The BS Mathematics program is a fouryear program that provides a solid undergraduate preparation in mathematics. The curriculum covers not only the fundamentals and abstract concepts in mathematics but also important and emerging fields in applied mathematics.
COLLEGE OF SCIENCE
University of the Philippines Baguio
BS Math Course Offerings
COURSE 
DESCRIPTION 
UNITS 
PREREQUISITES / REMARKS 
Math 1 
Mathematics in Life 
3 
RGEP Course for non CS majors 
Math 11 
College Algebra 
3 

Math 14 
Plane Trigonometry 
3 

Math 17 
Algebra and Trigonometry 
5 

Math 29 
Basic Concepts in Mathematics 
3 
Math 17 or equivalent 
Math 53 
Elementary Analysis I 
5 
Math 17 or equivalent 
Math 54 
Elementary Analysis II 
5 
Math 53 
Math 55 
Elementary Analysis III 
3 
Math 54 
Math 100 
Introduction to Calculus 
4 
Math 17 or equivalent, for non Math majors 
Math 101 
Elementary Statistics 
3 
Math 11 or 17 
Math 113 
Differential Equations 
3 
Elem. Analysis/Calculus Series 
Math 120 
Algebraic Structures I 
3 
Math 29 
Math 121 
Algebraic Structures II 
3 
Math 120 
Math 122 
Linear Algebra and Matrix Theory 
3 
Math 29 & Math 54 
Math 123 
Elementary Theory of Numbers 
3 
Math 29 
Math 124 
Applied Algebra & Combinations 
3 
Math 29 & Math 55; maybe taken twice 
Math 130 
Mathematical Analysis 
3 
Elem. Analysis/Calculus Series 
Math 132 
Real Analysis 
3 
Senior Standing 
Math 133 
Introduction to Functional Analysis 
3 
Math 130 
Math 134 
Complex Analysis 
3 
Senior Standing 
Math 136 
Introduction to Numeral Analysis 
3 
Math 113 & Math 122 
Math 137 
Applied Analysis 
3 
Math 113; maybe taken twice 
Math 140 
Topological Structures 
3 
Consent of Instructor 
Math 150 
Modern Geometry 
3 
Math 55 
Math 160 
Probability Theory 
3 
Consent of Instructor 
Math 163 
Mathematical Statistics 
3 
Math 55 
Math 165 
Applied Statistics 
3 
Math 160 or Math 163; maybe taken twice 
Math 170 
Foundations of Mathematics 
3 
Consent of Instructor 
Math 181 
Mathematical Methods of Operation Research 
3 
Math 122 
Math 182 
Introduction to Computer Programming 
3 
Math 54 
Math 190 
Issues in Mathematics Education 
3 
Senior Standing 
Math 197 
Selected Topics in Mathematics 
3 
Senior Standing 
Math 198 
Seminar 
3 
Senior Standing 
Retention Policy (as of June 2007)
1. A B.S. Mathematics student must pass the required minimum number of Math courses per semester according to the following table:
No. Of Math Courses Enrolled In 
Minimum No. Of Courses to Pass 
1 
1 
2 
2 
3 
2 
4 
3 
5 
3 
6 or more 
4 
2. A student who fails to satisfy provision no. 1 for two consecutive terms (including summer) shall be disqualified from the program.
3. A student must pass the Mathematics core courses (Math 17, 29, 53, 54, and 55) in at most two takes (including summer); otherwise he/she shall be disqualified from the program.
4. If after six semesters of enrolment of core courses, the student fails to complete all such Mathematics subjects, the student is automatically disqualified from the program.