# Minor in Mathematics

19 units

Students interested in the mathematics minor may also wish to consider the statistics minor—students are permitted to earn both.

## Requirements

Code | Title | Units |
---|---|---|

Requirements ^{1} | ||

MATH 165 | Calculus I | 3 |

MATH 166 | Calculus II | 3 |

MATH 167 | Sequences and Series ^{F} | 1 |

Electives | 12 | |

Select at least 12 units from below; at least two courses must be at the 200 level. | ||

Multivariable Calculus | ||

Ordinary Differential Equations ^{S} | ||

Discrete Mathematics and Proof ^{F} | ||

Linear Algebra ^{2, S} | ||

Applied Linear Algebra ^{2, F} | ||

Geometry ^{S} | ||

Probability and Statistics I | ||

Partial Differential Equations ^{OS} | ||

Dynamical Systems ^{OF} | ||

Number Theory ^{OF} | ||

Abstract Algebra ^{ES} | ||

Real Analysis ^{EF} | ||

Numerical Analysis ^{ES} | ||

Topology ^{OS} | ||

Complex Analysis ^{ES} | ||

Advanced Topics in Mathematics | ||

Total Units | 19 |

^{1} | Students earning the mathematics major or applied mathematics major are not eligible to earn the mathematics minor. |

^{2} | It is not permitted to count MATH 290 |

F | Offered in Fall only |

S | Offered in Spring only |

F/S | Offered in both Fall and Spring terms |

EF | Offered in Fall in even years |

ES | Offered in Spring in even years |

OF | Offered in Fall in odd years |

OS | Offered in Spring in odd years |

## Program Learning Outcomes

Students who successfully complete this program shall be able to:- Master fundamental mathematical methods and problem solving strategies.
- Employ logical reasoning and standard proof techniques to construct rigorous mathematical arguments.
- Communicate mathematical ideas in speech and writing, combining precise language and notation with insightful explanation.
- Use mathematical models to analyze cross-disciplinary problems.
- Employ appropriate technology and computational techniques.
- Articulate how Christian perspectives and the study of mathematics and its applications mutually inform and enhance each other.