Mathematics

A minor in mathematics will help you become a better problem solver. Whatever your major, learning mathematics will enhance your skill set and make you more attractive to employers. Analytical skills are valued in the work place now more than ever. A mathematics minor makes sense.

Coordinator: Lasse Savola 

Requirements

MA 331 Calculus I
MA 332 Calculus II

Complete three of the following courses. Note: MA 213 and MA 311 cannot both be used to complete the total of 15 credits needed for the minor.

Course Credits
MA 142 Geometry and Art of Design  
MA 200 A Visual Approach to Numbers  
MA 213 QUANTITATIVE METHODS  
MA 222 STATISTICAL ANALYSIS  
MA 300 THE MATHEMATICS OF FINANCIAL LIFE MANAGEMENT   
MA 301 GRAPH THEORY (HONORS)   
MA 311 MATH MODELING FOR BUSINESS APPLICATIONS  
MA 321 DATA ANALYSIS FOR BUSINESS APPLICATIONS   
MA 322 STATISTICS, MACHINE LEARNING AND DATA MINING   
MA 329 PREDICTIVE ANALYTICS FOR PLANNING AND FORECASTING   
MA 392 MATHEMATICS OF PERSONAL FINANCE (HONORS)   
MA 361 NUMBER THEORY  
SS 101 MATHEMATICAL ECONOMICS  

Please check the Undergraduate Catalog for course descriptions and any prerequisite information.