The Mathematics Minor teaches students advanced scientific concepts and prepares them for more technical careers in the fields of medicine, law, business and more. Students of any major are allowed to minor in mathematics.
Requirements for the Mathematics Minor
Students are required to take at least 18-20 credit hours in the mathematics field, including the following classes:
MT 210 Calculus and Analytical Geometry I (5 Semester Hours)
This course is a study of elementary calculus with analytical geometry, including the topics of integration, approximation, derivation of algebraic, logarithmic, exponential, trigonometric and inverse trigonometric functions with applications.
MT 211 Calculus and Analytic Geometry II (4 Semester Hours)
This course continues the topics learned in MT 210, including fundamental theorems, polar coordinates, indeterminate forms, improper integrals, infinite series and more analytical geometry.
As well as one course from the following selection of courses from Math Minor Group 1:
MT 207 Probability and Statistics (3 Semester Hours)
MN 215 Business Statistics (3 Semester hours)
PS 204 Statistics (4 Semester Hours)
And two courses from the following selection of Math Minor Group 2 courses:
MT 209 Discrete Mathematics (3 Semester Hours)
MT 213 Calculus and Analytical Geometry III (4 Semester Hours)
MT 301 Modern Geometry (3 Semester Hours)
MT 303 History of Mathematics (3 Semester Hours)
MT 309 Differential Equations (3 Semester Hours)
MT 311 Intermediate Analysis (3 Semester Hours)
MT 323 Modern Linear Algebra (4 Semester Hours)
MT 324 Modern Abstract Algebra (3 Semester Hours)
MT 330 Numerical Methods (3 Semester Hours)
MT 370 Special Topics (3 Semester Hours)