Undergraduate Catalog

Minor in Mathematics

One of the oldest academic subjects, mathematics plays an indispensable role in many fields, and new applications of mathematics are continuously being developed. A strong background in mathematics is a requirement for advancement in a large and increasing number of jobs and will give students more flexibility in choosing their careers.

Summary of Requirements

Required mathematics courses 12 hours

MAT 150Calculus I

4

MAT 205Calculus II

4

MAT 206Calculus III

4

Elective mathematics courses 6 hours

Choose from:

MAT 210Mathematical Proofs

3

MAT 307Linear Algebra

3

MAT 313Introduction to Probability

3

MAT 314Applied Statistics I

3

MAT 320History of Mathematics

3

MAT 328Differential Equations

3

MAT 340Introduction to Number Theory

3

MAT 348Introduction to Cryptography

3

MAT 360Introduction to Operations Research

3

MAT 361Numerical Analysis

3

MAT 410Foundations of Geometry

3

MAT 414Applied Statistics II

3

MAT 434Abstract Algebra

3

MAT 445Introduction to Complex Analysis

3

MAT 455Advanced Calculus I

3

MAT 456Advanced Calculus II

3

MAT 495Special Topics

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