Mathematics Minors

 

Minor in Mathematics for students in a Natural Science, Humanities or Social Science major – 18 credits  

  • Choice of:
    • MATH-203: Analytic Geometry and Calculus I (WOK: Problem Solving)
      AND
    • MATH-204: Analytic Geometry and Calculus II (WOK: Problem Solving
      OR
    • MATH-211: Calculus and Modern Analysis I (WOK: Problem Solving)
    • AND
    • MATH-212: Calculus and Modern Analysis II (WOK: Problem Solving
  • Four courses (12 credits) chosen from the following, which may not be offered every semester:
    • MATH-251: Calculus and Linear Algebra
    • MATH-252: Calculus and Modern Analysis III
    • MATH-261: Discrete Methods in Mathematics
    • MATH-262: Probability and Statistics
    • MATH-281: Special Topics in Mathematics/Topics vary by semester (Repeatable for credit)
    • MATH-305: Abstract Algebra I
    • MATH-306: Abstract Algebra II
    • MATH-307: Differential Equations
    • MATH-331: Mathematical Modeling
    • MATH-341: Introduction to Operations Research
    • MATH-342: Fundamentals of Geometry
    • MATH-481: Advanced Special Topics in Mathematics/Topics vary by semester (Repeatable for credit)

Minor in Mathematics for students in a Business major – 18 credits  

  • MATH-201: Mathematics for Management and the Social Sciences I (WOK: Problem Solving)
  • MATH-202: Mathematics for Management and the Social Sciences II (WOK: Problem Solving)
  • MATH-227: Introduction to Statistics
  • Three courses (9 credits) chosen from the following, which may not be offered every semester:
    • MATH-251: Calculus and Linear Algebra
    • MATH-261: Discrete Methods in Mathematics
    • MATH-281: Special Topics in Mathematics/Topics vary by semester (Repeatable for credit)
    • MATH-305: Abstract Algebra I
    • MATH-331: Mathematical Modeling
    • MATH-341: Introduction to Operations Research
    • MATH-481: Advanced Special Topics in Mathematics/Topics vary by semester (Repeatable for credit)
     

Minor in Mathematics for students majoring in Early Education (PreK–4) or Middle Level Education (4 to 8) – 18 credits  

  • MATH-231: Basic Mathematical Theory and Applications I (WOK: Problem Solving)
  • MATH-232: Basic Mathematical Theory and Applications II (WOK: Problem Solving)
  • Choice of:
    • MATH-202: Mathematics for Management and the Social Sciences II
      OR
    • MATH-203: Analytic Geometry and Calculus I
      AND
    • MATH-204: Analytic Geometry and Calculus II
  • Two to three courses (6 to 9 credits) chosen from the following, which may not be offered every semester:
    • MATH-233: Basic Mathematical Theory and Applications III (required for Middle Level)
    • MATH-251: Calculus and Linear Algebra
    • MATH-252: Calculus and Modern Analysis III
    • MATH-261: Discrete Methods in Mathematics
    • MATH-281: Special Topics in Mathematics/Topics vary by semester (Repeatable for credit)
    • MATH-305: Abstract Algebra I
    • MATH-342: Fundamentals of Geometry
    • MATH-481: Advanced Special Topics in Mathematics/Topics vary by semester (Repeatable for credit)