Mathematicians study concepts and theories used to solve problems involving quantitative relationships. Opportunities for mathematically-oriented graduates exist in such areas as physics, engineering, space technology, economics, business management, statistics, actuarial sciences, operations research, medical research, environmental sciences, and teaching. The Mathematics minor prepares graduates for positions in industry and teaching or to continue their education in graduate programs.
Minor in Mathematics Requirements: 18-20 Credits
|MTH 245||Calculus I||4|
|MTH 246||Calculus II||4|
|MTH 350||Applied Linear Algebra and Differential Equations||3|
|3 additional MTH courses numbered 300 or above||7|