courses MAY be applied toward the 15 units of math related courses
allowed for the undergraduate math degree. This list is far from
complete. For example, only undergraduate courses are included here,
but many graduate courses may also be used.
However, the lists
for CS, ECON. PHIL, PHYSICS, and STATS should be interpreted as
including ALL of the allowed undergraduate courses from those departments.
The list for ENGINEERING
is very brief and just clarifies a few introductory courses that
are definitely allowed. There are many higher level engineering
courses in many engineering departments which are also allowed.
There may also be other
possible courses in departments not included here, such as BIOSCI or CHEM.
Keep in mind that none
of these courses may be double counted towards both the Math major and any other major or minor.
The only courses that may be double counted towards both the Math major and another major or a minor are the Math 50 and 50H series and first year
Please contact Professor Bump (bump "at" math.stanford.edu)
if you have questions about the usability of courses not on this
103 (formerly 103A,B or 103X), 109, 121, 137 (now CME 108), 148, 154, 154N, 157, 161
[Note: CS 106A, B, and X cannot be used by students
who entered Stanford in 2003 or later. Students who entered Stanford
before 2003 and who took CS 106B or 106X before Autumn 2004 may
apply to use CS106B or 106X.]
50, 51, 52, 102A,B,C, 103, 111, 140, 160, 162, 170, 171, 172
14, 15, 30, 40, 60, 62
150 (formerly 159), 154 (formerly 164)
41, 43, 45, 61, 63, 65, 70, all numbers > 100
All undergraduate numbers > 100