Minor
College: College of Science and Mathematics
Department: Mathematics & StatisticsDescription
The academic minor in Mathematics is designed to enable a student with a significant interest in Mathematics to deepen his/her knowledge while pursuing a concentration in another field. While the concentration will often be in a field that makes significant use of mathematics, such as a science or a quantitative social science, it may be in any area of study.
Minor Requirements
A minimum of 21 credit hours with a minimum GPA of 2.25 or a grade of at least a “C” for each course.
Coursework Overview
Requirements: 
Sem. Hrs. 
MATH 2204, Calculus I 
4

MATH 2214, Calculus II 
4

MATH 3254, Calculus III 
4

Mathematics or Statistics Electives (select three of the following): MATH 3243, Linear Algebra MATH 3273, Applied Complex Analysis MATH 3303, Modern Algebra I MATH 3323, Mathematical Modeling MATH 3343, College Geometry MATH 4403, Differential Equations MATH 4423, Modern Algebra II MATH 4513, Applied Mathematics MATH 4533, Numerical Methods MATH 4553, Advanced Calculus I MATH 4563, Advanced Calculus II STAT 4453, Probability and Statistics I STAT 4463, Probability and Statistics II 
9

Total Required Hours: 
21 