Students majoring in another subject who wish to minor in mathematics must complete the following requirements.
Code | Title | Credits |
---|---|---|
MATH A251 | Calculus I | 4-6 |
or MATH A251F | F.A.T. Calculus I | |
MATH A252 | Calculus II | 4-6 |
or MATH A252F | F.A.T. Calculus II | |
Complete at least 10 credits from the following, of which 6 must be at the upper-division level: | 10 | |
Calculus III | ||
Introduction to Discrete Mathematics | ||
Introduction to the Mathematics Major | ||
Fundamentals of Mathematics | ||
Ordinary Differential Equations | ||
Introduction to Geometries | ||
Discrete Methods | ||
Introduction to Number Theory | ||
Linear Algebra | ||
Stochastic Processes | ||
Introduction to Real Analysis | ||
Introduction to Abstract Algebra | ||
Mathematical Statistics | ||
Introduction to Complex Analysis | ||
Historical Mathematics | ||
Advanced Engineering Mathematics: Linear Algebra and Numerical Analysis | ||
Advanced Engineering Mathematics: Partial Differential Equations and Complex Variables | ||
Numerical Analysis | ||
Concepts of Topology | ||
Introduction to Differential Geometry | ||
Partial Differential Equations | ||
Selected Topics in Mathematics ^{1} | ||
Probability and Statistics | ||
Total | 18-22 |
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A maximum of 6 credits of MATH A490 may be applied to the program requirements.
A minimum of 18 credits is required for the minor, of which 6 must be approved upper-division mathematics credits.