The Mathematics Minor emphasizes the development of logical and quantitative thinking skills that are gained in studying mathematics. From a core set of calculus classes, you'll choose from a wide breadth of upper division mathematics electives. The Mathematics minor complements a variety of majors, including those from the natural sciences and business.
Requirements (26 credits):
- MATH 241-242 Calculus I (4), Calculus II (4)
- MATH 243-244 Calculus III (3), Calculus IV (3)
- And at least 12 credits of additional MATH courses at the 300- or 400-level, not including MATH 496 Tchg Assist & Tutoring Math (1–3) and at most 3 credits from MATH 399V Directed Studies (To Be Arranged) and MATH 499V Directed Studies (To Be Arranged) .