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Academics at ESF: Undergraduate Minors
Mathematics Minor

Coordinator: Dr. Gary Scott

The mathematics minor is available to all ESF undergraduates who have an interest in developing greater knowledge in the field of mathematics. To be eligible for this minor, a student must have a cumulative grade point average of 2.700 or better by the end of the sophomore year. Interested students must submit a petition form, with courses listed and plan sheet, to their academic advisor and undergraduate coordinator, with final approval from the Dean of Instruction and Graduate Studies. Sixteen credit hours (5 courses) in mathematics courses are required to complete the minor. Admission to the mathematics minor requires students to have completed Calculus I and Calculus II.

Required Courses: (7 credits)

  • APM 307 Calculus III for Scientists and Engineering (4)
  • Choice of:
    • APM 485 Differential Equations for Engineers and Scientists (3)
    • MAT 331 First Course in Linear Algebra (3)

Elective Courses: (9 credits)

  • ERE 465: Environmental Systems Engineering (3)
  • APM 395 Probability and Statistics for Engineers (3)
  • APM 485 Differential Equations for Engineers and Scientists (3)
  • APM 585 Partial Differential Equations for Engineers and Scientists (3)
  • APM 635 Multivariate Statistical Methods (3)
  • APM 645 Nonparametric Statistics and Categorical Data Analysis (3)
  • MAT 4xx Any MAT course numbered 400 or above (3)