Mathematics Minor

The minor in Mathematics provides students with an understanding of the concepts and principles of applying computational tools.  Students will be exposed to a range of mathematical tools with a specific focus on the techniques that are useful in other fields of study, such as the sciences.  The minor is especially valuable for students in Natural and Social Science fields who want to develop a deeper understanding of how mathematics can instruct decisions.

The minor is not solely, or even primarily, for Natural Sciences & Mathematics majors. Students from many allied programs, including Kinesiology, pre-Nursing and Education, often pursue minors within the Division. Students interested in acquiring a minor for teacher certification should first consult with their academic advisor and the Education Division.

Program Requirements

MATH-170CALCULUS I4.00
MATH-175CALCULUS II4.00
MATH-253STATISTICAL METHODS FOR THE SCIENCES3.00
Program Electives
Select 9 credits of Math courses numbered 157 or higher9.00
Total Credits20.00