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The following courses can be used to fulfill the mathematics requirement:
- CIS: CIS/ENM 1600, CIS/ENM 2610
- EAS: EAS/ENM 205
- ENM: All courses. Notice that you cannot take both ENM2510(8) and MATH2410 (only one or the other); ENM 3750 (due to overlap between 4020 (formally ESE 302) and STAT4310 you can take only one of these).
- ESE: ESE/ENM 3010, ESE 4020
- Mathematics: Any course(2) from MATH 1400 or above (and the honor’s equivalent)(7), except the following(3): 1100, 1510, 1234, 1248, 1300, 150, 151, 1700, 172, 174, 180, 2100(6), 212, 220, 2800, 475
- Philosophy: 1710, 4723
- STAT(1): 4300, 4310, 4320, 4330
*Please note: Red, bolded courses may not be active. Check with the primary department to confirm course status.
(1) STAT 4300, 4310 and ESE 3010, 4020 are equivalent sets of courses. Students who have taken any of these may not take ENM 321. Also, note that students who entered prior to Fall 2012 may use STAT 1110 as a free elective only.
(2) Students who take ENM2510 cannot take MATH2410 since there is a lot of overlap.
(3) Students may not receive credit for two courses at the same level where the content is similar. A number of forbidden pairs of courses are listed in the Course Register.
(4) Students who took MATH 3120 prior to May, 2006 may NOT count this course as a Mathematics requirement.
(5) Freshman Seminars may not be used to fulfill the SEAS Mathematics Requirement
(6) Starting Fall 2014, Math 2100 may not be used to fulfill a Math requirement.
(7) If you take an honor Math class (e.g. Math 1610 instead of Math 1410; or Math 2600 instead of Math 2400.) there is no need to petition.
(8) If your major requires you to take Math 2410, you can replace it with ENM 2510 without a petition since both are equivalent.
(9) CIS 2620 counts as an Engineering course for those entering Fall 2020 and later.