Mathematics Minor

For information, contact the Department of Mathematics, 123 Bachelor Hall, 513-529-5818.

This minor provides students with an increased understanding of, and competence in, mathematics. Building on a base of calculus and linear algebra, already required for many majors, the program leads students through an introductory proof course, a theoretical course, and an applications course.

A minimum 2.00 GPA is required for all courses in the minor. All courses must be taken for a grade, not credit/no-credit. This minor is not available to majors in mathematics, mathematics and statistics, or mathematics education.

Program Requirements

(20-22 semester hours)

Select one of the following:4-5
Calculus II
Calculus II
Calculus II
Select one of the following:
MTH 252Calculus III4
or MTH 252H Honors Calculus III
Select one of the following:5-6
Introduction to Linear Algebra
and Proof: Introduction to Higher Mathematics
Introduction to Linear Algebra (Honors)
and Proof: Introduction to Higher Mathematics (H)
Select at least 7 additional semester hours in mathematics courses at the 300 level or above, including:7
At least one of the following:
Foundations of Geometry
Introduction to Abstract Algebra
Real Analysis
Introduction to Complex Variables
At least one of the following:
Differential Equations
Optimization
Mathematical Modeling Seminar
Combinatorial Designs and Coding Theory
Game Theory and Related Topics
Theory and Applications of Graphs
Combinatorics
Topics in Mathematical Finance
Numerical Analysis
Introduction to Applied Nonlinear Dynamics
At least six semester hours at 400 level.
Total Credit Hours20-22

Note: You may count at most one semester hour from MTH 430 or MTH 477 and three semester hours of PHY 483/PHY 583. MTH 330 does not count toward the minor. Students who have taken MTH 245 as a requirement for a major may count one hour of MTH 245 to the 10 hours at the 300 level, and for them, MTH 245 substitutes for MTH 347 in the list of "applications" courses.