Mathematics Minor

Mathematics is a field that will enhance and complement any other area of study.  The ability to critically think and problem solve is an advantageous skill for anyone and a minor in mathematics will promote and build this talent.

Degree Outcomes

A minor in mathematics can open doors with future employers and is a strong and useful component for gaining an advantage in the job market.

Students with majors in areas such as business, economics, and finance can bolster their resumes with a minor in mathematics.  This additional benefit will be an attractive feature with many future employers.

The ability to problem solve and think critically is a vital skill in any area and with this aptitude coming from a quantitative perspective, then it might prove just the touch to grab that much sought after position in your major field of study.

Example Courses

  • MTH 2014: Calculus I
    This course includes topics in analytic geometry, functions, limits, continuity, derivatives of algebraic functions, applications of the derivative, antiderivatives, integration, and transcendental functions.
  • MTH 2024: Calculus II
    This course includes topics in the applications of integration, techniques of integration, indeterminate forms, sequences and series, conics, parametric equations, and polar coordinates.
  • MTH 2123: Discrete Mathematics
    The concepts covered in this course include sets, functions, proof techniques, logic, logic circuits, relations on sets, counting principles, pigeonhole principle, binomial coefficients, recurrence relations, and graph theory.
View course catalog for all program courses and degree requirements.

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