Students majoring in another subject who wish to minor in mathematics must complete the following requirements.
|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|
|Introduction to Discrete Mathematics|
|Introduction to the Mathematics Major|
|Fundamentals of Mathematics|
|Ordinary Differential Equations|
|Introduction to Geometries|
|Introduction to Number Theory|
|Introduction to Real Analysis|
|Introduction to Abstract Algebra|
|Introduction to Complex Analysis|
|Advanced Engineering Mathematics: Linear Algebra and Numerical Analysis|
|Advanced Engineering Mathematics: Partial Differential Equations and Complex Variables|
|Concepts of Topology|
|Introduction to Differential Geometry|
|Partial Differential Equations|
|Selected Topics in Mathematics 1|
|Probability and Statistics|
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.