Minor in Mathematics
Students interested in the mathematics minor may also wish to consider the statistics minor—students are permitted to earn both.
|MATH 165||Calculus I||3|
|MATH 166||Calculus II||3|
|MATH 167||Sequences and Series F||1|
|Select at least 12 units from below; at least two courses must be at the 200 level.|
|Ordinary Differential Equations S|
|Discrete Mathematics and Proof F|
|Linear Algebra 2, S|
|Applied Linear Algebra 2, F|
|Introduction to Modeling with Probability|
|Partial Differential Equations OS|
|Dynamical Systems OF|
|Number Theory OF|
|Abstract Algebra ES|
|Real Analysis EF|
|Numerical Analysis ES|
|Complex Analysis ES|
|Advanced Topics in Mathematics|
Students earning the mathematics major or applied mathematics major are not eligible to earn the mathematics minor.
|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 OutcomesStudents 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.