Minor in Mathematics

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Quantifiable Benefits

Choose from a wide array of mathematics courses and then apply your new skills to your chosen career path. Students who are required to take calculus should consider a minor in mathematics. The 18-credit minor in mathematics is an excellent complement to a degree in any quantitative discipline.

Required Courses

MATH 121 or 125 and MATH 122 or 126: 6–8 credits

Controlled Electives

Other courses for math majors, MATH 309 and 343, and one of MATH 411 or 412 may be included*: 10–12 credits, six of which must be at 300-level or above.*

*The following courses are excluded: MATH 100, 101, 105, 110, 115, 214, 217, 417, 418, and courses for the Middle-Level Education 4–8/Mathematics Specialization.

A cumulative GPA of at least 2.0 in MATH courses is required for a minor in mathematics. The department will not certify a minor for a transfer student unless at least two of the courses counting for the minor have been completed in the Mathematical and Computer Sciences Department.