A minor in mathematics is an excellent complement to many majors in the sciences, arts, or even visual arts. A math minor will prepare you for many different professional programs and careers. Your abstract thinking and logical reasoning skills will put you at an advantage for any competitive-entry program, like law or medicine. The math minor also counts as a (very in-demand) second teachable subject for education students.
- Mathematics 1000, 1001
- 18 additional credit hours in Mathematics and Statistics courses at the 2000 level or higher, with at least 6 credit hours at the 3000 level or higher
- Note: Computer Science 1001 or 1510, or Engineering 1020, can be used in place of a mathematics course at the 2000 level, and Physics 3820 can be used in place of a mathematics course at the 3000 level.