Minor in Mathematics

The minor in Mathematics is a program designed to offer a concentrated focus in mathematics. Coursework provides the computational and analytic skills foundational for further study in a variety of majors including computer science, engineering and applied mathematics.

Program Director: Timothy J. Iverson

Program Learning Outcomes

The student will

  1. Investigate and apply mathematical ideas and models in a variety of contexts.
  2. Communicate mathematical ideas both orally and in writing.

Program Requirements

  • MAT 172 Analytic Geometry and Calculus 1

  • MAT 182 Analytic Geometry and Calculus 2

  • MAT 210 Linear Algebra and Matrix Theory

  • MAT 260 Differential Equations

  • Choose two Mathematics Electives* (300 level or higher):

    • MAT 310 Probability and Statistics

    • MAT 315 Analytical Statistics

    • MAT 365 Numerical Analysis

    • MAT 430 Operations Research

    • MAT 450 Mathematical Methods in Private/Public Sectors

    • MAT 470 Systems Simulation

*The two mathematics electives must be in addition to any math content required of the student’s major. All pre-requisite requirements must be satisfied

20 credit hours

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