Student Learning Outcomes
Students graduating from this program will:
- a) demonstrate reasoning skills necessary to read and understand basic mathematical proofs.
- b) construct basic mathematical or statistical models for solving real-world problems.
- c) apply well-known analytical, statistical, or numerical techniques to analyze basic models.
- d) produce a well-written technical report or assignment related to mathematics or statistics.
A minor in mathematics may be obtained by completing a total of 19-20 hours of mathematics courses, including:
|MATH 210||Calculus I||4|
|or MATH 266||Accelerated Calculus I|
|MATH 220||Calculus II||3-4|
|or MATH 268||Accelerated Calculus II|
|One MATH/STAT course at 200-level or above 1||3-4|
|Three MATH/STAT courses at the 300-level or above in the department 2||9|
|Linear Algebra I|
|On Solid Ground: Sets and Proof|
|Graph Theory with Applications|
|Ordinary Differential Equations|
|Advanced Analysis I|
|Partial Differential Equations|
|Introduction to Complex Variables|
|Linear Algebra II|
|History of Mathematics|
|Statistical Design of Experiments|
|Introduction To Mathematical Statistics I|
|Introduction To Mathematical Statistics II|
|Statistical Models in Actuarial Science|
|Statistical Models for Life Contingencies|
One of the following courses can be taken to fulfill an elective at the 200-level: E&C-ENGR 241, MEC-ENGR 272.
One of the following courses can be taken to fulfill for the 300-level or above elective: CIV-ENGR 319, COMP-SCI 394R, E&C-ENGR 341R, PHYSICS 330.