By minoring in mathematics, students majoring in another discipline can enhance their educational experience beyond the University core, increase their quantitative skills, learn some interesting mathematics, and explore how these might be applied to their major field of study.
The Mathematics Minor Program consists of a total of at least six courses in mathematics.
- MATH 150 Functions
- MATH 151 Calculus I
- MATH 201 History of Mathematics
- MATH 230 Statistics
- MATH 250 Calculus II
- MATH 251 Vector Calculus
- MATH 252 Ordinary Differential Equations
- MATH 270 Scientific Programming
- MATH 310 Algebraic Structures
- MATH 311 Linear Structures
- MATH 312 Number Theory
- MATH 330 Probability
- MATH 350 Real Analysis
- MATH 351 Complex Analysis
- MATH 352 Partial Differential Equations
- MATH 360 Differential Geometry
- MATH 361 Knot Theory
- MATH 490 Senior Seminar
- MATH 491 Undergraduate Research
Note: MATH 150 Functions may count as one of the six courses, but MATH 100 Number, Magnitude and Form, MATH 110 College Algebra, and MATH 120 Finite Mathematics do not.