Minor in Mathematics
Earn an undergraduate minor in Mathematics through the College of Liberal Arts (CLA).
Lower division requirements
Complete at least one of these two introductory sequences.
*Sequences, Series, and Foundations counts as an upper‐division writing intensive course toward the liberal education requirements, but not as an upper‐division Math course toward the Math major or minor. May be taken after or concurrently with the fourth Calculus course, whether that is Linear Algebra & Differential Equations or Multivariable.
**Sequences, Series, and Foundations will be waived if both MATH 3592H and 3593H have been completed.
Upper division requirements
 Math electives: Two MATH 4xxx or 5xxx courses as well as STAT 5101 (equivalent to MATH 5651) and STAT 5102. Note that MATH 4067W, 49XX, and 59XX do not count toward this requirement.
Comparing minor, BA, and BS requirements
The minor and BA in Mathematics are offered through CLA, while the BS in Mathematics is offered through the College of Science & Engineering (CSE).
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Comparison: Lower division requirements
Comparison: Lower division requirements
BS Math Major (CSE)  BA Math Major (CLA)  Math Minor (CLA)  

Physics 

Not required*  Not required 
Computer Science  Choose one:

Not required*  Not required 
Prerequisites for declaring a major or minor 



*Additional Physics and Computer Science requirements may exist depending on the Math specialization chosen.
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Comparison: Upper division requirements
Comparison: Upper division requirements
BS Math Major (CSE)  BA Math Major (CLA)  Math Minor (CLA)  

Algebra  2 courses, one of which must be a Theoretical Algebra course.  2 courses, one of which must be a Theoretical Algebra course.  Not required 
Analysis  2 courses  2 courses  Not required 
Math electives  4 MATH 4xxx/5xxx courses  2 MATH 4xxx/5xxx courses  2 MATH 4xxx/5xxx courses 
Capstone/senior project  Not required  Required  Not required 
Technical electives  2 courses**  Not required  Not required 
**Technical electives = Two courses satisfying the following requirements:
 At least three credits each
 Numbered 3xxx or higher
 Calculus I is a prerequisite
 Must have a theme or connection, requiring approval by a Math faculty advisor (See the BS Math APAS for pre‐approved technical electives in Chemistry, Chemical Engineering/Material Science, Computer Science, Economics, Physics, Statistics, or additional Math).