Mathematics (Minor)

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A minor in Mathematics can be developed to complement a major program in any major, with a focus on pure and applied mathematical theory.​

Course Requirements

Course Title Quarter Hours
Select one of the following three-course Calculus sequences:12-18
Sequence One
CALCULUS I
CALCULUS II
CALCULUS III
Sequence Two
CALCULUS WITH INTEGRATED PRECALCULUS I
CALCULUS WITH INTEGRATED PRECALCULUS II
CALCULUS WITH INTEGRATED PRECALCULUS III
Sequence Three
CALCULUS FOR MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE MAJORS I
CALCULUS FOR MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE MAJORS II
CALCULUS FOR MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE MAJORS III
Sequence Four
CALCULUS FOR LIFE SCIENCES I
CALCULUS FOR LIFE SCIENCES II
CALCULUS III WITH DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
Sequence Five 1
SUMMER CALCULUS I
SUMMER CALCULUS II
MAT 260MULTIVARIABLE CALCULUS I4
MAT 262LINEAR ALGEBRA4
or MAT 220 APPLIED LINEAR ALGEBRA
Choose one course from the following list:4
INTRODUCTION TO MATHEMATICAL REASONING
DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
APPLIED STATISTICAL METHODS
PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS I
MATHEMATICAL MODELING
NUMERICAL ANALYSIS I

Business students who have an exceptionally strong background in calculus, including calculus of trig functions, may be permitted by the chair to substitute MAT 135 and MAT 136 for MAT 150.

In general, mathematics students cannot earn a minor in the same academic program as their major.  A minor in Mathematics, however, can be earned if the student's major is one of the following:

  • BS Actuarial Science
  • BA Data Science
  • BA/BS Mathematics, with a concentration in Statistics