### Minor in Mathematics (MATH)

Administered by: Department of Mathematics, Computer Science and Statistics

Effective Fall, 2004

The program requires 21 hours of mathematics courses. The quality point average of all courses applied to the minor in Mathematics must be at least 2.0 based on a 4.0 system. Required courses are:

MATH.125 Calculus I

MATH.126 Calculus II

MATH.185 Discrete Mathematics

MATH.225 Calculus III

#### At least two courses (6 semester hours) chosen a list of upper-level courses:

MATH.226 Calculus IV

MATH.231 College Geometry

MATH.241 Probability and Statistics

MATH.310 Introduction to Abstract Algebra

MATH.314 Linear Algebra

MATH.322 Differential Equations

MATH.331 Modern Geometry

MATH.341 Statistical Methods

MATH.360 Number Theory

MATH.361 Coding and Signal Processing

MATH.381 Introduction to Operations Research

MATH.421 Advanced Calculus

MATH.422 Complex Variables

MATH.451 Introduction to Topology

At least one additional Mathematics course numbered MATH.226 or higher.