Department of Mathematics Minor in Mathematics 

Overview
BA in Mathematics
BS in Mathematics Graduate Programs 
Requirements: 17 credits in math courses including: MAT 181 Calculus I (or MAT 171) (4 credits) MAT 182 Calculus II (4 credits) 9 additional credits taken from the following major math course offerings: MAT 141 Foundational Discrete Mathematics (3 credits) MAT 165 Introductory Discrete Mathematics (4 credits) MAT 185 Introduction to Symbolic Computations MAT 207 Proofs (3 credits) MAT 222 Introductory Statistics (3 credits) MAT 250 Mathematical Modeling (3 credits) MAT 251 Posing and Solving Problems in Mathematics MAT 281 Calculus III (4 credits) MAT 342 Topics in Geometry (3 credits) MAT 272 Introduction to Linear Algebra (3 credits) MAT 282 Ordinary Differential Equations (3 credits) MAT 298/398/498 Faculty Developed Study (13 credits) MAT 299/399/499 Student Developed Study (13 credits) MAT 332 Introduction to Applied Mathematics (3 credits) MAT 359 Introduction to Theory of Computation (3 credits) MAT 363 History of Mathematics (3 credits) MAT 375 Algebraic Structures (3 credits) MAT 383 Introduction to Mathematical Analysis (3 credits) MAT 467 Topics in Mathematics (3 credits) MAT 453 Senior Seminar (3 credits)
The following courses cannot be counted towards a minor in mathematics: MAT 100, 100P, 105, 106, 110, 113, 115, 118, 120, 127, 133, 135, 170, 209, 210, 211, 212 and 311 
Modified 25 September, 2017 , DRB