The mathematics minor is comprised of eight courses (including five beyond the calculus sequence). This minor is ideal for students seeking to apply mathematical methods in other disciplines, particularly in the sciences, engineering, social sciences, computing, or business.
The mathematics minor includes three semesters of calculus, linear algebra, and either four additional mathematics courses numbered 3000 or above or basic concepts of math and three mathematics courses numbered 3000 or above. This minor totals 27-32 credit hours.
After completing this program, students should:
- develop analytical, reasoning, and have the tools to solve challenging problems
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Dr. Irina Mitrea, Chair
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Dr. Boris Datskovsky, Associate Chair
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Dr. Maria E. Lorenz, Undergraduate Chair
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