2022-2023 Cal Poly Humboldt Catalog 
    
    Jun 27, 2022  
2022-2023 Cal Poly Humboldt Catalog

Oceanography, B.S. MAP (ready for calculus)


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Major Academic Plans


Major Academic Plans (or MAPS) show courses you might take each semester to meet your degree requirements. Students at Cal Poly Humboldt follow many different paths to graduation. Your educational and career goals, as well as personal interests all contribute to determining the courses you take. We encourage you to discuss course options with an advisor.

Build your personalized plan in DARS plans using the MAP as a resource. Meet with your advisor each semester to assist in planning and to review your progress. 

Set yourself up for academic success in historically difficult classes. Add a 1-unit Supplemental Instruction (SI) session to one or more of your classes. SI sessions are linked with specific classes. 

  options to see if there’s a match with a class you are taking.

Year 1


Semester 1 (13-15 Units)


[1] Prerequisite of MATH 102 or (MATH 101 and MATH 101T) or placement into calculus. See placement categories in Admission Information  for details. Students not yet eligible to take MATH 105 or MATH109 should consult an advisor.

[2] See Major Notes for math and physics pathways.

Semester 2 (15-17 Units)


[3] If ENGL 104 was taken last semester, take an elective, other GE or major course in place of ENGL 103.

Year 2


Year 3


Year 4


Semester 7 (15-17 Units)


Semester 8 (13-15 Units)


[2] See Major Notes for math and physics pathways.

Major Notes


Students choose 1 of 2 pathways for math, physics and electives units: Pathway 1: MATH 105, MATH 215, STAT 109, PHYX 106, PHYX 107 and 13 units of major electives decided with advisor. Pathway 2: MATH 109, MATH 110, MATH 210, PHYX 109, PHYX 210 and 11 units of major electives decided with advisor.

GE modifications for this major: the Upper Division GE Area B requirement is met by completion of this major.

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