Mathematics Minor

The Minor in Mathematics program consists of fulfilling the general Kennesaw State University requirements for another degree as well as the requirements of the minor. The Math minor documents the student's in-depth knowledge of mathematics and analytical reasoning skills that the study of mathematics promotes.

To be eligible for a minor in Mathematics, the student must complete at least 15 hours of course work in mathematics with at least 9 hours in upper level courses.

Curriculum

Required Courses (4 Credit Hours)

  • MATH 2203 - Calculus III

Elective Courses (11 Credit Hours)

Choose 11 additional hours with at least 9 hours at the 3000- or 4000-level from the following:

  • MATH 2306 - Ordinary Differential Equations
  • MATH 2332 - Probability and Data Analysis

  • MATH 2390 - Introduction to Logic, Set Theory, and Proofs
    or
  • MATH 2345 - Discrete Mathematics

  • MATH 3000 - Software of Mathematics
  • MATH 3204 - Calculus IV
  • MATH 3260 - Linear Algebra I

  • MATH 3261 - Numerical Methods I
    or
  • MATH 2335 - Numerical Methods for Engineers

  • MATH 3272 - Introduction to Linear Programming
  • MATH 3322 - Graph Theory
  • MATH 3324 - Enumerative Combinatorics
  • MATH 3332 - Probability and Inference
  • MATH 3405 - Probabilistic Foundations of Actuarial Science
  • MATH 3496 - Elementary Number Theory
  • MATH 3696 - College Geometry
  • MATH 4260 - Linear Algebra II
  • MATH 4310 - Partial Differential Equations
  • MATH 4345 - Numerical Methods II
  • MATH 4361 - Modern Algebra I
  • MATH 4362 - Modern Algebra II
  • MATH 4381 - Real Analysis I
  • MATH 4382 - Real Analysis II
  • MATH 4391 - Complex Analysis
  • MATH 4400 - Directed Study
  • MATH 4490 - Special Topics in Mathematics
  • MATH 4596 - Topology
  • MATH 4699 - Undergraduate Research

Program Total (15 Credit Hours)

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