A minor in mathematics consists of at least 18 credits (and a minimum of five courses) offered by the Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics and the Department of Statistical Sciences and Operations Research, including the following:

Select a minimum of three credits of calculus 3
Select a minimum of nine upper-level credits 9
Select six additional credits offered by the Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics and the Department of Statistical Sciences and Operations Research6
Total Hours18

None of the following courses may be used to fulfill the required 18 credits:

STAT 208Statistical Thinking3
STAT 210Basic Practice of Statistics3
MATH 303Investigations in Geometry3
MATH 361Numbers and Operations3
MATH 362Algebra and Functions3
Any 100-level course

Mathematics classes in areas other then MATH, STAT or OPER (e.g. ACCT, MGMT or ENGR) cannot be applied to the minor. A minimum GPA of 2.0 must be achieved in the minor. Students in the mathematical sciences majors cannot minor in mathematics.