Program Description: Mathematicians study concepts and theories used to solve problems involving quantitative relationships. Opportunities for mathematicallyoriented graduates exist in such areas as physics, engineering, space technology, economics, business management, statistics, actuarial sciences, operations research, medical research, environmental sciences, and teaching. The Mathematics minor prepares graduates for positions in industry and teaching or to continue their education in graduate programs.
Contact: Chair, Department of Mathematics
Required Courses
MTH  Course Title  Cr. Hrs. 

245  Calculus I  4 
246  Calculus II  4 
350  Applied Linear Algebra & Differential Equations  3 
Three MTH courses numbered >300  7  
18 hours 
Students seeking to earn the Data Science Minor must successfully complete six courses for a total of 18 credit hours. All students will complete two courses forming a "statistics sequence" (MTH 360/361 and MTH 362) and two courses forming a "data science sequence" (MTH 365 and MTH 366). The remaining two courses will be selected from options in mathematics, computing sciences, and other disciplines across the University.
Required Courses
MTH  Course Title  Cr. Hrs. 

360  Elementary Probability and Statistics  3 
362  Statistical Modeling  3 
365  Introduction to Data Science  3 
366  Machine Learning  3 
 The other two courses in the Data Science Minor will be satisfied by completing a Computing Course and a Discipline Course. Computing Courses (choose 1 of 3: 3 credit hours)
Discipline Courses (choose 1 of 18: 3 credit hours)


18 hours 