# Difference between revisions of "Math Major GPA Requirements"

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− | + | The ''Quality of Work'' requirement for completing the mathematics major program contains two GPA requirements. This page describes these requirements including which courses are considered when computing the gpa and which courses are not. | |

− | == | + | == 2.000 GPA in all MAJOR/SUBJECT courses == |

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+ | This gpa requirement uses every course a student takes which is taught by the math department or crosslisted with mathematics regardless of level or number. For option 2 (focused program) majors it will also include application courses offered outside of mathematics which are approved for that student's program. Note that even math courses which are not required for a students major program will be used to compute this gpa. For example, Math 240 will not fulfill a major requirement, but if a student were to take that class it would be used to compute this GPA. | ||

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+ | == 2.000 GPA on 15 UPPER LEVEL Major credits in RESIDENCE == |

## Revision as of 10:00, 4 April 2019

The *Quality of Work* requirement for completing the mathematics major program contains two GPA requirements. This page describes these requirements including which courses are considered when computing the gpa and which courses are not.

## 2.000 GPA in all MAJOR/SUBJECT courses

This gpa requirement uses every course a student takes which is taught by the math department or crosslisted with mathematics regardless of level or number. For option 2 (focused program) majors it will also include application courses offered outside of mathematics which are approved for that student's program. Note that even math courses which are not required for a students major program will be used to compute this gpa. For example, Math 240 will not fulfill a major requirement, but if a student were to take that class it would be used to compute this GPA.