Mathematics Minor

About the Program
The Mathematics Minor is for students who are interested in Math but want their primary specialization to be in other areas. The Minor is designed to give you a basic introduction to Mathematics while allowing freedom and flexibility in your schedule to pursue a wider range of interests.

Summary of Requirements
The Mathematics Minor consists of 18 credits, including Calculus I and II; either Introduction to Statistics or Inferential Statistics; Differential Equations; and two elective courses chosen from Probability, Abstract Algebra, Linear Algebra, Calculus III, Advanced Calculus, and Numerical Analysis.

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