Math Pathways Visual Chart

THE MATH DEPARTMENT DOES NOT ADVISE STUDENTS on progression information.
 The Math Department (through the CNAS Enrollment Management Center) can only place you in an appropriate class based on what you have already taken or tested into.
 Only your advisor can tell you which progression path you should be taking. Please see your advisor for information on which path you should choose.
 For Math majors: Your advisor will direct you on which path to start out on, but in the end, all of the above Math classes must be taken for a BA and BS degree.
Non Math Majors 


Paths  Classes in Order 
Path ^{#}1  Math 4 → Math 22 
Path ^{#}2  Math 5 → Math 9A → Math 9B → Math 9C 
Path ^{#}3  Math 5 → Math 9A → Math 9B → Math 46 
Path ^{#}4  Math 5 → Math 9A → Math 9B → Math 10A → Math 10B 
Path ^{#}5  Math 6A → Math 6B → Math 9A → Math 9B → Math 9C 
Path ^{#}6  Math 6A → Math 6B → Math 9A → Math 9B → Math 46 
Path ^{#}7  Math 6A → Math 6B → Math 9A → Math 9B → Math 10A → Math 10B 
Notice  Once a student has tested into Math 4, 5, or 6A, the above progressions are possible. If a student has tested directly into 9A, they would start further into one of the progression paths above. 
Math Majors 


Math Majors Must Take the Following Math Classes: 

006B : Introduction to College Math for Science or 009A : FirstYear Calculus Part I  
009B : FirstYear Calculus Part II  
009C : FirstYear Calculus Part III  
010A : Calculus of Several Variables  
010B : Calculus of Several Variable Part II  
046 : Introduction to Ordinary Differential Equations 