Minoring in Mathematics
department of mathematics
Program Requirements
The Mathematics minor requirements vary, depending on your entrance date:
Classes of 2014, 2015, 2016
Students who complete the following will be awarded the Minor in Mathematics.
Three Required Courses  MT 101 Calculus II, MT 103 Calculus II (Math/Science), or MT 105 Calculus IIAP (Math/Science) MT 202 or MT203 Multivariable Calculus MT 210 or MT 211 Linear Algebra 
Required Course Substitution Notes 
With the approval of the Assistant Chair for Undergraduate Programs, advanced students may omit required courses, substituting three credits chosen from the approved courses listed below for each. AP credit cannot be used to satisfy requirements for the minor. 
Nine Elective Credits 
Nine elective credits, chosen from among the following:
Note: only one of MT 226 and MT 426 may be counted toward the Mathematics minor. No more than three credits may be accumulated toward the minor in courses granting fewer than three credits. 
Class of 2017
Students who complete the following will be awarded the Minor in Mathematics.
Required Courses  MT 202 or MT 203 Multivariable Calculus MT 210 or MT 211 Linear Algebra 
Required Course Substitution Notes  With the approval of the Assistant Chair for Undergraduate students may omit required courses, substituting an elective chosen from the approved courses listed below for each course. AP credit cannot be used to satisfy requirements for the minor. 
Twelve Elective Credits 
Twelve elective credits, chosen from among the following:

 Recommended Electives for Minors
Certain courses in Mathematics are particularly wellsuited for students in other, mathematicsrelated majors.
Biology and Chemistry
 MT 410 Differential Equations
 MT 426 Mathematical Probablility
 MT 427 Mathematical Statistics
 MT 470 Mathematical Modeling
Computer Science
 Either MT 245/CS 245 Discrete Mathematics, or MT 445 Applied Combinatorics (not both)
 Either MT 226 Probability for Bioinformatics, or MT 426 Mathematical Probability (not both)
 MT 414 Numerical Analysis
 MT 427 Mathematical Statistics
 MT 430 Number Theory
 MT 435 Mathematical Programming
 MT 470 Mathematical Modeling
Economics
 MT 410 Differential Equations
 MT 414 Numerical Analysis
 MT 426 Mathematical Probablility
 MT 427 Mathematical Statistics
 MT 435 Mathematical Programming
 MT 470 Mathematical Modeling
Physics
 MT 410 Differential Equations
 MT 414 Numerical Analysis
 MT 426 Mathematical Probablility
 MT 427 Mathematical Statistics
 MT 440 Dynamical Systems
 MT 451 Euclidean and NonEuclidean Geometry
 MT 460 Complex Variables
 MT 470 Mathematical Modeling
For More Information and Advice
Feel free to contact any of the following:
Chair  Assistant Chair for Undergraduate Programs  Assistant Chair for Graduate Programs 
Robert Meyerhoff Contact 
William Keane 
Tao Li 