We offer both a bachelor of science and a bachelor of arts in math. Students who plan to attend graduate school in mathematics or the sciences should consider working towards the bachelor of science degree.
Prerequisites
For a B.S. Math degree  For a A.B. Math degree 

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Recommended: Students without computer experience are encouraged to take COMPSCI 101 Program Design and Analysis I
Note: Students considering a math major should not take MATH 216 "Linear Algebra and Differential Equations" (which is meant for engineers) nor MATH 218 "Matrices and Vector Spaces" (which is meant for majors in Statistics, Computer Science, and other datadriven fields). Instead they should take MATH 221 which offers the additional training in mathematical reasoning needed by math majors. In particular, prospective math majors (including engineers considering mathematics as a second major) should not take the engineering sequence MATH 216 followed by MATH 353; they should instead take MATH 221 followed by MATH 356 for a first course in differential equations. This alternative sequence has been approved by Pratt for engineers.
Note: A student who has already taken Math 216 or 218 and is interested in the math major should consult with the Director of Undergraduate Studies as soon as possible.
Math Courses
For B.S. Math Degree  For A.B. Math Degree 

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Physics
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No physics required. 
 A student may combine the first course from one of the Physics sequences above with the second course, e.g., PHYSICS 25 and PHYSICS 142L.
 Students who choose the PHYSICS 161D/162D sequence are encouraged to supplement it with at least one semester of the halfcredit sequence PHYSICS 161L/162L, Introductory Experimental Physics.
 The version of PHYSICS 161L/162L offered In Spring 2014 and earlier essentially comined the current PHYSICS 161D/162D with a lab and thus may also be used to satisfy the Physics requirement.