward the major  no exceptions!
 A grade of C or better is required in all these courses to fulfill the major requirement.
 At least 3 of your math courses and a total of 9 courses for the entire joint major must be taken at CAS.
JOINT MAJOR IN MATHEMATICS AND ECONOMICS
Math/Economics Major Checklist
Foundational Course Requirement
 EITHER, the following three courses (preferred):
 OR, the following three courses:
 MATHUA 140 Linear Algebra or MATHUA 148 Honors Linear Algebra
 MATHUA 325 Analysis or MATHUA 328 Honors Analysis I
Advanced Math Elective Requirement
 Four (4) of the following courses:
 MATHUA 233 Theory of Probability or MATHUA 238 Honors Theory of Probability
 MATHUA 234 Mathematical Statistics
 MATHUA 235 Probability & Statistics
 MATHUA 240 Combinatorics
 MATHUA 248 Theory of Numbers
 MATHUA 250 Mathematics of Finance
 MATHUA 251 Mathematical Modeling
 MATHUA 252 Numerical Analysis
 MATHUA 253 Linear and Nonlinear Optimization
 MATHUA 262 Ordinary Differential Equations or MATHUA 268 Honors Ordinary Differential Equations
 MATHUA 263 Partial Differential Equations
 MATHUA 264 Chaos & Dynamical Systems
 MATHUA 282 Function of Complex Variables
 MATHUA 329 Honors Analysis II
 MATHUA 343 Algebra or MATHUA 348 Honors Algebra I
 MATHUA 349 Honors Algebra II
 MATHUA 375 Topology
 MATHUA 377 Differential Geometry
 MATHUA 393 Honors I
 MATHUA 394 Honors II
 MATHUA 397 Honors III
 MATHUA 398 Honors IV
Economics Requirements
Nine economics courses as required for the major in that department, which must include:
 ECONUA 1 Introduction to Macroeconomics
 ECONUA 2 Introduction to Microeconomics
 ECONUA 11 Microeconomic Analysis
 ECONUA 13 Macroeconomic Analysis
 ECONUA 20 Analytical Statistics (if not taking MATHUA 234 Mathematical Statistics)
 ECONUA 266 Introduction to Econometrics
 Plus any three economics elective courses, at least two of which must be theory electives numbered ECONUA 300399. Note that students who take MATHUA 234 instead of ECONUA 20 for the statistics requirement must take a total of four ECONUA electives.
Please refer to the undergraduate economics website for information on economics requirements & courses.
Additional Guidelines
In addition to the above requirements, the following guidelines must be observed:
 The Math for Economics sequence is the preferred sequence for this major, although we will accept either Math for Economics or Calculus.
 Students may double count no more than two courses between major and/or minor degree requirements.
 Courses taken under the pass/fail option are not counted toward the major  no exceptions!
 A grade of C or better is required in all these courses to fulfill the major requirement.
 At least 3 of your math courses and a total of 9 courses for the entire joint major must be taken at CAS.
MATHEMATICS MINOR
Any four (4) MATHUA courses in the department numbered MATHUA 120 or higher.
 At least two (2) courses for the minor must be MATHUA courses taken at NYU CAS.
 MATHUA test credit for up to two (2) courses may be accepted from AP, A Level, IB, etc. test scores.
 MATHUA transfer course credit for up to two (2) nonNYU courses may be accepted from prior enrollment at an external university or college.
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:
 Excludes Math for Economics IIII if you have taken Calculus IIII (or Honors Calculus III).
 Excludes Calculus IIII (and Honors Calculus III) if you have taken Math for Economics IIII.
 Excludes any Honors version of a course that you have already taken the nonHonors version of, or vice versa.
 Students may double count no more than two courses between major and/or minor degree requirements.
 Courses taken under the pass/fail option are not counted toward the minor.
 A grade of C or better is required in all courses to count toward the minor.
Tandon students should complete the Mathematics Minor offered by the Tandon School of Engineering. Please contact Alison Entin, entin@cims.nyu.edu, for information on the Tandon Mathematics Minor.
JOINT MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE MINOR
The requirements are the following four courses:
 MATHUA 121 Calculus I
 MATHUA 122 Calculus II
 CSCIUA 101 Introduction to Computer Science
 CSCIUA 102 Data Structures
Additional Guidelines
In addition to the above requirements, the following guidelines must be observed:
 At least one (1) of the Math courses must be taken as a MATHUA course at NYU CAS.
 If a student already has test credit or transfer credit for both Calculus I & II, they must take an additional MATHUA elective numbered MATHUA 120 or higher, excluding Math for Economics IIII.
 Students must complete one CSCIUA course with a recorded grade of C or better before they can declare this joint minor (this policy applies to all NYU students, not just to those matriculated in CAS).
 Students may double count no more than two courses between major and/or minor degree requirements.
 Courses taken under the pass/fail option are not counted toward the minor  no exceptions!
 A grade of C or better is required in all courses to count toward the minor.
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 are:
 MATHUA 140 Linear Algebra or MATHUA 148 Honors Linear Algebra
 STATUB 14 Introduction to the Theory of Probability
 MATHUA 252 Numerical Analysis or MATHUA 258 Honors Numerical Analysis or MATHGA 2010 Numerical Methods I
 ONE course from the advanced course list below:
 MATHUA 262 Ordinary Differential Equations or MATHUA 268 Honors Ordinary Differential Equations
 MATHUA 263 Partial Differential Equations
 MATHUA 325 Analysis or MATHUA 328 Honors Analysis I
 STATUB 15 Statistical Inference and Regression Analysis
 STATUB 21 Introduction to Stochastic Processes
All students must take at least one Stern course in order to meet the minor requirements. Students who have completed MATHUA 233 Theory of Probability or equivalent should not take STATUB 14, and should substitute one of the advanced courses in its place.
DUAL BA MATHEMATICS/MAT IN TEACHING MATHEMATICS, GRADES 712
This accelerated dual degree program enables Mathematics Majors to complete both your BA and a Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) degree in Teaching Math from NYU Steinhardt in only 5 years. You'll complete up to 12 graduate units in mathematics education as an undergraduate student in CAS and complete as few as 18 additional graduate units for your Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) degree leading to initial teacher certification in Teaching Mathematics, Grades 712. Ideally you would want to declare the dual degree program and begin taking these courses during your junior year.
Visit the CAS BAMA in Teaching website for more information and how to apply.