Minor code OR3101
Faculty Contact: Dr. Todd Young
The mathematics minor provides an opportunity for students in mathematics-related majors an opportunity to engage in coursework that further develops their mathematics skills and knowledge. A mathematics minor is also a way for students in non-mathematics related majors to engage in coursework that is challenging, stimulating, and enjoyable.
Careers and Graduate School
The most common reason to get a minor in mathematics is that the knowledge and skills that students learn will help in whatever pursuits they undertake. Employers and graduate schools value these skills and are often impressed by the intellectual rigor represented by the attainment of a minor in mathematics.
Freshman/First-Year Admission: No requirements beyond University admission requirements.
Change to Program Policy: No selective or limited admission requirements.
External Transfer Admission: No requirements beyond University admission requirements.
For a minor in mathematics, a student must complete 21 semester credit hours in mathematics courses at the 2000-level or above, including at least 9 hours in mathematics courses at the 3000-level or above (excluding MATH 3000, 4100, 4100L, 4150).