Minors and Concentrations
Our department offers minors in mathematics, computer science, and statistics, as well as courses in the interdisciplinary concentration in economics/mathematics. In each of these programs, you’ll take foundational and advanced courses to expand your knowledge and sharpen your analytical skills. More important, these programs help students learn to solve complex problems, both independently and by collaborating with others.
Please see below for specific course requirements for each program.
 Minor in Mathematics
 Minor in Computer Science
 Minor in Actuarial Science
 Minor in Statistics & Analytics
 Interdisciplinary Concentration in Economics/Mathematics
Planned Math and Computer Science course offerings through spring 2019, click here.
STUDENTS WHO DECLARE A Minor JUNE 2017 OR LATER SHOULD FOLLOW THESE PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS, PREREQUISITES AND SUGGESTIONS FOR SCHEDULING:
Minor in Mathematics: 2324 credit hours.
 Calculus courses: MT 135 or MT 133134; MT 136; MT 233 or MT 234.
 Elementary Linear Algebra (MT 242) (3 cr.);
 Methods in Pure Mathematics (MT 301) (3 cr.);
 Electives (6 cr.): See list below.
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THE FOLLOWING ARE REQUIREMENTS AND PREREQUISITES FOR STUDENTS WHO DECLARED PRIOR TO JUNE 2017
Minor in Mathematics
 MT 135 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I
 MT 136 Calculus and Analytic Geometry II
 MT 233 Calculus and Analytic Geometry III
 MT 271 Introduction to Discrete Mathematics
 Three additional MT courses
 One of the elective courses may be MT 200 Explorations in Mathematics or MT 229 Probability and Statistical Inference. The other two (or all three) electives must be numbered 300379 and/or 400479. At most one of MT 322, MT 421, MT 422 may be used to satisfy requirements for the minor in mathematics, and none of these may be used simultaneously to satisfy requirements for the minor in Statistics.
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STUDENTS WHO DECLARE A Minor JUNE 2017 OR LATER SHOULD FOLLOW THESE PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS, PREREQUISITES AND SUGGESTIONS FOR SCHEDULING:
Minor in Computer Science: 22 credit hours.
 CS 125 Intro to Web Design and Image Processing
 CS 128 and CS 128L Introduction to Software Application Development, with lab
 CS 150 Database Systems
 CS 225 Advanced Web Design
 CS 228 ObjectOriented Design and Programming
 MT 142 Introduction to Discrete Mathematics
 One additional CS course at or above the 200 level
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THE FOLLOWING ARE REQUIREMENTS AND PREREQUISITES FOR STUDENTS WHO DECLARED PRIOR TO JUNE 2017
Minor in Computer Science
 CS 125 Intro to Web Design and Image Processing
 CS 128 and CS 128L Introduction to Software Application Development, with lab
 CS 150 Database Systems
 CS 225 Advanced Web Design
 CS 228 ObjectOriented Design and Programming
 One additional CS course at or above the 200 level
 One of the following MT courses:
MT 118 Applied Mathematics
MT 122 Elementary Statistics I
MT 130 Applied Calculus
MT 135 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I
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STUDENTS WHO DECLARE A Minor JUNE 2017 OR LATER SHOULD FOLLOW THESE PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS, PREREQUISITES AND SUGGESTIONS FOR SCHEDULING:
Minor in Actuarial Science: 30 credit hours. MT 135, 136, 225, 233, MT/DATA 229 (or other statistics course), MT/DATA 421, MT/DATA 424, and EC 201202. These courses prepare the students for Exams P and FM of the Society of Actuaries, cover the required Foundational Quantitative content areas and prove the Validation by Educational Experience (VEE) for Applied Stats and Economics.
THE FOLLOWING ARE REQUIREMENTS AND PREREQUISITES FOR STUDENTS WHO DECLARED PRIOR TO JUNE 2017
Minor in Actuarial Science
 MT 135 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I
 MT 136 Calculus and Analytic Geometry II
 MT 233 Calculus and Analytic Geometry II
 MT 229 Probability and Statistics (or other Stats course)
 MT 421 Mathematical Statistics
 MT 424 Applied Regression Analysis
 MT 225 Actuarial Mathematics
 EC 201202 Principals of Economics I,II
These courses prepare the students for Exams P and FM of the Society of Actuaries, cover the required Foundational Quantitative content areas and provide the Validation by Educational Experience (VEE) for Applied Stats and Economics.
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STUDENTS WHO DECLARE A Minor JUNE 2017 OR LATER SHOULD FOLLOW THESE PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS, PREREQUISITES AND SUGGESTIONS FOR SCHEDULING:
Minor in Statistics & Analytics
 DATA 100 Introduction to Data Science
 MT 223/DATA 260 Intermediate Statistics
 MT 424 /DATA 424 Applied Regression Analysis
 MT 422/DATA 422 Applied Statistics or approved internship
 2 Application area electives chosen from this list:

BI 371;
BL 224;
BL 240;
BL 444;
CH 261/263;
CH 441/443;
CS 307;CS 322;
CS 350;
DATA/MT 421;
EC 409;
EC 410;
ED 201;EPA 230;
EPA 340;
EPA 407;
EPA 430;
MK 402;
MT 242;PO 300;
PS 301/301L;
PS 401;
PS 435;
SC 350;
SC 351
In certain cases other courses may be substituted for these courses but must be approved by the Department Chair.
Students who minor in probability and statistics may not use MT 422 or MT 424 to also satisfy the requirements of the mathematics major or minor.
THE FOLLOWING ARE REQUIREMENTS AND PREREQUISITES FOR STUDENTS WHO DECLARED PRIOR TO JUNE 2017
Minor in Statistics & Analytics: 1920 semester hours. MT135; one of MT223, MT228, and MT229;MT322;MT422 and one of the following pairs of elective courses MT342 and MT421, or CH261/263 and CH441/443, or PS301/301L and PS401, or EC409 and EC410, or BL224 and BL444. Students who minor in statistics cannot use MT421 or422 also to satisfy the requirements of the mathematics major or minor.
In certain cases other courses may be substituted for these courses but must be approved by the Department Chair.
Students who minor in probability and statistics may not use MT 422 or MT 424 to also satisfy the requirements of the mathematics major or minor.
Interdisciplinary Concentration in Economics/Mathematics
B.S. Mathematics majors may earn this concentration by taking
 EC 301 Microeconomics
 EC 302 Macroeconomics
 EC 410 Econometrics
 One additional upperdivision elective in Economics
Economics majors may earn this concentration by taking
 MT 233 Calculus and Analytic Geometry III
 MT 421 Mathematical Statistics or MT 422 Applied Statistics
 Two additional mathematics electives numbered above 300.
Students seeking this concentration should consult with the chair of the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science.