Undergraduate: The Programs

Minors

The National Science Foundation (NSF) and National Security Agency (NSA) recognize the need for a high quality STEM workforce. STEM majors enjoy an advantage in today’s economy and are projected to remain in-demand well into the future. With a mathematics or statistics minor you strengthen your science degree without increasing time to graduation.

Requirements for Mathematics Minor

A minimum of 15 semester hours of coursework with a grade of C or better consististing of

  • (6 s.h.) MAT 191: Calculus I and MAT 292: Calculus II; or
    (8 s.h.) MAT 196: Calculus A and MAT 296: Calculus B;
  • (3 s.h.) MAT 310: Elementary Linear Algebra or MAT 353: Introduction to Discrete Mathematics;
  • (6 s.h.) Two additional MAT or STA courses at the 200 level or above that count toward the MATH major.

Requirements for Statistics Minor

A minimum of 15 semester hours of coursework with a grade of C or better consististing of

  • (3 s.h.) STA 290: Introduction to Probability and Statistical Inference; or
    (3 s.h.) STA 271: Fundamental Concepts of Statistics
  • (3 s.h.) STA 301: Statistical Methods;
  • (9 s.h.) Three additional STA courses at the 300 level or above.

More Information

For more information and guidance, contact the Department of Mathematics and Statistics Director of Undergraduate Studies.