The Mathematics Department offers Mathematics and Mathematics-Computer Science degrees.  Students can earn a Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics.  The Mathematics-Computer Science major is a Bachelor of Science. 


Mathematics (MATH) majors take the following MATH course in the first semester:

  • MATH 157 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I*

Mathematics-Computer Science majors take the following CPSC and MATH courses in the first semester:

  • CPSC 121 Computer Science I
  • MATH 157 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I*

*Placement into MATH 157 is evaluated by Academic Advising and Assistance and the Math Department using the student's high school transcript and standardized test scores. Students not ready for MATH 157 will start in MATH 147 (Pre-calculus).  Both MATH 147 and MATH 157 are offered this summer through Gonzaga University Summer Term, for students who want to get a head start on their studies, or prepare themselves for Calculus in the fall.  For information, visit  Students with college or AP/IB credit will be placed into the appropriate level math course.  For information on Gonzaga's Advanced Standing policy for AP/IB credit, please visit the Office of Admission website.

For program information and course descriptions, please visit the on-line Undergraduate Catalogue.  You will follow the 2015-16 Undergraduate Catalogue.  This catalogue is currently under construction but should be posted sometime this summer.  In the meantime, please refer to the 2014-15 Undergraduate Catalogue, as much of the information is the same.

What other courses are required of GU students? Learn more about core requirements.