Students who meet the regular degree requirements of the University for a major in some other program may receive a minor in mathematics by completing 18 s.h. of math courses, which must include MAT 204 and MAT 205, but may not include a course numbered below 150. Two semesters of science colloquium (NSC 300), including one presentation, must also be taken for credit.
REQUIRED MINOR CORE
Complete the following courses.
- - Calculus I (4 s.h.)
- - Calculus II (4 s.h.)
Complete two semesters of colloquium; one presentation required.
- - Science Colloquium (0-1 s.h.)
ELECTIVE(S) IN MINOR
Complete 8-9 s.h. of elective courses in mathematics numbered above 204.
- - Introduction to Data Science (3 s.h.)
- - Math for Elementary Teachers I (4 s.h.)
- - Math for Elementary Teachers II (4 s.h.)
- - Statistics (3 s.h.)
- - Numerical Methods (3 s.h.)
- - Probability and Statistics (3 s.h.)
- - Foundations of Geometry (3 s.h.)
- - Linear Algebra (3 s.h.)
- - Abstract Algebra (3 s.h.)
- - Logic and Discrete Mathematics (3 s.h.)
- - Mathematical Foundations for Data Analysis (3 s.h.)
- - Calculus III (4 s.h.)
- - Differential Equations (3 s.h.)
- - Introduction to Real Analysis (3 s.h.)
- - Truth and Beauty: Topics in the Philosophy of Mathematics **Designated Honors Course** (3 s.h.)
- - Special Topics in Mathematics (1-4 s.h.)
- - Teaching High School Math (3 s.h.)
- - Independent Study (1-3 s.h.)