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Mathematical Sciences Minors

Minor in Computer Science

The minor in computer science consists of 18 SH of computer science courses with at least 6 SH selected from the upper-level (300 or above) courses. See the list of courses for CS majors for more information.

  • CS 105 Introduction to Computer Science (2)
  • CS 145 Introduction to Programming (2)
  • CS 155 Programming in Python (2)
  • CS 165 Networking in the internet Age (2)
  • CS 175 Architecture and Operating Systems (4)
  • CS 245 Programming in Java (2)
  • CS 255 Intermediate Programming (2)
  • CS 265 Databases and Information Management (2)
  • CS 275 Web Applications (2)

  • CS 330-335 Topics in Computing (2-4)
  • CS 345 Data Structures (2)
  • CS 355 Advanced Data Structures (2)
  • CS 365 System Administration (2)
  • CS 375 Software Engineering (2)
  • CS 445 Analysis of Algorithms (2)
  • CS 455 Programming Languages (2)

Minor in Mathematics

The minor consists of 18 SH of MATH or STAT courses including:

  • MATH 170 Discrete Mathematics (4)
  • MATH 185 Calculus I (4)
  • and 10 SH selected from these remaining mathematics and statistics courses:
    • MATH 195 Calculus II (4)
    • MATH 284 Multivariate Calculus (2)
    • MATH 286 Vector Calculus (2)
    • MATH 310 Differential Equations (3)
    • MATH 330-335 Topics in Mathematics (2)
    • MATH 350 Linear Algebra (3)
    • MATH 364 Geometry (2)
    • MATH 450 Introduction to Analysis (3)
    • MATH 460 Abstract Algebra (3)
    • MATH 470 Probability (3)
    • STAT 220 Interential Statistics (2)
    • STAT 230 Regression and ANOVA (2)

Minor in Physics

The physics minor consists of the following 20-23 SH program:

  • PHYS 252/253 University Physics I and lab (4)
  • PHYS 262/263 University Physics II and lab (4)
  • PHYS 406 Quantum Mechanics (3)
  • and 3 of the following courses:
    • ENGR 270 Engineering Statics (3)
    • ENGR 280 Engineering Dynamics (3)
    • ENGR 165 Analog Circuits (4)
    • ENGR 350 Fluid Mechanics (4)
    • ENGR 370 Strength of Materials (4)
    • PHYS 405 Thermodynamics (3)
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