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Mathematics (Minor)

The Department of Mathematics offers a minor in Mathematics for undergraduates enrolled in any discipline or program other than Mathematics. The Mathematics minor is designed to provide students with an opportunity to attain greater breadth and depth in mathematics than their major field of study normally requires. Greater knowledge of mathematics and mathematical techniques are useful to a wide range of disciplines and provides students with critical thinking and analytical skills that are highly demanded in today's workforce.

Grade Requirements: A grade of at least a "C" must be earned in all courses used to satisfy the minor.

Note: Courses taken to satisfy a major in any field of study may not be used for credit toward the completion of this minor.

Curriculum for the Minor in Mathematics

Required Courses (Credit: 7 hours)

MATH 2253Calculus III

4 credits


MATH 2260Introductory to Linear Algebra

3 credits


MATH 2270Differential Equations

4 credits

Electives (Credit: 9 hours)

MATH Electives Credit: 9 hours

Any mathematics course above the 3000 level excluding Early Childhood Education courses (MATH 3106, MATH 3110, and MATH 3156).

Total Hours: 16