Mathematics - Undergraduate Minor

A student must pass 18 or more credit hours in MATH and STAT courses, with at least 9 of the credits in upper division courses and three of those 9 credits in courses numbered above 400.

Requirements
Select 18 credits or more in MATH and STAT courses, with at least 9 of the credits in upper division courses and three of those 9 credits in courses numbered above 400: 118
The following courses are excluded from the minor:
Courses numbered below MATH 190
Directed Study1-3
Mathematics Appreciation3
Readings1-3
Fundamentals of Algebra and Geometry I3
Calculus with Hands-on Applications3
Undergraduate Research1-3
Survey of Geometry3
Directed Reading1-6
Undergraduate Research1-3
Select one from the following (at most):3
Statistics for Business and the Behavioral Sciences3
Statistics for Psychological Sciences3
Statistics for Engineers and Scientists I3
Total Credits18
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MATH 401 Special Topics must be approved by the department for credit toward the minor. Any course taught outside the Department of Mathematical Sciences but cross-listed with a MATH or STAT course, must also be approved by the department for credit toward the minor. A student may not earn a bachelor’s degree in mathematics or a supplementary major in applied mathematics and also earn a minor in mathematics.