Course Recommendation Guide

The course recommendations provided here are determined based on your degree objectives at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) and your level of preparations in mathematics, including:

In general, the recommended courses are the highest level of mathematics courses you are eligible to take, which will help reduce the number of courses you will need to complete your degree.


Please note that the information below is only a guide and not a substitute for academic advising; you will work with an academic advisor to determine your actual math placement.

Degree Objective

The first factor in determining your math placement is your major. If you are undeclared, use the major or field that you are most strongly considering, but you should also consult your advisor from the University Center for Undergraduate Advising (UCUA).

You may already have credit for a required course. Check the section labeled "Course Credit" below.