Mathematics Minor

Why take this minor?

Mathematics helps one to think logically, to formulate complex problems in a well-defined manner, to critically analyze data, and to determine optimal solutions to real-world problems. All of these skills are transferrable to a wide variety of careers that make mathematicians highly sought after in the work force. Mathematics majors often pursue careers as actuaries, statisticians, financial analysts, and teachers, but they are also well-prepared to enter the workforce in a much wider range of career fields.

The minor in mathematics introduces students to the foundational courses in the field usually encountered during the first two years of study. 

Number of Courses Required for Graduation


Number of Credits Required for Graduation


Minor Requirements

  • MTH 120 – Calculus I
  • MTH 121 – Calculus II
  • Any three from MTH 222, MTH 240, MTH 302, MTH 322
  • One additional Mathematics course numbered 300 or greater.

FRESH or SOPH Fall: MTH 120

FRESH or SOPH Spring: MTH 121

SOPH or JUNIOR Fall: MTH 222

SOPH or JUNIOR Spring: MTH 302 or MTH 322


JUNIOR or SENIOR Spring: MTH Elective

Course Descriptions

All course descriptions may be found in the main menu under Undergraduate > Courses: A-Z