A minor in mathematics is available to all undergraduates. No more than two courses can be used to satisfy both minor requirements and the requirements of the student’s major field (meaning departmental degree requirements, including departmental technical electives and common course requirements of the student’s school).
The minor in mathematics requires 17 hours of mathematics courses, including:
MATH 121

Calculus for Science and Engineering I  
or MATH 125

Math and Calculus Applications for Life, Managerial, and Social Sci I  
MATH 122

Calculus for Science and Engineering II  
or MATH 124

Calculus II  
or MATH 126

Math and Calculus Applications for Life, Managerial, and Social Sci II  
MATH 223

Calculus for Science and Engineering III  
or MATH 227

Calculus III  
MATH 224

Elementary Differential Equations  
or MATH 228

Differential Equations  
MATH 150

Mathematics from a Mathematician’s Perspective ^{*}  
MATH 201

Introduction to Linear Algebra  
or MATH 307

Linear Algebra  
MATH 301

Undergraduate Reading Course  
MATH 302

Departmental Seminar  
MATH 303

Elementary Number Theory  
MATH 304

Discrete Mathematics  
MATH 308

Introduction to Abstract Algebra  
MATH 321

Fundamentals of Analysis I  
MATH 322

Fundamentals of Analysis II  
MATH 324

Introduction to Complex Analysis  
MATH 327

Convexity and Optimization  
MATH 330

Introduction of Scientific Computing  
MATH 333

Mathematics and Brain  
MATH 338

Introduction to Dynamical Systems  
MATH 343

Theoretical Computer Science  
MATH 363

Knot Theory  
MATH 380

Introduction to Probability  
Or any 400level MATH course 
*  To count toward a minor in mathematics, MATH 150 Mathematics from a Mathematician’s Perspective must be taken in the first or second year. 