Math-Minor

Mathematics Minor

A Mathematics Minor on a student’s transcript indicates that a student can think logically, formulate sound arguments and support them with evidence, solve problems, formulate alternative approaches when the initial approach to a problem does not result in a solution, and possesses the skills to identify the essential elements of a problem.   Students will be able to apply abstract tools learned in a variety of contexts to solve a variety of problems.

Minors requires a minimum of 15 credits with an average grade of “C-” or above. Those wishing to include a minor in their curriculum should consult their advisor or the APM of Mathematics.

 

Curriculum
Mathematics Minor Total Credits
15 crs.   
MAT171 Calculus I
3 crs.   
MAT172 Calculus II
3 crs.   
MAT271 Multivariable Calculus I
3 crs.   
MAT Elective 220-Level and Above
3 crs.   
MAT Elective 220-Level and Above
3 crs.   
*Special Academic Department approval can be sought for students looking to replace Calculus I MAT171 and/or Calculus II MAT172 with higher level courses at which point the 15 credits will be comprised of a modified version of the Calculus sequence and the balance of courses must be numbered MAT220 or higher.

The university reserves the right to change or update the curriculum at any time. The university will notify students of any changes officially through the university website.


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