Mathematics pairs well as a minor with any major. It is the universal language of quantitative thinking, which is becoming ever more essential in our technological and data-driven world. A mathematics minor provides graduates with an edge over the competition and can be tailored to suit the student’s preferences. For elementary or secondary education, there are special math minors that are optimal for the prospective teacher. For other majors, students take the traditional calculus sequence and select courses from a variety of upper-division offerings in statistics, applied math and pure math.
All courses must be completed with a “C” (2.0) or better.