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Minor in Mathematics

A mathematics minor consists of MATH 211, MATH 220, and three additional MATH courses numbered 120 or higher.

Minor in Statistics

The minor in statistics consists of MATH 227, MATH 229, MATH 339, and two of the following:

  • MATH 220 Multivariable Calculus
  • MATH 319 Financial Mathematics
  • MATH 343 Mathematical Modeling
  • PSYC 203 Research Methods in Psychology

Minor in Scientific Computation

 The minor in scientific computation deals with the processing of large sets of 'messy data'. A must for anyone planning on attending graduate school.

Requirements: 

  • MATH 118 Introductory Statistics
  • MATH 343 Mathematical Modeling
  • CS 112 Introduction to Programming
  • CS 333 Database Management Systems

A fifth course to be chosen from:

  • CS 226 Computer Organization and Architecture
  • CS 113 GUI and Event-Driven Programming
  • MATH 227 Biostatistical Design and Analysis
  • MATH 338 Probability
  • A course in differential equations (currently available thru COF)

Minor in Biostatistics

MATH 118  Introductory Statistics
MATH 227  Biostatistical Design and Analysis
MATH 229  Regression Models

One from:
BIOL 104
BIOL 113
BIOL 123
BIOL 336 (Recommended if prerequisites are met)
BIOL 346 (Recommended if prerequisites are met)

One of:
SOCI 241
PSYC 203
PT 610