A minor in mathematics is a wonderful way to add mathematical preparation to another major. It also is a wonderful way to learn about mathematics as a cultural and intellectual accomplishment, one of the most extensive human conversations, bridging many cultures and many centuries. As mathematics becomes more and more a part of our world, hidden just below the surface of our technological achievements, it becomes more and more important to have some knowledge of the power and the content of mathematics.
Mathematics Minor Requirements
Six three- or four-credit mathematics courses, including:
- At least one semester of calculus
- Linear Algebra (MA253)
- At least one mathematics course numbered 300 or higher
Keep in mind that there's a College rule that "A minor must include at least four courses taken in addition to courses taken to satisfy requirements for any major or other minor."