Mathematics Minor

College of Arts and Sciences

For information contact Jay Stine, PhD

The computer revolution and the growing reliance on statistics and quantitative research have broadened the application of mathematical principles. The physical sciences, as well as the behavioral and social sciences, have need for individuals with experience in mathematics. The minor program in mathematics exposes students to both classical and contemporary mathematical techniques.

Course Sequence

MTH 171

Calculus I

4

MTH 172

Calculus II

4

MTH 241

Linear Algebra

3

Math Electives

Three courses numbered 200 or above (MTH 115, Basic Statistics, may also count toward the minor)

9 credits minimum

Total 20 credits minimum

See Mathematics Course Descriptions