MMSS Adjunct Major

Students must also complete the Undergraduate Registration Requirement and the degree requirements of their home school.

Course Title
Adjunct Major Requirements (14 units)
6 first-year courses:
MMSS 211-1
MMSS 211-2
MMSS 211-3
Social Science Theories & Meth-First Yr
and Social Science Theories & Meth-First Yr
and Social Science Theories & Meth-First Yr
MATH 285-1
MATH 285-2
MATH 285-3
Accelerated Mathematics for MMSS: First Year
and Accelerated Mathematics for MMSS: First Year
and Accelerated Mathematics for MMSS: First Year
6 second-year courses:
MMSS 300-0Foundations of Mathematical Social Science
MMSS 311-1
MMSS 311-2
Social Science Theories & Meth--2nd Yr
and Social Science Theories & Meth--2nd Yr
MATH 385-0Probability and Statistics for MMSS
MATH 386-1
MATH 386-2
Econometrics for MMSS
and Econometrics for MMSS
2 senior-year courses:
MMSS 398-1
MMSS 398-2
Senior Seminar
and Senior Seminar
or MMSS 398-1
MMSS 398-3
Senior Seminar
and Senior Seminar
  • All adjunct majors require completion of a stand-alone major as well. MMSS students must complete a major in a social science or other approved area. See the Mathematics Second Major or Minor for MMSS Students for information about the major or the minor in mathematics when combined with the MMSS adjunct major; see the program website for information on adjustments to requirements in other majors for students in MMSS.

Honors in MMSS

All MMSS students write a senior thesis in MMSS, in another major, or in both. Students should enroll in two units of the MMSS senior seminar. Students must enroll in   MMSS 398-1 Senior Seminar, and at least  MMSS 398-2 Senior Seminar or  MMSS 398-3 Senior Seminar. Students who write an MMSS thesis of sufficiently high quality, and earn sufficiently high grades may be recommended to the college for graduation with honors in MMSS. For more information consult the program director and see Honors in the Major.