Mathematics, Minor

The Mathematics minor prepares students majoring in other disciplines with a broad background in mathematics. This preparation enhances students' professional appeal to employers seeking skilled individuals adept at deriving mathematically-based solutions to various problems.

Restricted Electives: 6-8
MATH 192Calculus and Analytic Geometry I3-4
or MATH 190 Calculus I
MATH 193Calculus and Analytic Geometry II3-4
or MATH 191 Calculus II
Electives: 18 Credits
Select a minimum of 18 credits from the following courses, at least 12 of which must be numbered 200 or higher:18
CS 202Discrete Structures I3
CS 203Discrete Structures II3
MATH 140Statistics I3
MATH 166Elementary Functions3
MATH 175Enhanced Precalculus4
MATH 220Applications of Mathematics3
MATH 225Mathematics makes a Case: Global Climate Change3
MATH 240Introduction to Number Theory1
MATH 245Introduction to Graph Theory1
MATH 250Introduction to Combinatorics1
MATH 255Financial Mathematics3
MATH 260Linear Algebra3
MATH 290Calculus III3
MATH 291Calculus IV3
MATH 292Calculus & Analytical Geometry III4
MATH 295Survey of Modern Mathematics3
MATH 310Differential Equations3
MATH 311Differential Equations for Engineers4
MATH 320Modern Geometry I3
MATH 321Modern Geometry II3
MATH 330Mathematical Statistics I3
MATH 331Mathematical Statistics II3
MATH 350Elements of Numerical Analysis3
MATH 370Abstract Algebra3
MATH 371Abstract Algebra II3
MATH 380Real Analysis3
MATH 410History of Mathematics3
MATH 430Topology3
MATH 440Number Theory3
MATH 445Complex Variables3
MATH 450Advanced Calculus I3
MATH 451Advanced Calculus II3
Total: 24-26