(See related minor program: Computational Mathematics)
MATH | 213 | Calculus I and Lab | |
MATH | 214 | Calculus II and Lab |
and four Mathematics courses at the 200 level or above
Engineering students who wish to pursue a math minor would benefit by taking four of the following courses:
MATH | 255 | Introduction to Mathematical Software | |
MATH | 305 | Mathematical Modeling | |
MATH | 315 | Probability and Statistics | |
MATH | 317 | Differential Equations | |
MATH | 331 | Linear Algebra | |
MATH | 330 | Engineering Mathematics or MATH 351 Calculus of Several Variables | |
MATH | 342 | Numerical Analysis |
Business students who wish to pursue a math minor would benefit by taking four of the following courses:
MATH | 301 | Linear Programming | |
MATH | 315 | Probability and Statistics | |
MATH | 317 | Differential Equations | |
MATH | 331 | Linear Algebra | |
MATH | 342 | Numerical Analysis |
Science students who wish to pursue a math minor would benefit by taking four of the following courses:
MATH | 255 | Introduction to Mathematical Software | |
MATH | 305 | Mathematical Modeling | |
MATH | 315 | Probability and Statistics | |
MATH | 317 | Differential Equations | |
MATH | 331 | Linear Algebra | |
MATH | 342 | Numerical Analysis | |
MATH | 351 | Calculus of Several Variables |
Computer Science students who wish to pursue a math minor would benefit by taking four of the following courses:
MATH | 221 | Discrete Mathematics | |
MATH | 315 | Probability and Statistics | |
MATH | 331 | Linear Algebra | |
MATH | 342 | Numerical Analysis | |
MATH | 390 | Abstract Algebra |