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The Mathematics minor is designed to support those disciplines where mathematics in an essential tool. Among these are Marketing, Management, Physics, Electronics, Engineering, Telecommunications, Chemistry, Biology, Accounting, Computer Applications, Teaching and Psychology. The minor courses in the program develop the concepts and computational techniques, which will be useful in careers which have mathematical content.

Mathematics Minor Courses

  • Math A200 Introduction to Linear Algebra
  • Math A257 Calculus I
  • Math A258 Calculus II
  • Math A259 Calculus III or Math A310 Introduction to Differential Equations
  • Two Math Electives (300 or higher)

Computer Science

The minor in computer science is dedicated to providing students with the foundations of computer programming.

Computer Science Major Courses

  • COSC A211 Intro to Programming I
  • COSC A212 Programming II
  • COSC A217 Object-Oriented Programming
  • COSC A317 Data Structures
  • COSC Elective
  • MATH A200 
  • MATH A257

Interdisciplinary Minors

The Department of Mathematical Sciences also participates in the interdisciplinary Computational Science minor. Learn more here>>

Mathematics Course Information

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