Minor Requirements (18 Credits)

The minor in applied mathematics gives students a background in fundamental techniques in Calculus, Statistics, and Linear Algebra, and also introduces stu-dents to some important areas of applications in Statistics, Discrete Mathematics, Game Theory, or Programming. A minor in applied mathematics is a good complement to majors in management, economics, banking and finance, or environmental studies. The mathematical knowledge acquired is also quite useful for graduate studies in these fields.

Required Courses (9 Credits)

MAT 200Calculus
MAT 201Introduction to Statistics
MAT 307Multivariable Calculus and Linear Algebra

Elective Courses (9 Credits)

Three of the following:

MAT 109Introduction to Game Theory
MAT 204Discrete Mathematics
MAT 308Undergraduate Mathematical Research
BUS 306Quantitative Methods and Dynamic Forecasting
CPT 150Introduction to Computer Programming
ECN 320Game Theory, Information, and Contracts