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    Jan 18, 2021  
2019 - 2020 Catalog of Courses 
    
2019 - 2020 Catalog of Courses

Mathematics Major: Transfer Student Map


Colorado Public Community/Junior College Transfer - Two Years (4 semesters) - Map to Graduation

Students transferring to Fort Lewis College after following the Statewide Transfer Articulation Agreement for a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Mathematics date December 2018, must have successfully completed the following courses in fulfillment of the requirements for the Associate of Arts Degree or Associate of Science Degree:

Community College Course Number Fort Lewis College Course Number
CSC 160 ENGR 104  
MAT 201 MATH 221  
MAT 202 MATH 222  
MAT 203 or MAT 204 MATH 223  
PHY 211 PHYS 217  
PHY 212 PHYS 218  

Complete these courses at Fort Lewis College:

Fall Junior Year  Credits   Spring Junior Year  Credits
MATH 301    3   One 300 Level major elective  3
MATH 311    3   One 300 Level major elective  3
Free elective (lower or upper division)  3   One 400 Level major elective  3
Free elective (lower or upper division)  3   Free elective (lower or upper division)  3
Free elective (lower or upper division)  3   Free elective (lower or upper division)  3
TOTAL 15   TOTAL 15
         
Fall Senior Year  Credits   Senior Spring Year  Credits
One 300 Level major elective  3   MATH 494    3
One 300 Level major elective  3   One 400 Level major elective  3
One 400 Level major elective  3   Free elective (upper division)  3
Free elective (lower or upper division)  3   Free elective (upper division)  3
Free elective (lower or upper division)  3   Free elective (lower or upper division)  3
TOTAL 15   TOTAL 15

Note: This map is a suggested course sequence. Please consult your academic advisor for alternate sequencing.

Note: Students must complete 90 credits by the end of the Junior year to be classified as a Senior. This may require completion of additional free electives in the Junior year to supplement the suggested course sequence.