A minor in mathematics provides strong support for any degree in the physical or biological sciences, in computer science or business administration. Mathematics can support a degree in philosophy, particularly if one's area of study is logic or epistemology. Mathematics can even enhance a fine arts degree in fields such as architecture and design

**Mathematics (M-6910)**

Mathematics 251-252, Calculus I-II, are prerequisites to the mathematics minor which consists of 310 Linear Algebra, 314 Foundations of Mathematics, and nine additional hours of upper-division mathematics.

**Statistics (M-6911)**

Mathematics 210 Elementary Statistics and Probability and Mathematics 251Calculus I are prerequisites to the statistics minor. The minor consists of Statistics 325 Statistical Methods and nine additional hours of upper division statistics courses.

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