Minors

Minor in Mathematics

 

For full course descriptions, use the online Academic Calendar.

The student is required to take the three core courses and then choose four courses from the approved Mathematics option in order to attain a total of seven courses of which at least two courses must be 3000 level or above.

Required courses:

  • MATH 1200 - Calculus for Scientists I
  • MATH 1203 - Linear Algebra for Scientists and Engineers
  • MATH 2200 - Calculus for Scientists II

Approved options:

  • MATH 1224 - Introduction to Statistics
  • MATH 1271 - Discrete Mathematics
  • MATH 1505 - Puzzling Adventures in Mathematics
  • MATH 2101 - Abstract Algebra
  • MATH 2233 - Statistics for Biological Sciences
  • MATH 2234 - Concepts of Mathematical Statistics
  • MATH 2235 - Statistics with Applications in Geology
  • MATH 2307 - Differential Equations I
  • MATH 2311 - Linear Algebra II
  • MATH 2321 - Mathematical Probability
  • MATH 2323 - Introduction to Mathematical Statistics
  • MATH 2444 - Statistical Data Analysis
  • MATH 3101 - Numerical Analysis
  • MATH 3102 - Mathematical Modeling
  • MATH 3200 - Mathematical Methods
  • MATH 4101 - Abstract Algebra II
  • MATH 4102 - Analysis I
  • MATH 4103 - Complex Analysis
  • MATH 4104 - Introduction to Partial Differential Equations
  • MATH 4105 - Applied Linear Models
Notes
  • Courses in Italics are under development.
  • No more than three courses at the 1000 level can be used towards this minor.
  • No more than two of MATH 1224, MATH 2233, MATH 2234, MATH 2235, MATH 2321, MATH 2323, MATH 2444 and MATH 4105 can be used towards this minor.