Humans have been crunching numbers for just about as long as we’ve been around. Mathematics, after all, isn’t simply about solving equations but applying those answers to bigger questions in society. The Mathematics minor honors that tradition by stressing application while ensuring a strong foundation of theory.
Upon completion of the Mathematics minor, students will be able to:
- Students will generalize and apply mathematical concepts that are integrated into disciplines or appear in everyday life.
- Students will distinguish and apply mathematical perception and practical skills in logical thinking, carrying out deductive and inductive reasoning.
- Students will utilize the more advanced mathematical knowledge and computational skills to the study of other disciplines, numerically, analytically and graphically.
- Where relevant, students will be able to initiate the growth of their own mathematical maturity to undertake higher-level studies in mathematics and related fields.
- MA 210 Calculus I
- MA 211 Calculus II
- MA 311 Calculus III
- MA 401 Linear Algebra
- Six upper division credits in Mathematics*
*Upper division Mathematics courses are offered according to sufficient demand
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