Mathematics - MINOR
Mathematics is the foundation for countless fields of study, including but not limited to biology, health science, engineering and finance. Students who complete this minor demonstrate to future employers that they possess strong problem-solving skills and are adaptive thinkers. A math minor may help students to future-proof their careers and stand out in a challenging job marketplace.
|MATH1040||Calculus I *||3|
|MATH2040||Calculus II *||3|
|MATH3040||Calculus III *||3|
|MATH2001||Statistics I *||3|
|or MATH2010||Introduction to Biostatistics|
|Choose one of the following: **||3|
Any math course at 2000 level or higher
|Leonardo da Vinci: Culture, Art and Math|
|Logic, Reasoning and Nonsense: How to Tell the Difference|
|The Mathematics of Art|
Students who are required to take MATH1040 Calculus I, MATH2040 Calculus II, MATH3040 Calculus III, MATH2001 Statistics I or MATH2010 Introduction to Biostatistics as part of their major must choose additional courses from the elective list.
Students are responsible for meeting prerequisites.