# Mathematics Minor

## Course Requirements

The minor is intended for students who are interested in mathematics and want a strong mathematical foundation for studying in areas that rely heavily on analytical skills. Students are required to complete at least 10 courses as follows:

### Lower-Division Courses

#### Choose one of the following courses:

MATH 19A | Calculus for Science, Engineering, and Mathematics | 5 |

MATH 20A | Honors Calculus | 5 |

#### Plus one of the following courses:

MATH 19B | Calculus for Science, Engineering, and Mathematics | 5 |

MATH 20B | Honors Calculus | 5 |

#### Plus all of the following courses:

MATH 21 | Linear Algebra | 5 |

MATH 23A | Vector Calculus | 5 |

MATH 23B | Vector Calculus | 5 |

### Upper-Division Courses

MATH 100 | Introduction to Proof and Problem Solving | 5 |

The remaining four courses are selected by the student from among any mathematics course numbered above MATH 100 (excluding MATH 188 and MATH 189), any Applied Mathematics (AM) or Statistics (STAT) course numbered AM 100 or STAT 100 or above, or, subject to approval of the undergraduate vice chair, a course from another department. Only one of the four courses can be from the AM or STAT series or another outside department. Under exceptional circumstances, MATH 100 may be substituted by another upper-division mathematics course. The undergraduate vice chair will review requests on an individual basis.

No senior seminar or thesis is required.