Minor: Mathematics

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.

Program Requirements

A minor in mathematics may be obtained by completing a total of 19-20 hours of mathematics courses, including:

MATH 210Calculus I4
or MATH 266 Accelerated Calculus I
MATH 220Calculus II3-4
or MATH 268 Accelerated Calculus II
One MATH/STAT course at 200-level or above 13-4
Calculus III
Elementary Statistics
Three MATH/STAT courses at the 300-level or above in the department 29
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
Abstract Algebra
Linear Algebra II
Scientific Computing
History of Mathematics
Mathematical Modeling
Statistical Design of Experiments
Introduction To Mathematical Statistics I
Introduction To Mathematical Statistics II
Statistical Models in Actuarial Science
Statistical Models for Life Contingencies
Total Credits19-21