The Department of Mathematics offers a math minor option in which students will take foundational coursework in calculus, linear algebra, and proof writing. The rest of the minor can be created by each student to complement any major or field of interest. Mathematical methods are used today in numerous career fields including (but not limited to) medicine, law, design, engineering, finance, accounting, economics, architecture, and computer programming.

- Declaring a Math Minor
- Requirements for Math Minor
- Engineering majors can find specific requirements on the menu to the right

- Restrictions Math Minor

## Declaring a Math Minor

- Have finished multivariable calculus (Math 2153, Math 2162, Math 2182H, or 2173) or be finishing the course.
- Decided on what math elective courses they will use to complete the minor. Students should consult with their faculty to discuss best courses that are complimentary to their area of study.
- Complete a Math Minor Form during the Math Advising Office Walk-In Hours.

**Note: Students must declare the math minor before they can enroll in Math 3345.**

## Math Minor Requirements

Students must complete 3 required courses, a multivariable calculus course, a proof writing course, and a linear algebra course. Students will then complete additional elective courses to complete their minor, the number of courses depending on the type of minor they are pursuing.

**Note:** Engineering majors should review specific requirements based on their majors using the menu to the right.

- Required Minor Courses
- Complete one of the following:
- Math 2153 Calculus III
- Math 2162.01 Accelerated Calculus II
- Math 2162.02 Accelerated Calculus II for Honors Engineers
- Math 2173 Engineering Mathematics B
- Math 2182H Honors Calculus II

- Complete one of the following:
- Math 3345 Foundations of Higher Mathematics (must declare minor before enrolling)
- Math 4181H Honors Analysis I

- Complete one of the following:
- Math 2568 Linear Algebra
- Math 5520H Honors Linear Algebra and Differential Equations

- Complete one of the following:
- Elective Courses
- Math 2255 Differential Equations or Math 2415 Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations
- Math 3350 Introduction to Mathematical Biology
- Math 3607 Beginning Scientific Computing
- Math 4181H Honors Analysis I
- Math 4182H Honors Analysis II
- Math 4350 Quantitative Neuroscience
- Math 4507 Geometry
- Math 4512 Partial Differential Equations for Science and Engineering
- Math 4530 Probability
- Math 4547 Introductory Analysis I
- Math 4548 Introductory Analysis II
- Math 4551 Vector Analysis
- Math 4552 Complex Analysis
- Math 4556 Dynamical Systems
- Math 4557 Partial Differential Equations
- Math 4573 Elementary Number Theory
- Math 4575 Combinatorial Mathematics
- Math 4578 Discrete Mathematical Models
- Math 4580 Abstract Algebra I
- Math 4581 Abstract Algebra II
- Math 5001 Introduction to Set Theory
- Math 5051 Introduction to Mathematical Logic
- Math 5101 Linear Mathematics in Finite Dimensions
- Math 5102 Linear Mathematics in Infinite Dimensions
- Math 5451 Calculus of Variations and Tensor Calculus
- Math 5520H Honors Linear Algebra and Differential Equations
- Math 5529H Honors Combinatorics
- Math 5530H Honors Probability
- Math 5522H Honors Complex Analysis
- Math 5540H Honors Differential Geometry
- Math 5576H Honors Number Theory
- Math 5590H Honors Abstract Algebra I
- Math 5591H Honors Abstract Algebra II
- Math 5601 Essentials of Numerical Methods
- Math 5602 Computational Partial Differential Equations
- Math 5603 Numerical Linear Algebra
- Math 5756 Mathematical Methods in Relativity Theory I
- Math 5757 Mathematical Methods in Relativity Theory II

## Traditional Math Minor:

The traditional math minor must contain at least 15 semester hours of mathematics courses, chosen from the required and elective courses. To complete the mathematics minor, students must have credit for the required courses and each course counted toward the minor must have a grade of C‐ or better. In addition, the GPA for courses counted toward the minor must be at least 2.0.

### Honors Math Minor:

Any student enrolled in an undergraduate honors major MUST complete an honors math minor. There are two ways to meet the requirements for the honors math minor.

Option 1:

- Complete at least 15 credit hours of math, chosen from the required and elective courses listed above.
- At least TWO of those courses must be honors math courses.
- Courses that constitute the minor must have a GPA of at least a 3.0.

Option 2:

- Complete at least 18 credit hours of math, chosen from the required and elective courses listed above.
- Courses that constitute the minor must have a GPA of at least a 3.3.

## Restrictions for Math Minors

- There must be 12 disjoint, non-overlapping hours with student's major counting in the minor. Over and above those 12 hours, overlaps are permitted but only up to six hours are permitted to overlap.
- Transfer credit and exam credit hours are allowed however, these may account for no more than one half of the credit hours required on the minor.
- Math 2174, 2177, 3532, 3588, 3618, x193, 499x, and 56xx may not be used on the math minor.