The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science offers minors in Mathematics, Statistics, and Applied Mathematics.
Minor in Mathematics
The Mathematics minor requires 20 credit hours of mathematics courses:
 (4) MATH 170 Calculus I
 (4) MATH 171 Calculus II
 (3) MATH 225 Foundations of Higher Mathematics

(9) At least three additional Mathematics elective courses
selected from MATH 220, or those numbered above MATH 225.
Notes
 Students should select their additional mathematics electives under the guidance of a faculty advisor in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science.
 Students must maintain a 2.000 cumulative grade point average in these courses.
 The minor in Mathematics is open to all undergraduates except those majoring in Mathematics or Actuarial Science.

Students may receive no more than one of these three minors: Mathematics, Statistics, Applied Mathematics.
Minor in Statistics
The Statistics minor requires 20 credit hours of courses:
 (4) MATH 170 Calculus I
 (4) MATH 171 Calculus II
 (3) MATH 256 Introduction to Probability and Statistics
 (3) MATH 311 Probability Theory
 (3) MATH 312 Statistical Inference

(3) At least one additional elective selected from these:
 MATH 257 Data Modeling
 MACS 201 Actuarial Mathematics
 ECON 350 Business Cycles and Forecasting
 ECON 410 Empirical Analysis in Economics
 INFO 329 Data Mining

An additional course approved by the department and
selected under the guidance of a faculty advisor.
Notes
 Students must maintain a 2.000 cumulative grade point average in these courses.
 The Statistics Minor is available to all undergraduates except those majoring in Actuarial Science. For students majoring in Mathematics, at most two of the Statistics Minor mathematics courses numbered 220 or higher may count towards the requirements of the B.S. in Mathematics degree.

Students may receive no more than one of these three minors: Mathematics, Statistics, Applied Mathematics.
Minor in Applied Mathematics
The Applied Mathematics minor requires 20 credit hours of courses:
 (3) CSCI 170 Computer Science I
 (4) MATH 170 Calculus I
 (4) MATH 171 Calculus II

(9) At least three additional electives selected from these:
 MATH 220 Calculus III
 MATH 222 Applied Linear Algebra
 MATH 230 Introduction to Ordinary Differential Equations
 MATH 256 Introduction to Probability and Statistics
 MATH 257 Data Modeling
 MATH 280* Combinatorics
 MATH 321 Numerical Analysis
 MATH 325 Mathematical Modeling
 MATH 372 Applied Analysis
 CSCI 226* Mathematical Foundations for Computer Science
*Credit cannot be earned for both MATH 280 and CSCI 226
Notes
 Students should select their additional electives under the guidance of a faculty advisor in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science.
 Students must maintain a 2.000 cumulative grade point average in these courses.
 The minor in Applied Mathematics is open to all undergraduates except students majoring in Mathematics or Actuarial Science.
 Students may receive no more than one of these three minors: Mathematics, Statistics, Applied Mathematics.