Prerequisite Courses (8 Hours)
|MATH 141||Calculus I||4|
|MATH 142||Calculus II||4|
|Total Credit Hours||8|
|MATH 241||Vector Calculus||3|
|Select 15 hours from the following: 1||15|
|Elementary Differential Equations|
|Transition to Advanced Mathematics|
|Applied Linear Algebra|
MATH courses at the 500-level
|Total Credit Hours||18|
At least 6 hours must be at the 500-level.
- All courses for a minor must be completed with a C or better.
- At most one of MATH 374 and MATH 574 may be used for minor credit.
- At most one of MATH 344, MATH 526, and MATH 544 may be used for minor credit.
- Most of the math courses at the 500-level have a prerequisite of MATH 300 and/or MATH 344 (or MATH 544, which implicitly assumes completion of 300). Students are therefore strongly urged to include one or both of MATH 300, MATH 344 in their minor program.
- Students with an interest in pure mathematics (algebra, analysis, discrete mathematics, geometry and topology, logic, mathematics education, and number theory) should take MATH 300.
- Students with an interest in applied and computational mathematics (differential equations and modeling, financial mathematics, numerical analysis, optimization) should take MATH 344.
- Prospective minors are urged to consult with an advisor in the Department of Mathematics to plan a coherent program of study.