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Undergraduate Program

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Major

Department requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and the honors program can be found here.

The department requirements are in addition to the University's basic requirements for undergraduate degrees which can be found here.

Minor

Department requirements for the minor in Mathematics can be found here.

Honors

Honors Math majors must complete the basic 64 unit program required of all majors. An additional 6 units of Math 197, Senior Thesis, (typically spaced over two quarters) is required. Click here for details (under "Honors Program" towards the bottom of the page).

It is strongly recommended that the 50s honors sequence (Math 51H, 52H and 53H) be taken during the student's freshman year. This is a recommendation, not a requirement.

Checklist for Honors Math Majors

Past Undergraduate Honors Theses

Research

Stanford Undergraduate Research Institute in Mathematics

The Stanford Undergraduate Research Institute in Mathematics (SURIM) is ten week program that provides Stanford undergraduates the opportunity to work on mathematical problems in an extra-curricular context. Most students will work on interesting mathematical problems in a collaborative environment. A number will work one-on-one with faculty member. Summer funding will be available for some students, thanks to VPUE; others will obtain course credit in the fall quarter for participating.
Application deadline: March 1, 2013
Click here for more information on the application process and program details.

American Mathematical Society

American Mathematical Society (AMS) offers links to summer research opportunities and REU programs at many campuses. Follow the links to the various programs for information on applications and deadlines.

Resources

CourseWork is Stanford University's course Web site development and distribution system available from Academic Computing

The Pólya Problem-Solving Seminar—The Pólya seminar aims is to motivate students to participate in the Putnam competition. This year, it is being offered as a one-credit course, MATH193.

Notice: The William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition took place on Saturday, December 3, 2011

SUMO— Stanford University Mathematical Organization, an organization dedicated to promoting mathematics on the Stanford campus and elsewhere.

SWiM—Stanford Women in Mathematics has events throughout the year to keep the female math community strong. Suscribe to the mailing list to hear about events. To subscribe, fill out the form here.

Tutoring Information

The department has a list of Math Tutors

SUMO provides tutoring for the Math 50 series

The Undergrad Academic Life website has tutoring information

Career Information

The Stanford Career Development Center website has career planning resources including job/internship search (for both academic and non-academic searches), resume, cover letter and cv writing, interviewing and job talk prep, self-assessment, networking, and more.

The American Mathematical Society student page has career and employment information

The Mathematical Association of America has career and employment information



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