Minor in Mathematics

Degree Type



Math is so much more than numbers. Studying the relationship between numbers, structures, and patterns can help you see—and solve—real world problems.


Why minor in math?

Interested in technical fields like computer science or engineering? Or are you more interested in the social sciences or liberal arts? Whatever path you choose to study, pursuing a mathematics minor can give you a solid foundation in skills employers are always looking for.

You can also major in Math.

Minor Requirements

To graduate with a minor in math, students must complete 15 credit hours with a grade of “C’ or better in each minor course:

Course Credits Name
MATH 201 3 Calculus I
MATH 202 3 Calculus II
MATH 301 3 Linear Algebra
MATH xxx 3 Math Elective*
MATH xxx 3 Math Elective*

*MATH electives must be approved by the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science.

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Mathematics is in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science in the College of Arts & Sciences, and Education.