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Mathematics, Minor

Total Required Credit Hours in Mathematics 20-23 cr

 

A. Required Courses (11-14 cr)

Select one of the following:
MAT 126 Applied Calculus I or
*MAT 161 Calculus I   
                                                4-5 hours

Select one of the following:
MAT 127 Applied Calculus II or
*MAT 162 Calculus II  
                                                4-5 hours

Select one of the following:
MAT 202 Introduction to Linear Algebra or
MAT 270 Discrete Mathematics I or
*MAT 263 Calculus III  
                                                3-4 hours

 

*MAT 161, MAT 162 and MAT 263 have one-hour corequisites, MAT 163, MAT164 and MAT 264, respectively.

 

B. Elective Courses Choose 9 credit hours from the list below. All courses are 3 credit hours.

Prerequisites are noted in parentheses.

MAT 300 Techniques of Proof (MAT 162)
MAT 301W Fundamentals of Abstract Algebra ((MAT 202 and MAT 270) or (MAT 300))
MAT 302 Abstract Algebra II (MAT 301W)
MAT 309 Discrete Mathematics II (MAT 270)
MAT 315 Differential Equations (MAT 162 or permission of instructor)
MAT 316 Intermediate Differential Equations (MAT 315)
MAT 322W Modern Geometry (MAT 270 or MAT 300)
MAT 325 Probability and Statistics ((MAT 127 or MAT 162) and MAT 270 or permission of instructor)
MAT 351 Elementary Theory of Numbers
MAT 370 Applied Networks ((MAT 202 and MAT 270) or (MAT 300))
MAT 381 Probabilty Theory (MAT 270 and MAT 162) Credit will not be awarded for both MAT 325 and MAT 381
MAT 382 Topics in Mathematical Statistics (MAT 263 and MAT 381)
MAT 383 Applied Statistics (MAT 382 and MAT 325)
MAT 390 Introduction to Operations Research (MAT 202)
MAT 401 Introduction to Computability (MAT 270 and either MAT 301 or MAT 351)
MAT 404 Applications of Linear Algebra (MAT 162 and MAT 202)
MAT 411 Complex Variables (MAT 263)
MAT 417 Introduction to Real Analysis I (MAT 263)
MAT 418 Introduction to Real Analysis II (MAT 417)
MAT 431 Mathematical Logic (MAT 300)
MAT 461 Numerical Analysis (MAT 162 and MAT 202)
MAT 471 Topology (MAT 300)
MAT 490 Seminar (permission of instructor)
MAT 495 Project (permission of instructor)
MAT 499 Independent Study (permission of instructor)

Revised Minor Requirements March 4, 2010.

Mathematics

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