Mathematics Minor

Program Requirements

Required Courses (11-14 credit hours)
Select one from the following:4-5
APPLIED CALCULUS I (4)
CALCULUS I 1 (4)
Select one from the following:4-5
APPLIED CALCULUS II (4)
CALCULUS II 1 (4)
Select one from the following:3-4
INTRODUCTION TO LINEAR ALGEBRA
DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
CALCULUS III 1 (4)
Electives (9 credit hours)
Select from the following:9
TECHNIQUES OF PROOF (prerequisite: MAT 162 and MAT 270)
FUNDAMENTALS OF ABSTRACT ALGEBRA (prerequisites: MAT 202 and MAT 300)
ABSTRACT ALGEBRA II (prerequisite: MAT 301)
DISCRETE MATHEMATICS II (prerequisite: MAT 270)
INTRODUCTORY PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS (3 years of HS Regents mathematics)
DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS (prerequisite: MAT 263 or permission of instructor)
INTERMEDIATE DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS (prerequisite: MAT 315)
MATHEMATICAL MODELING
MATHEMATICAL BIOLOGY (prerequisite: MAT 161 or permission of instructor))
MODERN GEOMETRY (prerequisite: MAT 270 or MAT 300)
PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS (prerequisites: MAT 127 or MAT 162 and MAT 270 or permission of instructor)
ELEMENTARY THEORY OF NUMBERS (4 years of HS Regents mathematics)
APPLIED NETWORKS (prerequisites: MAT 202 and MAT 270)
PROBABILITY THEORY (prerequisites: MAT 270 and MAT 127 or MAT 162. Credit will not be awarded for both MAT 325 and MAT 381)
MATHEMATICAL STATISTICS (prerequisites: MAT 263 and MAT 381)
APPLIED STATISTICS I (prerequisites: MAT 382 or MAT 325 or MAT 311 and MAT 381)
INTRODUCTION TO OPERATIONS RESEARCH (prerequisite: MAT 202 and MAT 270)
INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTABILITY (prerequisites MAT 270 and either MAT 301 or MAT 351)
APPLICATIONS OF LINEAR ALGEBRA (prerequisites: MAT 263 and MAT 264 and MAT 202)
COMPLEX VARIABLES (prerequisite: MAT 263)
INTRODUCTION TO REAL ANALYSIS I (prerequisite: MAT 263)
INTRODUCTION TO REAL ANALYSIS II (prerequisite: MAT 417)
SET THEORY (prerequisites: MAT 300 with at least a C or PHI 307 with at least a C)
MATHEMATICAL LOGIC (prerequisite: MAT 300 with at least a C or PHI 307 with at least a C)
NUMERICAL ANALYSIS (prerequisites: MAT 263 and MAT 264 and MAT 202)
INTRODUCTION TO TOPOLOGY (prerequisite: MAT 300 and MAT 301 or MAT 417)
SEMINAR (Permission of Instructor) (1-3)
CAPSTONE RESEARCH IN MATHEMATICS (prerequisite: MAT 301 or MAT 417 and senior status or permission of instructor)
SPECIAL PROJECT (Permission of Instructor) (1-3)
INDEPENDENT STUDY (Permission of Instructor) (3-12)
Total Credit Hours20-23
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MAT 161, MAT 162, and MAT 263 have one-hour co-requisites, MAT 163, MAT 164, MAT 264, respectively.