This minor is intended primarily for students in fields of study that require strong
mathematical skills, such as Engineering, Computer Science, and Physics. Depending on
the choice of courses, the student can, for instance, enhance his or her understanding in
the areas of real and complex analysis, algebra, and/or numerical analysis.
General requirements for admission to this minor are those of the University policy on
Undergraduate Academic Minors. A minor in Mathematics may not include more than 2
courses (6 credits) which are counted in the student’s “Major Requirements” category. Refer to the section entitled “General Rules and Regulations for Minors” of the catalog.
Graduation Requirements and Suggested Schedule
To satisfy the requirements of a minor in Mathematics, a student must pass five courses from the pool of courses as follows:
- First semester (2 courses; 6 credits): MAT 224, MAT 215 or MAT 235.
- Second semester (2 courses; 6 credits): MAT 325 or MAT 326, MAT 305, MAT 324 or MAT 333, MAT 335, MAT 339.
- Third semester (1 course; 3 credits): MAT 411, MAT 412.
“D” is the passing grade for each course, and the minor should be completed with a GPA of 2.0.