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Requirements for the Minor in Mathematics
In order to receive a minor in mathematics students are required to complete 28 units: 16 lower division required courses and 12 upper division electives. All electives must be approved in advance by a math minor advisor.
Students interested in earning a minor in mathematics should see a mathematics minor advisor for the evaluation of their transcripts and admission to the program. Please download a copy of the appropriate from the Forms section of the Advisement webpage and present it along with an up to date copy of your DPR to a math minor advisor. You can find the list of all math advisors in the Advisement webpage.
The requirements for a minor in mathematics are as follows:
Math 150A Calculus I (5)
Math 150B Calculus II (5)
Math 250 Calculus III (3)
Math 262 Introduction to Linear Algebra (3)
Note: Phil 230, Symbolic Logic I, is recommended and satisfies the Critical Thinking section of General Education.
Selected upper division mathematics courses totaling at least 12 units which must be approved in advance by a mathematics minor advisor. Depending on the student’s area of interest, any one of the following sequences could be used as part or all of the required 12 units; or other choices if approved by the mathematics minor advisor.
Computer Mathematics: Math 326, 340, 481A, 482
Secondary Teaching: Math 320, 341 or 360, 370
Statistics: Math 340, 440A, 440B