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(20-23 Credits)

The Applied Mathematics minor provides interested students with a dynamic skillset upon graduation. Graduates with a minor in applied mathematics are able to give their expertise in a wide array of professional environments, including business, computer science, cryptography, and economics.

MATH 160 Calculus I 4
MATH 161 Calculus II 4
Choose one from the following: (3-4 Credits)   3-4
MATH 260 Calculus III  4
MATH 320 Elementary Differential Equations 3
Math 344 Linear Algebra 3
Choose two electives* from the following with at least one being 300 level or above: (6-8 Credits)   6-8
MATH 220 Mathematical Proofs and Probelm Solving 3
MATH 242/242L Modeling for Scientists I/Laboratory 4
MATH 260 Calculus III 4
STAT 201/201L  Elementary Statistics/Laboratory 
Any MATH/STAT course 300 level or above (excluding MATH 330 Geometry for Middle School)    
Total Credits Required   20-23

*At least one of MATH 260 Calculus III and MATH 320 Elementary Differential Equations is required for the minor. The other course may count as an elective credit for the minor.

Have questions? Contact:

Thomas Hoffman, Ph.D.
Department Chair

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