The minor in advanced mathematics is designed to provide students with an extensive grounding in algebra, calculus, linear functions, and probability theory that have application to the quantitative sciences.
The advanced mathematics minor is ideal for students who plan to earn a mathematics certification to teach the subject in a secondary school or pursue graduate work in fields such as computer science, economics, or another field in which heavy use of math or statistical analysis is required.
Students may earn a minor in the field by completing the following courses along with any required prerequisites.
Foundational Mathematics (6 credit hours)
These courses provide the foundational skills necessary for success in the core mathematics courses. They may be waived with a demonstrated math ACT score of 24 or higher, or a math SAT score of 600 or higher.