Student ID:__________________________ Student Name:_______________________ Adviser Name:_______________________  Publication: 20212022 Academic Bulletin Program: Mathematics Minor Minimum Credits Required:__________________  
Mathematics MinorIf you enjoy math but are not quite ready to commit to a major, a minor in mathematics will communicate to others your interest and abilities in logical thought, persistence, attention to detail, and problemsolving. If you start with a Mathematical Studies major and discover that your schedule or passion doesn’t allow you to finish, then you can still have a minor showing on your transcript. 

Total Credits  20  
Course Name  Credits:  Term Taken  Grade  Gen Ed 

MATH 191  Calculus I  Credits: 4  
or MATH 195  Calculus I for Biology Credits: 4
 
MATH 192  Calculus II  Credits: 4  
MATH 215  Introduction to Linear Algebra  Credits: 3  
 
Choose 9 credits from the following in consultation with a departmental advisor:  
MATH 240  Calculus III  Credits: 4  
MATH 286  Differential Equations  Credits: 3  
MATH 315  Linear Algebra  Credits: 3  
MATH 355  Foundations of Advanced Mathematics  Credits: 3  
MATH 405  Applied Mathematics  Credits: 3  
MATH 408  Complex Analysis  Credits: 3  
MATH 426  Mathematical Modeling in Biology  Credits: 3  
MATH 431  Real Analysis I  Credits: 3  
MATH 432  Real Analysis II  Credits: 3  
MATH 441  Abstract Algebra I  Credits: 3  
MATH 442  Abstract Algebra II  Credits: 3  
MATH 475  Geometry  Credits: 3  
MATH 487  Special Topics in _______  Credits: 1–3  
MATH 495  Independent Study  Credits: 1–3  
MATH 497  Research in Mathematics  Credits: 0–3  
STAT 340  Probability Theory with Statistical Applications  Credits: 3  
Minor Requirements for Elementary or Secondary CertificationFor more information regarding teacher certification with a minor, see the Department of Teaching, Learning & Curriculum. Students in an elementary or secondary teacher certification program are required to take the following courses:  
Course Name  Credits:  Term Taken  Grade  Gen Ed 
MATH 355  Foundations of Advanced Mathematics  Credits: 3  
MATH 475  Geometry  Credits: 3  
STAT 285  Introduction to Applied Statistics  Credits: 3  
STAT 340  Probability Theory with Statistical Applications  Credits: 3  
Choose one of the following options:  
MATH 375  Secondary School Mathematics Teaching (secondary teacher certification)  Credits: 3  
MATH 221  Mathematics for Elementary Teachers I and MATH 222  Mathematics for Elementary Teachers II (elementary teacher certification)  Credits: 3  
NOTE: A major field test in mathematics is required during the senior year.  
Student Learning OutcomesStudents in this program will:
 
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