University Catalogues

Minor in Mathematics

This minor comprises a collection of courses typically required for more advanced study in mathematics. With course options such as linear algebra, differential equations and dynamical systems, this minor will enhance a student's mathematical reasoning to analyze and solve complex problems. It may be of particular interest to students considering a quantitatively-oriented graduate program such as quantitative finance or economics, as well as those who want a deeper mathematical foundation. This minor also allows students to add a credential to their diploma that indicates they have completed a higher level of mathematics training.

Prerequisite Courses

Course Title Credits
MA 131Calculus I3
or MA 131L Calculus I with Lab
MA 139Calculus II3
or MA 139L Calculus II with Lab

Program Requirements

Course Title Credits
A Total of Four Mathematics Courses12
Choose two or three of the following courses:6 to 9
Calculus III
Differential Equations
Linear Algebra
Choose one or two additional course(s) from the following:3 to 6
Chaos, Fractals and Dynamics
Continuous Probability for Risk Management
Mathematical Logic
Financial Calculus and Derivative Pricing
Mathematical Statistics