Minor in Mathematics

Why minor in Mathematics?

A minor is a great way to pursue a passion or interest for mathematics while also pursuing your major. It gives you more than just a way to fine-tune specific mathematical skills; it also offers an opportunity to strengthen your logic, reasoning and problem-solving capabilities.

A minor in mathematics will complement any major, by adding depth and marketability to your skills.


A minor in mathematics requires successful completion of the following courses.

  • 6 credits of calculus at the level of 141 and higher
  • MA 229 (Linear Algebra)
  • 3 electives chosen in consultation with the department chair, at least one elective must be 300-level or higher

For more information, contact Professor Nelan.