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18.062 18.062[J] Mathematics for Computer Science

Prereq: Calculus I (GIR)
U (Fall, Spring)
12 Units. REST

See description under subject 6.042[J].

F. T. Leighton, A. R. Meyer, A. Moitra

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Computer Science and Engineering (Course 6-3)

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...042[J] (if taken under joint number 18.062[J] ) in the Department Program] 2...

Mathematics with Computer Science (Course 18-C)

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General Institute Requirements (GIRs) The General Institute Requirements include a Communication Requirement that is integrated into both the HASS Requirement and the requirements of each major; see details below. Summary of Subject Requirements Subjects Science Requirement 6 Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences (HASS) Requirement; at least two of these subjects must be designated as communication-intensive (CI-H) to fulfill the Communication Requirement. 8 Restricted Electives in Science and Technology (REST) Requirement [can be satisfied by 18.03 or 18.06 and 18.062[J] (if taken under joint number 6.042[J] ) in the Departmental Program] 2 Laboratory Requirement (12 units) [can be satisfied by 6.009 in the Departmental Program] 1 Total GIR Subjects Required for SB Degree 17 Physical Education Requirement Swimming requirement, plus four physical education courses for eight points. Departmental Program Choose at least two subjects in the major that are designated as communication-intensive (CI-M) to fulfill the Communication Requirement.

Department of Mathematics

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The Department of Mathematics offers training at the undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate levels. Its expertise covers a broad spectrum of fields ranging from the traditional areas of "pure" mathematics, such as analysis, algebra, geometry, and topology, to applied mathematics areas such as combinatorics, computational biology, fluid dynamics, theoretical computer science, and theoretical physics.